Wedding candles are indispensable for creating a romantic atmosphere in a wedding. Candles and candlesticks are prepared by new people. Three candles, usually white, are also available in a different color. Three candles stood before the couple. The one in the middle is called the "marriage candle" or "one candle". This candle is larger than the two "family candles" nearby. If the candle is brought in at the beginning of the wedding, lay out the candles in the middle, and only bring in the next two family candles.
When you light a candle, you can play a music, or you can play a verse by a choir, or you can sing a poem by a whole congregation.
In the wedding process, the process of lighting wedding candles is divided into two parts. The first part is to light the family candle and the second part is to light the marriage candle in the middle. The second part was lit only after the completion of the oath and the declaration of marriage.
The first part of the candle lighting process can be held at this time, or it can be started earlier. For example, it can be lit before the new couple's mother sits down. If so, the following words need not be spoken.
The first category:
The first part of the candle lighting - the candle represents the life of the bride and groom and the family of both parties. The candle will be lit by the mother, friend or child of both parties (the full name of the man who lit the candle) and the full name of the woman who lit the candle.
Part ii lighting candles - the groom (full name) and the bride (full name) will now light the candle of oneness, representing their life as one from now on.
Or the second part of lighting a candle - at this point, the groom (full name) and the bride (full name) will light the marriage candle from the lighted family candle. To do so is to represent their life as one from now on.
The second category:
The two separate candles, lit by family members, represent the life of the groom (full name) and the bride (full name) before the present moment. Their candlelight represents the faith, wisdom and love they have received from their parents. Before this time, their candles will be lit separately, but after the exchange of vows, the groom (full name) and the bride (full name) will light the candles in the middle together, representing their lives as one from now on.
The bride and groom will now light the one candle in the middle to symbolize the unity of their lives. From now on, they will conceive of each other, and will rejoice together, and will share in adversity. When the middle candle is lit, the next candle is lit, symbolizing that they still need to fully embrace each other's different characteristics in order to achieve the benefits of complementarity.