While candle holders are clearly key elements in any candle setting, they tend to be overlooked in some benign way.Sometimes they are used "just because they are there" and sometimes it seems like a rather daunting task to choose the right candle holder.If your question is to decide what to use, then this handy checklist can help streamline the process.While glass and metal candle holders are the most popular, there are a wide range of products to choose from in a variety of materials.When you make a list, you will see that when you make a decision, you will naturally be directed to the right holder and the right candle.If you have patience and skills, it's also a choice to do it yourself --Or just patience!* Do you intend to use the candle holder as an integral part of the activity or do you want the candle to be a secondary attachment?* If it is a seasonal activity, such as Easter or Christmas, one of the many plaster candle holders may be appropriate.Once you 've made the setting of the event clear, you can easily move to the next point to consider, that is...* If this is the statement you want, think boldly, because if you don't, it's likely that you won't be able to achieve the effect you want.But big and bold brings its own problems.Solid color may not work.Think about the vines, Ivy, and espalier multiple candle holders that are especially suitable for large arrangements with many tea lights or small pots.If you take this route, you may justify the wholesale and/or discounted quantity.* If your goal is intimacy then go with a tea light or small jar or container candle holder.* If you want to go to another extreme, then the chandelier can add a very unusual feeling if you have the right place to place the chandelier, which leads...Where are you going to put the candles?* For example, if you want a combination of scented candles and food (you should consider this particular combination carefully), then the holder needs to be put aside enough to be noticed and left unattended in terms of safety.You want to please your guests with a scent instead of overwhelming them or food.* Smaller and better if the settings are more intimate.Don't force your guests to pick up the candles for a conversation.* In some cases you will want to match the color of the room, while in others you will want to compare.* You also don't want to limit yourself to a candle of one color, so you need enough brackets to mix and match.* Please remember boldly --The color holder is more difficult to match the candle color and decoration.Once you have decided on the right color, you will naturally be directed to the right color....Although you have narrowed down the selection, there are still some wonderful decisions to be made.* You can choose between natural products such as wood, bronze, silver, crystal, aluminum, metal candle holders, wrought iron, Pearl candle holders or bamboo and coconut.Glass is obviously very popular.You can choose a fully neutral stand or a color stand that matches the color of the candle.Glass is especially suitable for movable candle holders.* Hurricane candle holders are popular with pillar candles and are ideal for outdoor dining.If you need to move it while it's hot, remember to find one with a handle.Then you have to decide..* There are plenty of animal and character shapes to choose from, although they must be carefully matched with the occasion.Bees, birds and butterflies (especially beautiful when paired with tea light candles) are popular with solid colors and translated colors.* Consider a really large or large Slate column platewick candles;In fact, fans of pillar candles can find a variety of coasters and sideboards, some of which are beautifully decorated.You should have eliminated many possibilities so far;The holders you are still considering will almost choose themselves.* In any case, for example, the pillars tend to be bulky and require a stronger stand than a more refined candle.* If you are going to use votive candles, keep in mind that they have to burn in the holder, since votives are actually container candles without containers.Go directly if possibleAs long as you are satisfied with the rest of the design, double sided containers can be used.The straight edge reduces the wax pool formed when the candle burns, and the closer it is, the longer the candle burns.* Finally, if you have a lazy mood, what about the charming bowl specially designed for floating candles?