Tomorrow is Thanksgiving, and we couldn’t be more excited! Thanksgiving is a time to be surrounded by your loved ones, enjoy a delicious feast, and reflect on your blessings throughout the year.
This year, we at Antique Candle Works have so much to be thankful for! We’ve grown as a team, as a business, and have made so many friends along the way!
In the spirit of giving thanks, we’ve teamed up with our good friend Jen from Linen and Basil to share one of the things we are so thankful to be able to give to you: candles. Without great friends and candles, we wouldn’t be where we are today!
Jen is a lover of Jesus and interior design from Atlanta. She has a gorgeous home where she takes beautiful photos of her modern farmhouse décor, and our candles!
Jen also shares something else we are very thankful for this holiday. Antique Candle Works is a Christian-based small business, and we are open about who we are as followers of Christ. Like us, Jen’s faith is very important to her. She couldn’t have put it better, “I think we often take for granted that we live in a country where we are free to worship whoever we choose. For me, Christianity is a part of who I am, and I am thankful to be able to say that.”
The holiday season often brings to light what is truly important in life. Through our candles, we want to remind people of what that is. It may be Momma’s Kitchen that reminds you of the love of family, or Vanilla that reminds you of the sweetness of friends. Or perhaps it’s Good Tidings, a reminder of the good news of the true meaning of Christmas.
We are so thankful for faith, family, friends (like Jen!), and the opportunity to share those happy thoughts with you through the simplest of gifts: a soy candle.
What are you thankful for this Thanksgiving? We’d love to hear how you spend the holiday, and which candle most reminds you of the important things in life.
Photography by Jen from Linen and Basil