aspen bay candles

aspen bay candles

I was sent some beautiful candles from Aspen Bay Reserve candles in exchange for this review. I’m a candle lover but am fairly particular about my scents. I like more clean, neutral smells opposed to very floral ones. The collection of Aspen Bay candles I received had a mix of scents, so I’m calling out my hits and misses within the bunch.

Among the beautiful collection they sent me, a few stood out. They stood out because I both love the way they look in their packaging (very important to me because whether they are lit or not I want them to work with the look of my home) and the strength of their smell.

Here are my recommendations:

What candles do you guys love? I hope you’ll check these out!

Aspen Bay Candle. I love this pretty etched glass candle and have it in my foyer entryway. The smell is really lovely and a great housewarming gift for someone or a way to make your house smell good with minimal effort! Plus it's just a beautiful candle for your home.

This Aspen Bay Candle is in the Reserve Fire scent. It is such a strong smelling candle! I have very high living room ceilings and the smell fills the entire sun room with a strong but beautiful fragrance. I use this candle on the weekends to make my home smell fresh and feel welcoming. How to decorate a tray in a living room. I use our gold metallic round tray to display flowers and leave a candle to warm up a living room. Just these two easy tricks make a room feel comfortable. The Tuscan Urn is filled with hydrangeas and looks beautiful on the velvet ottoman and tray even without the flowers!aspen bay reserve candles White hydrangeas in white urn set the stage for a welcoming and soothing living room. A beautiful candle from Aspen Bay Candles is so lovely in white with an etched silver top that it looks just as pretty closed as it does lit and it's a very strong smelling candle! Gold crushed velvet bottom in neutral decor living room.

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