Published at Tuesday, 17 July 2018. Candle Holder. By Vilma Henson.
Holders are complimented by the style of candle. There are holders for tea lights, votives, tapers and pillars. Pillars are the most common for wall candle holders. Wall candle holders can fit in any décor. There are many different designs. A few of the materials used to make wall candle holders are metal, wood, crystal, brass, pewter, and wrought iron. Wrought iron wall candle holders have been the number one choice for as long as candles have been used. They can hold one or more candles and come in an assortment of shapes and sizes.
Another way for personalized candle holders is by etching them or imprinting them with unique messages, sayings or quotes. If you are not the crafty type, you can use the power of words to let your guests know that you appreciate their presence by including witty quotes. For a birthday party, use these candle holders as party favors and include messages such as 'Birthdays are nature's way of telling us to eat more cake'. These kind of quotes will make your guests laugh at not only the humorous approach, but remember you as a fun-loving and cheerful friend.
Candle holders are no longer solely for holding candles They have become great looking, exciting fixtures. Not only do they show off the candle but they compliment the surrounding decor. They can be used as intended or they can be used purely as a decorative piece, even as a centre piece. They come in a whole host of styles, shapes and designs. These days candles have many functions, it only makes sense that the candle holder should be equally functional and exciting.
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