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When guests first entered, a large floral arrangement of white flowers was surrounded by votive candles of varying heights.
More than a dozen impromptu memorials of red votive candles, flowers and handwritten notes line popular tourist quarter.
Pro Tip: Place votive candles in clear glass containers filled with kosher salt to look like snow.
These tables were topped with votive candles and clear liquor bottles from Lula Distillery filled with sunflowers (a favorite of Warhol's) with tiny colorful LED lights wrapped around the bottles.
The Ninth Hour is a story with the simple grace of a votive candle in a dark church.
The dining room has the white-cloth look of an earlier era when floors were carpeted, the wait staff wore ties and votive candles flickered romantically.
Accessorize your pumpkin with votive candles in varying shapes and sizes.
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Definition of votive candle for English Language Learners
: a small candle that is sometimes used in religious ceremonies
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