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Candles for Seasonal Events

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Candles for Seasonal Events

Candles are an integral part of holiday celebrations and festivities, providing a warm glow and providing extra safety in venues with strict flame restrictions.

During active Seasons, players can earn Season Candles through the Season Guide at Home which awards them for completing Daily Quests. Furthermore, special candle bunches will appear regularly in social spaces and first areas within Realms to increase your candle earnings further.

Winter Celebrations

Candles have long been an integral part of winter holiday celebrations, from tree lighting ceremonies to adding ambience in your home. Many religions that observe winter holidays use candles – Christianity, Judaism and Kwanzaa all utilize them.

Winter solstice marks the shortest day and longest night of the year and is celebrated across cultures by lighting candles to brighten homes and give gifts of light as gifts for loved ones. Candles have long been associated with this celebration.

Hanukkah, or the Jewish Festival of Lights, takes place annually during winter and commemorates an incredible miracle that occurred when one day’s worth of oil lasted eight. Additionally, Christmas, which follows Hanukkah closely behind it, includes several candle-related traditions like Christmas trees and carolers.

Players can gain six Spirits for Seasonal Candles through the Constellation Table at Home during each season in exchange for Seasonal Hearts earned through Daily Quests or other special events; Seasonal Hearts can then be exchanged for regular candles when that season has concluded.

Kwanzaa

Kwanzaa is an annual winter holiday celebrating African-American heritage and culture, starting the day after Christmas and ending on New Year’s Day. Established by Maulana Karenga – an American professor and activist – Kwanzaa was established with the purpose of honoring and commemorating all aspects of African-American heritage and culture as well as celebrating African Americans’ contributions to society.

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Kwanzaa is a holiday of family and community celebration, commemorating African peoples and their long journey for freedom. Each candle represents one of seven principles: Unity (umoja), Self-determination (kujichagulia), Collective Work & Responsibility (ujima), Cooperative Economics (ujamaa), Purpose (nia), Creativity (kuumba) and Faith (imani).

Kwanzaa symbols include the decorative straw mat known as a mkeka, cups for every family member to drink from to symbolize sharing, an abundance of fruits or vegetables arranged into bouquets to represent abundance, and giving each child in your household an ear of corn as a memento of Kwanzaa as future of your community. Zawadi gifts given specifically to children serve to reinforce this sentiment while encouraging good habits such as respecting others, positive thinking, expectations, discipline, self-direction and achievement among others.

Holiday Parties

Candles have long been an integral part of winter holidays, serving as symbols for both religious and nonreligious traditions alike. Christians associate candles with the star of Bethlehem at Christmas; Jews light menorahs at Hanukkah; Kwanzaa is sometimes celebrated with candelabra of colored candles adorned with negative ions that purify the air for visitors while creating an intimate ambience.

Tudela notes that when selecting candles, take both their scent and size into account when purchasing. She advises against choosing large candles in small rooms as this could create a fire hazard; she advises using natural waxes such as soy, beeswax or plant-based coconut wax which burn more slowly while emitting less toxins than paraffin-based candles.

Candles make ideal holiday presents, especially when delivered in an attractive gift box. Treat yourself by purchasing winter-scented candles for yourself to use whenever needed to lift your mood or boost energy.

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Weddings

Candles make for a romantic addition to wedding celebrations, adding an intimate glow that engulfs them all in its glow. Candles come in various shapes, sizes and color options to suit any style or theme; you can use them throughout both ceremony and reception events. When shopping for candles for wedding decor purposes it’s important to keep length of burn and the size/shape/function of candleholder in mind as well as whether wax or battery operated candles would work better with your chosen look (traditional or modern).

Candle-lined staircases make a stunning and classy entrance for guests at wedding receptions; we’ve seen this trend quite frequently lately (for instance from Unique Floral Expressions and Kate and Campbell Weddings). Additionally, taper candles in various heights add satisfying depth.

Many couples choose to incorporate the ceremonial unity candles as a special wedding tradition after they exchange vows, lighting one large pillar candle together as a sign that their union has come to be one. These can be beautifully decorated or personalized by engraving initials and dates for added personalized charm.

Brides and grooms alike are increasingly opting for candles made with natural ingredients such as palm or soy for an eco-friendly alternative to paraffin wax candles – not to mention, they often cost less!

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