Tealight candles are perfect pieces to set the mood. Tealights are quite popular for decoration when used on their own or inside small candle lanterns and terrariums.... read more
The little casing the wax sits in is perfect for placing under a bain-marie for a steady little heat source. Tealight candles are also great for putting under a fondue pot and keeping the cheese warm and runny. In fact, the name “tealight” comes from the fact that these little things were kept under teapots to make sure the tea did not get cold.
Today, tealight candles are used more for their decorative value than any heating necessities. They are great to use as a supplement to floating candles, because the wax is contained. You can complement your tealights with larger votive candles and pillar candles to create an eye-catching candle-lit feature.
You can also place tealight candles inside some of our outdoor candle lanterns to line a garden path so your guests can follow the little light trail to come to your porch.