"Candlelight Wedding" is a novel by the famous Ukrainian writer Ivan Kocherga, published in 1966. The book tells the story of an ordinary village girl, Oksana, who is going through her first wedding and getting married to the groom Yaroslav. The plot of the book takes place in pre-war Ukraine and raises questions about love, family values and the difficulty of adapting to a new life. Oksana, who belongs to a simple peasant family, is forced to decide her fate and face the unknown world of marriage, where she faces various problems, conflicts and disappointments. "Candlelight Wedding" reveals the complexity of village life and the impact of social, economic and political factors on people's everyday lives. It is also a story about the heroine's struggle for happiness, freedom and self-determination. The book shows the subtle psychological insight of the writer, his ability to depict the inner world of the heroine and her gradual growth in the process of life trials. "Candle Wedding" is an insightful novel that provokes reflection on family values, social changes and finding one's own place in society. This is a work that captivates the reader with its lively language, realistic images and the deep inner world of the main character.