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Reddit reviews: The best floating candles

We found 5 Reddit comments discussing the best floating candles. We ran sentiment analysis on each of these comments to determine how redditors feel about different products. We found 4 products and ranked them based on the amount of positive reactions they received. Here are the top 20.

Top Reddit comments about Floating Candles:

u/anoliveanarrow · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

I love weddings!

And that's actually not a lie. I've wanted to be a wedding planner since I was in high school. By the time I got married in 2010, I had approximately 300 different themes and color combos to choose from.

But, as a word of advice, make sure you can handle how often the glasses will be clinked together to make you guys kiss. My (ex)husband and I did bells with a quote on them. No matter what we were doing, a bell would be ringing. By the end of the night, I had one of the hotel staff members go around and collect the bells and had the DJ announce that it was time for the bells to be put to bed. I like the idea that /u/sillygirlsarah had. Have them do it once. Then after that, they have to do their best imitation or quote.

So now about that pool. Lol. Personally, I would find some way to wrap tulle or lace around it's edges. If you plan on covering it, great. Use flower petals to decorate the top. Silk ones can be bought in boxes for relatively cheap. eBay and Amazon have them. If you're going to leave it uncovered, go down to any local flower shop and ask if they have any dying flowers they would be willing to sell you petals off of. Fresh petals float, while silk petals will sink to the bottom of the water. Get just enough for a rough, thin layer on top of the water. Then find some floating candles or floating LED lights and place them in the water with the flowers. Now your pool isn't so much in the way, as it creates a peaceful, beautiful hang out spot.

But yeah, I have a ton more ideas so if you want any help, don't hesitate to ask. =]

u/fancytalk · 12 pointsr/weddingplanning

I was going to write a serious response but I can't help it because I too enjoy coming up with impractical wedding themes. Actual response possibly to follow.

  • Orbs. Everything is orb-shaped. The tent is round, and hung with those round paper lanterns. The bride wears a big poufy skirt that is cinched in at the bottom. Centerpieces are fishbowls filled with those wicker ball things. Foods include: grapes, tomatoes and meatballs. Favors: spherical candles and cherry liqueur chocolates.

  • Wedding-themed wedding. Bridal-style gowns MANDATORY for all guests. Ceremony features a unity ceremony which is a craft-making session where we hand-stamp 100 escort cards and hand them out to the guests. Favors are large flower bouquets. Each table is decorated according to different wedding archetypes, e.g. classic hotel wedding with white linens, rubber chicken and drooping floral centerpieces; chic urban wedding with brushed steel cocktail tables, finger foods and fancy drinks; offbeat wedding with a bedsheet as a table cover, guests must bring their own entrees (though pie will be provided).

  • Babies. Very similar to the "Animal Shelter" idea. Babies distributed as favors. Baby food buffet. Unity diaper change.

  • Camping. Guests stand on the bank of our local mill pond while we and our officiant paddle out in canoes for the exchanging of vows. Afterwards we take a first swim together and have a unity pee. Guests will be handed a mason jar and will be invited to scoop out some of the mingled pee/pond water as a favor. Food will be camp chili followed by orange cakes.
u/mrsjksnowwis · 3 pointsr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

You could do super awesome centerpieces where you get a glass bowl and put some black glass beads in the bottom, fill it with water then put purple floating candles in there. Super awesome, and in theme with a halloween/Addams Family wedding. Even if I don't win, I really hope you use this, because it's awesome. Haha.