Candle Pouring (Dallas)

Candle Pouring (Dallas)

Regular price $40.00

About This Experience

You and your friends will choose your favorite vessel and fragrance before being led through each step of the candle pouring process. After pouring, we'll offer you 2O% off all the incredible products in our retail space. Each workshop is about an hour long. Your candles will be ready three hours from your pour time. Customers are welcome to BYOB!!! We can't wait to meet you and your group!

Things To Keep In Mind

Classes start promptly at their scheduled time. Please be sure to arrive about 10 minutes before your class time. In order, to create an amazing experience for all scheduled guests, late attendees may be denied entrance into candle pouring classes. Please call your local store if you are running behind. Candles will be ready for pickup 3 hours after pouring or can be shipped for $8 per candle. If you don't appear for your reservation or cancel within 48 hours of the reservation time your appointment is non-refundable. (Age requirements: Because our candle pourings include handling hot wax and fragrance oils, children must be 10 years and older to participate. Anyone under 18 must have a guardian present to sign their waiver. Additionally, children five and under are not permitted in the space. Safety first!)

How To Get Here

Once in Deep Ellum, find us on Main Street, across from Vidorra, Crossroads, and Taboo Tattoo. We're in the courtyard that has the pink Petal Pushers building on one corner and the half blue Merit Coffee building on the other.


The easiest ways to park in Deep Ellum is street parking (purchasable through the ParkMobile app) and our two closest parking lot are in between Main and Commerce St and on the corner of Main and Good Latimer. These are payable in person at the kiosks and via text to the phone number on the lot signs.

What To Do While You Wait

Our candles take a few hours to cool, so check out some of our amazing neighborhood spots while your candle cools. Food: Easy Slider (on Main St, for slider sandwiches and bomb tater tots) Vidorra (on Main St, for nice Tex Mex, margaritas, and queso that comes in a volcanic rock bowl) Pho Bowl (on Commerce St, for pho, pad thai, fried rice, etc.) Tiki Loco (on Elm St, for vegan tacos and coffee drinks) Serious Pizza (on Elm, for slices or whole pies, super-sized) Bars: The Freeman (on Commerce, for live jazz and blues music and Cajun food too) High & Tight (on Main St, a barbershop during the day and speakeasy at night) Anvil Pub (on Elm St, for a local dive-ish spot with American bar food) Deep Ellum Art Co. (on Commerce St, for cheap drinks, weird art and music, and a great outdoor space) Dots (on Commerce St, for a great outdoor space that can fit all of your friends) To Do: Jade & Clover (on Main St, cute home goods, terrarium, and self-care store) Taboo Tattoo (on Main St, for tattoos and piercings) Club Dada, Three Links, and Trees (all on Elm, all music venues) Kettle Art (on Main St, an art gallery) Crossroads (on Main St, for consignment clothes shopping)