Candle Trio v1


  • Ages 21 & up
  • Language: English

$47 per person
Event Canceled

Candle/Soap

Join us for our Candle Making Premier at Deep Ellum Distillery! Kick off the weekend early with a night of fun and amazing cocktails. You won't want to miss out on our first candle making event at one of Dallas' hottest spots. Grab your tickets as seats are limited and the necessary precautions are taken. Use promo code DFWSCENTS for $10 off your tickets and come party with us! 

Total Price of this experience includes an Experience Fee.

Your location

A photo of a Yaymaker Venue called Deep Ellum Distillery located in Dallas, TX
Deep Ellum Distillery

A small-batch spirit maker in the heart of Deep Ellum, Texas. Currently paying the bills with vodka while aging an Irish-style whiskey made with unmalted Texas barely. Through brandy-style proofing and continuous filtration, our vodka is world-class, highly decorated with medals, and completely crushes the competition. Come try if for yourself at our tasting room, along with our signature cocktails and rotating vodka infusions, or ask for it at all your favorite watering holes. Currently only sold in Texas. #tastethedeepellumdifference #deepellumvodka #drinkthedeep

Your host

Yaymaker Host Jennifer LeMaster located in Burleson, TX

A passion for Plant Nite, Jennifer took on the industry by storm and loves nothing more than making her guests happy at each event. While aiming for her guests to express their creativity through the art of planting, she expresses herself by creating the perfect event. So come check her out, with her newest endeavor, FLOWER POWER! 

Host Reviews

3.5 out of 5 (3 reviews)
Verified Candle Maker Guest

She was awesome! Funny, knew her stuff!!! Had a great time.

Verified Candle Maker Guest

Very friendly. Makes the crafts fun to do

Verified Candle Maker Guest

Very disappointed, would have been a fun evening if the colors would have been labeled, did have an issue with the wax machine, but no biggie, the colors were a mess and I feel that she knew she had a class, so it should have been corrected prior to the cl

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