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Floating Candles and Candlelight

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#1 Alisarosenbaum

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    Posted 12 June 2007 - 09:21 AM

    I am having my wedding at the Hilton, and would like to use all candlelight (so no spotlights). I thought about filling the pool with floating candles, but cant seem to find the right candles to make this work. Has anyone else done this?

    #2 MERRYME

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      Posted 12 June 2007 - 09:53 AM

      These are really pretty.
      www.cozyhearthandhome.com/ floatingwaterlilies.htm

      Have you asked the Hilton if this is an option? I know some hotels do not let you float canddles in their pools as the wax can clog their filters.
      Alegria Inn - Todos Santos
      22nd of December 2006

      #3 michelle08

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        Posted 12 June 2007 - 10:16 AM

        What about luminaries around the pool or even tiki torches but some nice ones..not the bamboo ones. I was thinking about these for my centerpieces because I don't want flowers....this is the site. You can even use the round part on top and not the stand to line the pool. Stainless Steel Romantic Oil Candles ... Dazzling Candle Light

        the only thing though is they may be a little heavy to transport and the oil for them I donn't think should be flown out maybe buy at costco there or another store?

        Just an idea...

        #4 deleted

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          Posted 12 June 2007 - 10:28 AM

          I agree luminaries might be better because it gets really windy on the beach so you need something to keep the candles from getting blown out....

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