Custom made and bespoke candles

From wedding favours to special occasion candles, wax melts and diffusers

Because I make all my products, and do all my packaging and design myself, I can make container candles, diffusers or wax melts to order, in small and large quantities. I’ve been asked to make candles and melts for wedding favours, candles and diffusers in specific scents and designs for shops, and customised candles with specific messages for birthdays, housewarming, Valentine’s day and Mother’s day (to name a few).


Some examples of what I’ve made

Bride gifts

I was asked to make candles for the bride to give to her mum and bridesmaids. I used the wedding invitation for the inspiration for the box, and each candle was printed with a personal message from the bride. Each candle had a scent chosen specifically for the recipient by the bride. Such a lovely gift, and each done personally.

Wedding Candles & fragrance

I made these for a wedding, where the bride wanted a distinct fragrance to permeate the venue. They mimic the wedding invitation exactly, down to the small rhinestones. Made in a black matte glass, with gilt-silver text and image, the fragrance was Fairy Dust, which went with the overall theme of Happy Ever After.

Promotional Candles

I was approached by a PR agency to make candles for a well-known chocolate company to celebrate the launch of their new range of flavours. The candles needed to be square, and each one branded, in 4 fragrances, and 30 of each fragrance.
In my design, I used gold-edged boxes, and mouth-watering images to match the fragrances. The promotion went really well, and the feedback was ‘people loved the candles.’

A Canadian PR company asked me to make 4 candles, with fragrances that bring to mind the natural beauty of Canada; forests, mountains and rivers. 
Each candle had a wooden lid, and was 300g of fragrance and wax.

And more….

I also refill candle glasses. If you visit me at market, or live in the Hawkhurst area, bring your old candle glasses, and I can take them away and refill them in the fragrance of your choice. It’s a bit cheaper than buying a candle, but more importantly, it saves on resources.

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