LOVE ♥

We’ve dedicated the Love candle to my Mom, a strong and beautiful woman who lost her battle with cancer.

In honor of her, 10% of the proceeds from each sale of this candle will be donated to cancer research at the American Cancer Society as they strive to save lives every day and work to create a world free from the pain and suffering from cancer.

Our Story

Mae Nicole Candle is a luxury small candle brand founded in 2019, by Shawntel Carter in Charlotte, NC, with the heart from Minnesota. We are committed to reliving your favorite memories and creating a relaxing environment with our toxin-free coconut wax candles. We love our work and are so passionate about making you feel on top of the world with the best handmade candles. Your satisfaction is our utmost priority every time.

We use raw materials that are certified to the highest standard. Each fragrance we use is carefully handpicked to awake wonderful memories with your loved ones.

We've dedicated the “Love” candle to our mom – a strong and beautiful woman who lost her battle with cancer. In honor of her, 10% of the proceeds from each sale will be donated to cancer research at the American Cancer Society as they strive to save lives every day and work to create a world free from the pain and suffering from cancer. We are committed to carrying on her legacy of love and light.

Why Mae Nicole?

Giving you a cleaner natural option, Mae Nicole Candles are blended with coconut wax and other natural/clean ingredients that transforms your house into a home and your dull moment into an unforgettable one.

We designed our candles using the purest coconut wax, which burns nicely with superior scents. Plus, we added wooden wicks for a little crackle!

There is no bloom or frosting. No paraben, phthalates, or other harsh chemicals.

Our candles make a luxury gift that is perfect for anniversaries, birthdays, and more. Every one of our handmade coconut wax candles is personally poured in a reusable glass container and our travel tins are footed to prevent the dissipation of heat in a way that keeps surfaces cool during burning.