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Did you already sell the votives? If not, how much do you want for them??
Hi Beth. The votives are still available. I PM'ed you.

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where did you get the votives done?
I made them myself. I bought the votives from Jo-Ann Fabrics and the adhesive vellum and ribbon from AC Moore. I printed the names and table numbers on the vellum, placed it on the votive and then used doublesided tape to attach the ribbon on the top and bottom. Then I put a tealight inside. It took awhile to do since I made about 50 but it was worth it because they looked great on the tables. If you need more detailed help, just let me know.

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they came out great....makes me want to make them! What did you print on them? The guests names?
You should definitely make them! We printed the guests name and the table where they would sit. In our case we used words (i.e. love, faith, kindness, etc) with a quote below it instead of numbers.

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Melissa,

Thank you for the votive candle idea, we got personalized votive holders as favors, but they were too plain, so i bought vellum and ribbon over the weekend and spent two days taping and wrapping, they turned out great. Such an easy project and looks awesome, thank you soooo much.

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You should definitely make them! We printed the guests name and the table where they would sit. In our case we used words (i.e. love, faith, kindness, etc) with a quote below it instead of numbers.
thank you for the idea and info!

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Melissa,
Thank you for the votive candle idea, we got personalized votive holders as favors, but they were too plain, so i bought vellum and ribbon over the weekend and spent two days taping and wrapping, they turned out great. Such an easy project and looks awesome, thank you soooo much.
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thank you for the idea and info!
You are very welcome and I got the idea on here. This forum is fantastic.

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