I've looked and read a few things about interpreting the burning of candles and as far as the flames go, they were nice and strong, not wavering or anything and that was with the slight breeze in the room with the fan. Here's where it was a little odd.
I loaded, oiled, and all around prepared a pink Bride/Groom candle for the things I needed and lit it. First, the Bride burned much faster than the Groom. She made it to her chest before he made it to his shoulders. However, when she made it to her waist, her burning slowed down substantially allowing the Groom to catch up, which he did. They burned in unison to the end until she put herself out. He, on the other hand, continued to burn for exactly 30 minutes. Now, I'm not sure how to read that. Like I said, the flames were very strong and for almost the entire time burned in unison. Another strange thing, was he was the only side that 'cried' or had tears. It was almost right down the middle where the tears began on his side, as though they wouldn't even consider coming from her. But, the honey jar for him has only had a strong flame, never tearing and burning in a smooth, clean way. Nothing is ever left behind on the jar lid, but for some reason the Bride/Groom was a little strange.
So please, if someone knows how to interpret this, let me know. I've never had a candle burn in an almost cut and dry kind of way. I mean, it literally only teared on him not her. And I have no idea why the candle had burned so long in the first place. That was a bit surprising in and of itself.
Thank you again to all of you.