Wednesday, 24 March 2010

The Floating Candles Phenomena

The Floating Candles Phenomena
Preparing for a couple's wedding anniversary with specific instructions to try to give them something different and romantic push me into search the high street for something new and I found it there -

Floating Candles!

Well, after asking a few questions and reading the manual I decided to do a little more research into the new craze of the romantic and elegant world we live in today and my findings left me in awe and prompted me into sharing the phenomenon referred to as floating candles with you.

Floating candles have been defined according to the wiseGeek website as candles which are designed to float in water. They are molded with oversized tops and small bottoms so that they will remain stable as they burn, rather than tipping, listing, or inverting themselves.

There are a lot of different types of floating candles available in the market today and they serve different purposes. Their different uses is actually based on the creative instincts of the users since they are meant to beautify an environment there can be no specified use but dictated by the specific situation of circumstance. They can be used scattered around in a swimming pool with flowers at night creating a romantic scene, a floating candle centerpiece can be used at the dinner table, and some people had also been seen using they in gardens and at wedding parties.

The fact that floating candles have very few risks attached to it has made a favorite of a lot of people (I inclusive). They don't tip over, they burn until they are extinguished by the water (they eventually sink into the water after much of the bulk have burnt, and also been in the water mean that if positioned away from hanging flammable materials could not cause any form of fire incident.

Floating candles are the in thing for a romantic party or just to beautify your home during tea time or dinner or even when watching a film with all light out.

Don't be left out, try some today you would glad you did.

No comments:

Post a Comment