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{Sponsored Post}: Introducing NJ Candle!

Well, hello there! And happy Monday! Today I'm just so excited to introduce you to one our favorite shops + newest sponsors, NJCandle! I don't know about you, but I had the worst time trying to find candles for my wedding! You know, ones that were scentless and just the right color? As I recall, my venue was very specific about what candles I could use, down to even the height! I remember being 'on the hunt' for the perfect candles for months it seemed. Sound familiar?



Well, guess what, friends? I have good news for you! Your search for the perfect shop to find beautiful candles is over!! Yes, I said, 'over!' Go ahead, do the happy dance! Okay, so here's the 411! NJ Candle is a manufacturer and online retailer with over 13 years experience specializing in fragrance-free candles for the wedding and special events industry!



Their hand-poured pillar and votive candles are available in a variety of sizes, shapes and textures. And what's most exciting is that they come in 49 colors that will easily coordinate with any party theme. Click here to see the many colors you can choose from! Candles can be used by themselves in a simple candle-scape design or by grouping several candles together. Or how about incorporating them into a floral arrangement? That's what I did for our wedding! And by using candles, I really cut down on our floral bill!



Another idea is to incorporate candles with other items such as greenery, river rocks, sand or even twigs. They can even be placed on plates, mirrors, in cylinders or even in lanterns. I've always loved the idea of a lantern lined aisle! The possibilities are truly endless and only limited by your imagination!


What are your favorite ideas when it comes to incorporating candlelight into your wedding? I happen to love the idea of lighting a row of candles on a mantle. Or maybe you're going to have an outdoor area where guests can leave the dance floor for some fresh air? Why not set up a few bistro tables and create some mini arrangements incorporating candles for ambiance?


I invite you to just let your imagination run wild, and create the wedding centerpieces of your dreams! What's best is that NJ Candle offers a huge selection at great prices! And because I'm a huge color lover...here I'm showing you some of my favorite candles from their shop paired with some of my palettes. See how easy it is to incorporate their colors into your palette?

Oh, and if you're still on the fence in terms of what colors you're going to use for your wedding day palette, check out this really fun tool here. Just drag and drop your favorite colors into the workspace to try out different color combinations! So tell me, what colors do you love the most? Click here, find your favorite, and then come back and tell me your faves!

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Chrissy Arpie Ott

Chrissy Arpie Ott is the founder of The Perfect Palette. Since its launch in 2008, The Perfect Palette has been the go-to color resource for couples who dream of a unique, creative, and colorful wedding day.

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19 Comments " {Sponsored Post}: Introducing NJ Candle! "

Lottie July 11, 2011

this is all so cool!

Jenna July 11, 2011

thanks for introducing me to this great candle shop. I love all the colors. Great color tool too!

xoxo, Jenna (bookmarking this for sure)

Lissa (The Wedding Bistro at Bellenza) July 11, 2011

Your palettes and NJ's candles are made for each other! And you always present things (even a new sponsor) so creatively. Can see how couples will love them!

Erin*Sparkle&Hay July 11, 2011

i could just LIVE in the peach, green & ivy colors! lovely!

Couture Carrie July 11, 2011

Exquisite post, darling!
Especially loving the last palette!

xoxox,
CC

Alisha J.

I love this palette!! And these candles are AMAZING!! Such a great collection of colors!

xo, Alisha

Jenna Lee July 11, 2011

Holy beautiful! The purple combo and the camel are stunning! I love this blog! So much inspiration! Any ideas on a hunter green navy blue combo?

claire gallam July 11, 2011

I just LOVE your palettes. You are SO talented!

brenna R.

Lovely candle collection - I adore the peach candles. So perfect.

xoxo, Brenna

Jessica Di Giacomo July 11, 2011

Ho thank you to' visit ne in my blog, for me it's the first here but i love si much your blog and this post it's full of passion and inspiration!love the last boari! Thank you to' visit me and to' gite me the possibility to' know you!
Xx
Jessica

Alicia@CharityWedding July 11, 2011

I LOVE all of these palettes! I tried to pick a favorite but I can't.

Dandelion and Grey July 11, 2011

What a fabulous post! I Love the Sky Blue, Camel and Ivory palette and the coinciding candles!

natasha {schue love} July 11, 2011

So fun to see all the amazing colors the candles come in! Awesome!

Nikki July 11, 2011

What a great wedding color coordinated gift idea! My Husband is crazy about candles. He mixes scents and it drives me nuts. He spends way too much time in the candle aisle ;)

Anonymous

Thanks Chrissy...awesome job!

Drew {Coral Cafe} July 12, 2011

Coral, Baby Pink and Plum is my favorite combo!! I do like the first combo you created! Peach, Green and Ivory! So soft and pretty!

Brooke July 12, 2011

The sky blue palette is amazing!!

jacquelinedonelan July 17, 2011

You have amazing taste! So here's a conundrum: I am getting married next may and the bridesmaids are wearing "clover," a light green. I had my paper bouquet made of red, orange and yellow roses, and thought it would be nice to let my girls choose the colors of their bouquets. My ten year old niece wants hers navy and lavender, which I think is awesome and my sister in law is freaking out saying that it will look ridiculous (she hates the idea of different Dolores bouquets!) Help!! What do you think, goddess of color???

jacquelinedonelan July 17, 2011

Different colored* bouquets...damn autocorrect! :)

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