Candles have been used for centuries to bring light into ceremonies, memorials, prayer, and intentions.
Whether you're at the newest venue with your friends, in a church with your friends and family,
or on a romantic elopement with just you and your candles,
there are many ways to incorporate a Unity Ceremony into your wedding.
Mix & Match to include everyone, or keep it simple.
The centerpiece of the Unity Ceremony, this is the candle lit last, between the bride & groom to signify two becoming one.
This candle can be lit every anniversary, as the flame will "tunnel" down the center and make the candle light up and glow through the carvings.
As deeply personal as your own family, a Unity Ceremony can give you the opportunity to highlight those closest to you in the lighting of your candles during your ceremony.
You can make your set as large or small as you'd like, if there's something you don't see, feel free to message us to create a listing for you.
These two candlesticks, held by the bride & groom, are brought together to light their Unity Candle during their ceremony.
Special significance can be given to how these candles are lit, and who lights them, or where the flame comes from to light they center candle.
Think we can't match your theme? Try us. From beachfront lighthouses, Hogwarts Houses, to smart silhouettes, (all legally licensed images), we're happy to make candles as unique as you are.
Include your children in your wedding by adding them to your Unity Ceremony. These candles ("small" in size, the shortest candles we carve) are for children to light to be used in place of, or included with, mother's candles.
Candlesticks also can be used for children in the ceremony, or in place of flowers for the wedding party to carry down the aisle.
Honor a loved one who has passed during the ceremony by lighting a candle for those that can't be there in body, but will be there in spirit. These candles can be made either in a small or medium size to match the Unity Set, or carved in white with dove accents.
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