Create YOUR OWN Spring Fragrance

As we transition fully into spring, what scents bring life to you this season? I always think of sweet lilac blooms, green tea, rain, and the earthy smell of, well, the earth!  You can bring these scents into your home without the mess of actual rain and dirt—unless, like me, you have kids who bring it with them regardless of how much you try (wink). Just grab a candle from our signature collection and experience our new elevated candles in a reusable cocktail glass!

You can also make your own custom spring scent in our boutiques, or online right here on the website!  If you like light, fresh scents, try combining cucumber, green tea, and linen.  Or if you prefer floral, you could try orange blossom, lilac, or honeysuckle, and blend with notes of lemongrass or teakwood or white tea.  For something that brings your garden inside, you could combine lavender, English garden, and earth.  Or go completely outside the box and try something like champagne, grapefruit, and saltwater!  Below are some of the scents we offer for you to try that celebrate spring:

  • agave
  • bamboo
  • bergamot
  • chamomile
  • champagne
  • cherry blossom
  • coconut
  • cucumber
  • earth
  • English garden
  • eucalyptus
  • garden mint
  • gardenia
  • grapefruit
  • grass
  • green tea
  • honeysuckle
  • hydrangea
  • jade
  • lavender
  • lemon verbena
  • lemongrass
  • lilac
  • linen
  • lotus blossom
  • magnolia
  • orange blossom
  • oud
  • patchouli
  • pear
  • rain
  • rose petal
  • salt water
  • spa day
  • teakwood
  • white tea

Which scents would you combine to make your perfect spring candle?  If you want to learn more about how to blend scents, check out our monthly workshop at the Biddeford mills boutique for an in-depth experience!  Bring a friend and a drink, we can't wait to sea you there!

Written By: Kristi Clark, Sea Love Scent Stylist and Author of Pine & Tide ( Instagram @pine_and_tide

Photo Credit: Marissa Elise Photography Website and Instagram @marissaelisephotography  

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