Hi! My name is Livy and I like to bake, dance, and have a good time no matter what I'm doing. I'm also obsessed with the movie Halloweentown and basically anything Halloween related. Yup...that's about it. So please follow me if you like what I post!...

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***this would be outside (maybe on the deck or near a tree). A bucket of water with floating votives.*** Like the idea of guests lighting a floating candle and making a wish for the bride and groom. Placing it in a small pond or boat filled with water....

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DIY: Hanging jar lanterns. The page gives you a link for the chained lid hangers pre made. I say use an awl and put your own holes in the lids then run chain or whatever works through the holes. This page has several mason jar crafts. Brilliant really.

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***this would be outside (maybe on the deck or near a tree). A bucket of water with floating votives.*** Like the idea of guests lighting a floating candle and making a wish for the bride and groom. Placing it in a small pond or boat filled with water....

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I like the idea of a few mason jars with candles being used at the event. Maybe a few behind the head table hanging from the arch and as part of the cupcake display. I'd also love to see a few of these tucked into the Rose Garden. Little touches of magic.

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I like this quote too: I want to walk as a child of light, I want to follow Jesus... In Him there is no darkness at all, the night and the day are both alike, the Lamb is the light of the city of God, shine in my heart, Lord Jesus...

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Cut the bottoms off bottles to use for candle covers, keeps the wind from blowing them out when outside

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Floating candles can provide the element of style, elegance and romance when they're used for a casual party, formal party, wedding reception or even during a simple date.

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