Wynnie Tam Tam is a luxury candle brand started by Wynne – a real bride who was experiencing the stress and fears of the unknown when it came to postponing her wedding during the pandemic of 2020. To try to calm her mind she found herself reaching for candles, but no matter how hard she tried, the perfect candle that would melt away the stress just didn’t seem to exist, so she created her own.
After spending years in the luxury hotel and international travel industry making her way across the UK, Middle East, and Asia – and working for multi-million pound brands such as Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts and Harrods, the one thing that stood out to her at every place she travelled to was the way she felt connected to each location by its unique scent.
With the dream of allowing people to relax and connect their own important life moments to fragrance, the fire under Wynnie Tam Tam had been lit.
Bride Calm — the first candle in the launch of the collection — is the candle for the bride looking to find calm in the midst of wedding planning stress with notes of floral Ylang Ylang, the uplifting Geranium to relieve tension, and lavender to calm the body and mind.
Wynnie Tam Tam was started with the mission to be real, personal, and connect with people from the heart through the power of fragrance. Wynne promises that mission to be poured into every candle that will allow anyone who indulges to connect to that moment, and create a newfound memory that will leave a lasting impression for life.
100% natural and paraffin free
Hand poured in the UK
Vegan & cruelty free
Hand poured in the UK
When you first light your candle, always let it burn until the top surface layer become completely melted. This will be approximately 3-4 hours and will help the wax to burn evenly and prevents tunnelling.
Trimming your wick is crucial in candle etiquette. Don’t leave the wick too long as it will become hot and dangerous. Always trim your candle wick regularly, to approximately 6mm long, to prevent black soot and smoky flames.
To protect your candle vessel, always keep an eye on the last burning candle, approximately 10mm of wax, at the bottom. If it becomes too hot, use a candle snuffer to extinguish the candle and ensure the candle vessel does not overburn.
Never leave the candle unattended. Always keep away from children, pets and flammable materials.