How should one apologize to a guest who sat on a lit candle on the host's coffee table?

My sister is visiting me for the holidays, and she does all of these girly things such as lighting scented candles. She put one on the coffee table in my living room while we sat on one my couches to read in there, but then the neighbor girl stopped by without an invitation--as usual. She had to sit on the coffee... show more My sister is visiting me for the holidays, and she does all of these girly things such as lighting scented candles. She put one on the coffee table in my living room while we sat on one my couches to read in there, but then the neighbor girl stopped by without an invitation--as usual. She had to sit on the coffee table in front of my sister and me so that she could flirt with me and probably to get a look at what she hopes will be her future sister-in-law (the neighbor girl hopes that, not me...).

She neglected to take note of the candle that was burning on the table beneath her, and she sat right in it. My sister and I apologized profusely and asked if she was okay. She wasn't hurt at all, but my sister and I feel badly about ruining a nice pair of jeans. Is there anything else that we should do for the neighbor girl? I don't want her to think that I'm "leading her on" either. Now that my sister is here, should I have my sister do something for her instead of me?
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