Hayride - An Autumn Tradition

October 27, 2017

Bridgewater Hayride Candle

As we’ve said before we LOVE fall. So many wonderful activities happen in the fall time, pumpkin carving, apple picking, Halloween, really we could go on and on. One of the classic fall activities that we have fond memories of is going on hayrides. Family trips to the pumpkin patch would end with bellies full of hot apple cider and being squeezed in with brothers and sisters for a hayride around the farm. Nothing can bring back the surging love of fall like bouncing along as the farmer pointed out the apple orchards while hay managed to get stuck everywhere, even when you brushed yourself off ten times. We wanted to take all these memories and create a fragrance that would bring all those good feelings back, and what better name is there than the simple name Hayride. This fall fragrance staple combines apple, pumpkin, autumn leaves, and cinnamon to bring you back to simpler times when hayrides and apple cider were all that was needed to make life cozy. Snuggle up with a Hayride candle, a warm blanket, and your loved ones and share stories about your favorite fall traditions.

Hayride Jar Candle and Sachet






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