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Memorial Keepsakes

Memory Personalized Dancing Wick LED Memorial Candle

Memory Personalized Dancing Wick LED Memorial Candle

Our amazing 3" diameter x 8" high dancing wick cylinder LED candle stands tall and is a one-of-a-kind memorial keepsake with the perfect encouragement verse written in a full wrap style. This candle provides a soft glow to the display for a realistic effect. The top curves around the perimeter of the candle with a higher back to highlight moving wick front the front. The candle is lit by a bright LED light, made of real vanilla scented wax, and the flame actually flickers!  

We are proud to have developed a special technique and use special ink to print directly onto the wax candle for long lasting durability and professional result. Unlike others, our artwork is not a sticker or decal. The background is a soft watercolor array of topical hibiscus flowers and leaves adorned with a colorful parrot. The quote reads: "A Memory is a way to hold on to the things you love, the things you are, and the things you never want to lose."

  • Dancing Moving Wick LED Wax Exterior Candle Adds Realism; Personalize 2 Lines; 3 AAA Batteries (Not Included)
  • Ivory, Lightly Vanilla Scented Wax Candle Measures 6"H x 3" Diameter; Gift Boxed
  • Ships Within 1-2 Business Days After Order Is Placed
Regular price $69.95 USD
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How To Wear A Memorial Button

Wearing a memorial button is a deeply personal and meaningful gesture, and there are no strict rules on how to wear it. However, many choose to affix the button to their clothing, typically on a lapel or collar, where it is easily visible. Some may opt to pin it to a purse, bag, or even a hat, depending on personal preference. The important thing is to wear the button in a way that feels comfortable and allows for easy visibility, ensuring that the memory of the departed is honored and remembered wherever one goes. Consider the different options for attaching the button to clothing, such as using a pin or clip, in order to find the most comfortable and visible placement.