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  • n. Plural form of candelabra.


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  • It was always a glittering black-tie affair with fine silver candelabras and McLean presiding with the forty-five-and-a-half-carat Hope Diamond dangling from her neck.

    Wild Bill Donovan

  • It's called Bacaro, and the cellar space reminds us of the tiny, winding streets of Venice complete with dripping candelabras and fresh pastas.

    Jeralyn Gerba: How to Have a Romantic Weekend in NYC

  • The lighting dimmed, replaced by electric candelabras that made my dress glitter in the soft light.

    My Fair Succubi

  • The towering rose arches and the two harpists in my ceremony room . . . the large golden candelabras, rose centerpieces, and the piano player in the dining room . . . they were just the beginning of my wonderful gold extravaganza.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Or hang impressive chandeliers, candelabras, or floral designs from the ceiling throughout a space or in key areas, such as over the dance floor.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Her reception would look like an enchanted garden, complete with floral topiaries, butterfly accents, decorative grasses and moss, chiffon and sheer fabrics, wrought-iron candelabras, and rustic urns.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Another table design consisted of two-tiered crystal candelabras overflowing with white trumpet calla lilies and crystal embellishments.

    My Fair Wedding

  • Décor that suggests grand opulence would suit your wedding scheme—candelabras with tall taper candles and overflowing with white roses; gold or silver-and-crystal accents; sparkling chandeliers; luxurious linens; and tables topped with candles of all sizes and traditional wedding flowers roses, peonies, lilies, and hydrangeas.

    My Fair Wedding

  • I also had more than 20,000 red roses brought in from Colombia, many of which I had arranged on the tables in double-tiered crystal candelabras with white taper candles, creating spectacular centerpieces.

    My Fair Wedding

  • I also wanted to incorporate as much Mexican flavor as possible, so I brought in rustic wooden dining tables, covered them with a terra-cotta-colored runner with a foliage design that matched the chair backs, and placed pillar candle stands and wrought iron candelabras overflowing with ferns and sunset-colored flowers on the tables.

    My Fair Wedding


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