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Colonial Candle was featured in the Winter 2013 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.

February 13, 2013

Colonial Candle was featured in the Winter 2013 issue of Martha Stewart Weddings.

“We’re honored and excited to have Colonial Candle featured in Martha Stewart Weddings,” said Beth Sturm, director of brand development, Colonial Candle. “The photos are absolutely gorgeous, and not only generously invite readers to share in the celebrity couple’s big day but will also surely inspire other couples across the country to create their own romantic settings with candles.”

In addition to more than 100 fragrance options, Colonial Candle offers unscented candles in more than 30 colors, which are available in tapers, pillars, votives and tealights. All are crafted from premium wax and have all-cotton wicks.

More info: www.colonialcandle.com
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