Beeswax Votive Candles - Things to Know

Beeswax Votive Candles - Things to Know

beeswax votive candlesWe have been publishing blogs on the Honey Candles website for over four years now and we have accumulated a great deal of material about our beeswax candles. There are a few articles about burning beeswax votives.  We want to make your search for beeswax candle information easier. Rather than you searching through our entire index looking for that information I have compiled a comprehensive list of articles and their general topics regarding votives.

An important reminder that beeswax Honey Candles® Votives are made of 100% pure beeswax and they are made in Canada. Here’s where you will find things to know about our beeswax votives.

Information on best practices of burning beeswax votives see:

Enjoy Burning Pure Beeswax Votives

Did you know that beeswax votives are the most cost effective beeswax candle to burn? Read more:

What is the Most Common Misconception about Beeswax Candles?

Does Honey Candles make pure beeswax Votive candles in colors? Yes! Come see them! How do we make these beautiful colors? With enviro-dyes! What are enviro-dyes?

We Use Enviro-dyes in our Colored Beeswax Candles.

Does Honey Candles make pure beeswax Votives scented with pure essential oils? Yes we do, find them here. Need to know more – then you might like this article.

Honey Candles Beeswax Candles Gently Infused with Pure Essential Oils

Are beeswax votives a good choice of candle to have at my wedding? Yes and there are two reasons why. They are great candles to place on the tables at the reception and they also make great wedding favors. Find out more – (be sure to watch the video):

Beeswax Candles at Your Wedding

Do you follow Pinterest? We have a board dedicated to beeswax votives.

Let me know if this compilation of information about beeswax votives has been helpful.  Did it save you time?

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Photos by Marlie Marchewka.

Published By Pat Cattermole

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