Beeswax Candle Gift Ideas

Posted on: 25 July 2022

If you're looking for a thoughtful and unique present for any person on your gift-giving list, consider treating them to a beeswax candle. Not only are they long-lasting and clean-burning, but they'll also look decorative when displayed in the home as well. 

Beeswax candles are naturally honey scented, so they're perfect for someone with allergies or sensitivities to artificial fragrances. They are non-toxic and are ideal for households with children and pets, especially ones that have especially sensitive respiratory systems, such as birds. 

These attractive-looking and sweetly scented candles make ideal gifts for almost any type of special event or occasion, including birthdays, holidays such as Christmas and Valentine's Day, anniversaries, graduations, teacher appreciation, job promotions, bridal showers, and weddings. Beeswax candles are also appropriate gifts to give when you attend housewarming parties. 

No matter what your gift-giving budget is, you'll be able to treat a loved one or friend to a beeswax candle, or an assortment of complementary items. The all-natural candles come in a wide variety of sizes and are sometimes complete with a decorative holder, so you'll find one to fit your specific needs. 

Here are some additional beeswax candle ideas to consider:

1. Pillar Candles 

Pillar candles are typically bigger than other types, and will look impressive when displayed on a dinner table. The recipient can also a beeswax pillar candle as the centerpiece for a special occasion, such as a Mother's Day brunch or another type of holiday. 

Beeswax taper candles come in a wide variety of sizes, generally ranging from 2-by-3 inches to 4-by-8 inches. You can also buy a few different sizes so that the gift recipient can make an impressive display in her home.

2. Tea Light and Votive Candles 

Although tea light candles are smaller than other types, they can still give off a light honey fragrance. Tea lights typically come in a box or four or more and will fit in smaller spaces, such as on a work desk.

Create a well-rounded gift with a decorative tea light holder as well. As one idea, choose a glass holder in a shape  that reflects the recipient's passions or hobbies, such as a flower or a bird. 

Slightly larger in size, votive candles will also fit in more confined spaces and will accommodate a smaller gift-giving budget. Again, present the candle with a thoughtful glass holder, such as one that is painted or etched with a meaningful design.  

For more information, contact a local company that sells beeswax candles


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