We are thrilled to be included in the Evening Standard Homes and Property best summer home fragrances feature. Love Story, our signature fragrance with it’s romantic summery notes of rose geranium, myrtle and grapefruit has been included in a selection of home fragrances of best candles and diffusers. According to the ES H&P it is ideal for the balmy summer days and longer evenings. You can view the full article here
We are thrilled to work with Redemption to create Namaste Indoors. A unique, fragrant and natural candle that creates a fresh clean fragrance in your home.
On sale now in their Notting Hill and Shoreditch restaurants. Now you can shop fragrance while you eat nutritious and healthy dishes. Go on spoil yourself!
You can find their London restaurants on Chepstow Road in Notting Hill and Old Street in Shoreditch.
Myrtle, or Myrtus Communis, is an evergreen tree that bursts into life with white flowers all across the Mediterranean. Its roots stem back to Ancient Greek mythology where Hippocrates regularly wrote about it. It was considered to be sacred to the Greek gods and especially to Aphrodite, the goddess of love, beauty and pleasure.
In the secret language of flowers, myrtle represents happy love, passion and says ‘be my love’. Imagine receiving myrtle, nestled in a tussie mussie from your loved one back in Victorian days, it must surely have sent many hearts a flutter. Gifting myrtle was virtually laying your heart at your loved one’s feet and hoping she smelled the fragrant bouquet. Indeed brides regularly either wore myrtle in their hair or in their tussie mussie on their wedding day in celebration of their love.
Myrtle is richly aromatic in both the leaf and the flower. When you breathe in it’s fragrance as an essential oil you are instantly transported to woody, magical places where there is the whiff of the ocean in the air through the tress. Its freshness and of course its meaning is why we absolutely had to include it in our signature home fragrance Love Story.
The first burn is the most important. Why? Well a perfect burn the first time should prevent tunneling. Always ensure the melted candle wax reaches the edge of the glass the first time you burn the candle. By keeping your candles away from drafts while they are burning will help to ensure a more even burn.
Have a pair of super sharp scissors on hand to keep the wick trimmed to about 1cm. By removing the excess wick your wax will stay cleaner and keep the integrity of the fragrance. When your candle isn’t in use, replace the silver Tussie Mussie lid to keep out dust and dirt and the wax clean.
We are delighted to be one of the new suppliers at the stunning new bridal Boutique in Fulham, London.
From premium hair and makeup services to luxurious accessories, The Boutique will showcase the finest wedding products designed by independent British suppliers.
While enjoying having a wedding day make over, brides can experience Tussie Mussie candle fragrances in the Boutique including Love Story, Glad Tidings, Wedded Bliss and Keepsake. Using fragrance at your wedding, from a special perfume to burning fragrant candles is a great way to create long lasting romantic memories of your big day.
Along side make up artist Tori Harris, and accessories designer Victoria Millésime, are some amazing suppliers including the wonderfully creative designer Georgie St Clair and the gorgeous and talented The Custom Cake Boutique.
If you are a bride looking for some wonderful inspiration head down to the Boutique which is now open and where soon you can also host a hen party with friends and enjoy some afternoon tea and creative workshops.
We were delighted to be asked to create a bespoke candle for a Cotswold Wedding. We selected oils from the lavender farm that the happy couple visited when they first met and used this to make the candles that were then given to all guests at the wedding. Combined with a special Tussie Mussie poem and lavender ribbon, we were really delighted with the romantic results! We wish the Bride and Groom much happiness for the future.