Awards nomination for Godmanchester-based firm

PUBLISHED: 08:32 20 September 2017 | UPDATED: 08:32 20 September 2017

Sisters Louise, left, and Laura Cox, creators of Kiss-Air Candles, withTheo Paphitis.

Sisters Louise, left, and Laura Cox, creators of Kiss-Air Candles, withTheo Paphitis.

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Godmanchester based Kiss-Air Candles has been shortlisted in this year’s British Wedding Awards.

The nomination is in the ‘finishing touches’ category, recognising Kiss Air Candles personalised tealight wedding favours.

The tealights are handmade by sisters Louise and Laura Cox using soy wax to create highly fragrant candles that are personalised with each guest’s name and presented in an organza bag to make the perfect finishing touch.

Kiss Air Candles co-creator, Louise Cox said: “We are absolutely thrilled to be shortlisted in the British Wedding Awards. We launched our wedding collection under a year ago and it’s amazing to be receiving praise on a national level for our favour idea.”

The awards were created to champion excellence in all things bridal; from stationery to shoes, dresses to destinations. Voting is now open for Kiss Air Candles at www.thebritishweddingawards.com/vote and the winners will be revealed and trophies presented at an awards ceremony in London early next year.

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