Make this Valentines Day special and surprise your loved one!
Place a diamond ring, cuff-links or another precious gift inside the candle and then write your message on the side wall with the enclosed piece of chalk:
- “marry me”
- “I love you”
- “you are my one & only”
- “thank you for our live together”
What will you write today ? There is plenty of room for your creativity.
We care about the people you give this candle to and they will know you love them too:
- 100 % soy wax (not blended with paraffin ! )
- deeply fragranced with couture perfume (top to bottom)
- burntime: ~ 23 hours
- beautifully clean clean burn – non toxic – non carcinogenic
- pure soya wax: biodegradable & natural wax (CO2 neutral)
- natural cotton wick
- handmade & wrapped by artisans in the UK for Valentines Day
- fill: 90 g / 3.2 ounce
- highly scented with natural / organic essential oils
Why not make it a luxury scented candle this year?
After all, a fragrance candle is the ‘new wine’ as an alternative gift when going to a party.
Why perfume on Valentine’s Day?
The first valentine written is traditionally credited to Charles, Duke of Orleans, while imprisoned in 1415 in the Tower of London after the Battle of Agincourt. The young Duke reportedly whiled away the hours by writing romantic poems for his wife in France.
The Victorians began the tradition of floriography, or the language of flowers, as a way to communicate feelings that could not be spoken in words. In this context, ‘red roses’ signify romantic love and passion, while yellow roses communicate devotion and friendship.
Over time, we have come to associate the luxurious fragrance of roses with special celebrations such as Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day. Our senses have become emotionally tuned into perceiving roses as the most romantic perfume, whether this is in sensual essential oils, perfume sprays or scented candles.
Valentines Cards are bought for secret sweethearts, spouses, children, parents, teachers and even pets. In terms of the popularity of greetings card posted on an annual basis, Valentines Day Cards come second only to Christmas Cards. Today, a Valentines Card usually goes hand-in-hand with another gift such as chocolates, a bunch of roses or a perfume.