Making unity candles

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Making unity candles stand out in during a ceremony is to give it height and depth that all your guests can see.  At this point, I'm going to add in another green called boxwood, which is available year round in both solid green and variegated.

I love both the look and clean scent of boxwood and it can be used in all flower designs, including bouquets, corsages, boutonnieres, centerpieces . . . and, of course - church florals!

Strip the bottom leaves off a lateral so you have a stem to insert into the foam.

You can see the greenery along is creating a unique and diversified look.

I have some tall glitter stick to accent the back of the wedding wreath.  You may substitute lily grass for a similar look.  Thus I also inserted some taller laterals of the myrtle to give some added height to the wreath design.

For added interest, try folding over the glitter or grasses to form some loops in your wreath.

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