Sweet 16 Candle Ceremony?

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The Sweet 16 candle ceremony is also called the candle-lighting ceremony. It is where each of the 16 lighted candles holds a special meaning to the birthday girl or boy. The meanings are each are specific. For example, candle one is for the parents, candle two is for the god parents, candle three is for siblings, candles four through seven are for rest of the family, candles eight through 14 are for friends, candle 15 is for the best friend, and candle 16 is for the boyfriend or girlfriend. If a 17th candle is added, it would represent good luck.
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