Will exchange wedding vows in June (friend
is another addition to the June brides out there). Mich
This picture was sent to me by my gorgeous boss to serve as my guide in doing my assignment
(L-R) match, offertory candle, lighting taper, sponsor candle, unity candle, sponsor candle, lighting taper, offertory candle and match
I have to prepare the similar set of candles above. The big one at the center is the Unity Candle, the one that will be lightened by the bride and groom. For lightening up the unity candle they will use the tapers, the two thinnest candles, candle sponsors will lighten the two thick candles next to the unity candle using the prepared matches and the two candles in small bottles are the offertory candles.
These past few days I’ve been searching for designs on the net. I like the ones I found on https://perfectdetails.com/
chose gold and purple motif (hmm… very nice). According to Res the soon-to-be bride and groom wanted their candles to look beautiful when arranged in the church but should also match their simple taste. Mich
I think I have ample time to prepare. ‘Have to check out my beads collection, look for all of the purple and gold colored stuff in there. I have to make trips to bead shops (got most of mine from Divisoria near Tutuban Mall, some from Farmers Cubao) I have to try the one they say in Quiapo near the Church. There’s a store in Marikina Market named Snow White that sells tools, ribbons and laces. Aww, I have a lot to check out!