Are you looking for brass candlesticks to tie in to that beloved farmhouse style? If you want to deck out your wedding reception tables, head table, or even your own dining table (raises hand) then you’ll love our round-up of brass candlesticks. As a huge fan of pretty much anything Joanna Gaines attaches her name to (and Chip, obvs), I think she would certainly adore these brass candle holders we’ve found for you today. I hope you’ll like them as much as we do.
You have to admit, from her recipe book to the upcoming book on pre-order right now, Jojo kicks some serious farmhouse you-know-what. And she always seems to add a cozy element while defining a space so beautifully… right down to the very last piece of shiplap. ;)
Whether you’re planning a barn wedding or a rustic chic indoor reception, the use of brass candle holders like these will add a farmhouse element and bring in romantic flickering light. I like two different looks: a mix and match variety of brass candlesticks in varied heights for dimension, as well as a single duo of candle holders set at the sweetheart table. It’s really up to you. And furthermore, brass candlesticks are fantastic home pieces for after your wedding, so consider it a great investment for future dinner parties to come!
To really make brass candle holders pop, don’t worry about choosing the same height when displayed as a group. Brass candlesticks look best with varying heights to add dimension to your table space. In today’s post, we’ll show you seven brass candlesticks for your farmhouse inspired wedding. In addition, we’ll tell you where to find the best taper candles — affordably and in bulk — shipped right to your front doorstep. Enjoy!
Before we get started, one thing to note when buying candle holders for ANY occasion (but especially weddings) is to buy the proper candles to go inside. It may be tempting to buy whatever candle is cheapest, but for these brass candlestick holders you’ll want to buy a long-burning, drip-less, smokeless design. These taper candles are available in bulk and offer all three benefits listed above; in addition, they’re available in many colors (although I think classic white or ivory paired with brass candlesticks is the best combination).
On to the candle holders!
1. Brass candlesticks in 6 sizes, $13+
2. Custom brass candlesticks, $14+
3. Shiny gold candlestick holders, $49.99 for set of 3
This set is great for decorating your reception tables, as you get a set of three in small, medium, and large. I love the shiny look of these, too. By Wekee.
4. Vintage pair of brass candlesticks, $42
If you want a true vintage look, these candlesticks are a perfect fit. By HabitationBoheme.
5. Candlesticks with a rounded top, set of two
6. Vintage brass candlesticks, set of 20, $275
Get an entire set of vintage brass candlesticks for under $300 and use them throughout your entire wedding reception. By HabitationBoheme.
7. Taper candle holders
These brass candlesticks can be used with taper candles or flowers, as shown. I like this alternative, too! By David Tutera for Darice.
And, since I spotted these and couldn’t resist sharing, check out these olive branch candle holders. I am certain JoJo would also think these were pretty rad. By Twig and Elm.
What do you think of these brass candlesticks? What do you like best? Are you using candlesticks on reception tables or even your own mantle? Tell us in the comment box below!
P.S. Counting down the days to her new book release on Nov. 5th!