acorn cap floating beeswax candles

Etsy is a treasure-trove of wonderful goodies, I can’t tell you how much I love it.  I spotted these tiny floating candles, made from beeswax filled acorn caps, and just thought they would be beautiful for an autumn wedding.

In bowls of water, perhaps like below with addition of colourful autumn leaves, they would look simply stunning on your reception tables.  What a genius idea they are – what do you think?  They’d go really well with this idea for place cards made from oak leaves.

floating acorn candles autumn wedding ideas

They are available from Etsy seller Green Baboon Designs.


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Amy Jane S on 5. December, 2011

This blog is a blessing. You do not know how happy I am to see these candles. I’m planning an Autumn wedding.I’ve finally found my ideal centrepieces. Thank you 🙂

CharlieB on 5. December, 2011

Hi Amy Jane, thank you for your lovely comment I’m so pleased this post has inspired you 🙂 Keep looking out for other autumn wedding ideas as I love to share seasonal inspiration. Best wishes for your wedding planning xXx

Zenifer Dsouza on 15. December, 2011

Wow! the small candle are so lovely.
Going to try this out.
Thanks for sharing.
Keep sharing more and more.

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Jay Archer on 29. January, 2012

OMG! Love these xx

ana rosa on 19. April, 2012

muchas veces las cosas pequeñitas nos aportan grandes ideas.En una pequeña bellota cuanta luz podemos transmitir.

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