They're so pretty! And three hours is still a good burning time for a small candle like that, isn't it?
Five hours for a banquet? That seems looonggg....three hours would be long. Wedding receptions aren't even 5 hours....Congrats on your floaters and fun! See you tonight!
They look nice, even if they don't burn long enough for her purposes. Three hours does seem like a long burn time for floating candles, doesn't it? Is she going to find any floaters that burn that long? (I guess I've never given any thought to how long a floating candle burns...the things you pros have to figure out that would never occur to the rest of us...)
I agree. Five hours is too long. I would think they would just have to remain lit through the dinner hour.......Jerri
Yours are very pretty ... 3's enough for me, too.Happy St. Patrick's Day ~Have a lovely weekend.TTFN ~ Hugs, Marydon
Pretty little things floating on the water. Why not just add some more during the event as the others fade out? Too much? Oh well, I hope that you enjoy them.
They sure do look pretty...I never times my candles...smile...Your blog header had special meaning for me today I will email you...Blessings, Jill
Five hours is a long time for a small candle to burn.
Wow! I love those! 3 hours seems good to me!
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