DIY Monday’s ~ Romantic Lace Candle Votives!

Looking for something that can add a bit of elegance to a casual beach wedding or a whimsical vintage spin to a garden wedding?  These candle votives by spirello have a rustic/vintage feel that would be perfect for any table setting!  How romantical!  Ok, so I totally made up that word – but don’t you love it!  You’re gonna love these candle holders too!  Not only are they gorgeous but they are super simple to make!

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Romantic Lace Candle Votives in 5 Simple Steps:

  1. Blow up a latex balloon (the balloon will determine the size and shape of the candleholder)
  2. Soak a lace/crochet doily in wallpaper glue.
  3. Shape the soaked doily around the bottom of a balloon (may need to overlap two or three depending on the size of the balloon)
  4. Hang the balloon until the doily is completely dry.
  5. Insert a small candle light and you’re done.

I love how the candle light shines through the dainty perfect lace shapes! Romantic lighting like this is going to be a must at my wedding!

We hope you enjoyed this DIY! Let us know what you think we love to hear your thoughts! 🙂

Happy M O N D A Y everyone!
xo! Kelli
Best Day Ever
Hawaii’s Premiere Wedding Planner

One thought on “DIY Monday’s ~ Romantic Lace Candle Votives!

  1. These are so beautiful and I have ordered some crochet doilies to make one myself! In the meantime though, did you find the balloon stuck to the wallpaper glue at all?

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