Next time you see a lonely teacup and saucer who has been lost from its set, you might be able to use it in many ways, for your wedding, and in your home.
Unfortunately, this particular teacup candle was sold by an Etsy seller who is no longer in business. But you could easily make your own version, and wouldn't they make a perfect wedding favor? You can put them on the table, at each place setting, and it'll add to the decor too. And they can also serve as your place cards--just tie the place card name to the handle, and voila, tea for two becomes a three-in-one idea. I recommend soy wax which is a renewable resource, as well as that traditional paraffin wax is a petroleum byproduct...the cups are reused from long-forgotten china sets, and can be washed out and reused as guess what? Teacups.
The idea for candles came from Martha Stewart (for me anyway)... After the candles are finished, you can wash them out and use them for pretty storage containers, for jewelry and other little items...here's an image from Martha Stewart I found...but the storage idea I got from my grandmother who did this herself...This is one way you can create "happy little places" in your home, such as a dresser drawer--think of how happy you'd be each time you open the drawer and you had pretty teacups smiling up at you.
Another wedding favor/decor idea is to use teacups as mini-planters like this African Violet (?) from Teleflora...There are many ways to re-purpose items form your wedding into you newlywed life, you just have to think beyond the wedding day.