Tapers. An elegant dinner for two, anyone? We have all seen them. We all know what they look like. When someone says candles we usually think of tapers. It is actually a natural thought pattern.
The Definition of Taper:
Tapers are made by one of the oldest methods for producing these light sources that there is. Dipping. You continually dip and dry these types of candles until you have the desired look you've been aiming for.
Usually dipped in pairs they are slender and tapered hence their name. We get these results by dipping a long piece of wick into a large container full of wax. Over and over again. A dipping and drying cycle until each candle is our desired finished thickness.
The uses for this type are: Special occasions, birthday parties, storm outages, dinner parties, relaxing evenings of unwinding and generally wherever you desire them.
Hard micro crystalline is used in creating taper candles as it adds strength to the body of these light sources. This slows the burn time as well.
On your big day. You have set every idea you have envisioned into motion. Your dress, rings, cakes, guests, grooms attire, wedding party .. Don't forget your candlelite plans.
Have your best rehearsal and incorporate those amazing light sources as you go. Who will light them? You have to know. And when will they be lit? Will the church let you have candles? What kind? Tapers perhaps?
Plan, plan, plan and then plan some more. Making sure you have every item down and all your lists in order will help your day run smoothly.
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