Beth Hughes, CEO of SOY
Established in Athens, Georgia, Little Light Co. is a southern soy candle and home goods company designing eminent and sophisticated scents and products. Founder, Beth Hughes creates the distinctive scents in her home, inspired by the natural surroundings of the South. Athens, GA is a small town rich in history, culture, tradition, and art, often luring one into discovering our unique and locally preserved way of life. We wanted to hand pour that way of life & share our 'little lights' with you.
Today the line includes a Signature Collection; Honeysuckle, Ginkgo, Marmalade, Porch Swing, Clothes Pin and the very popular Lavender & Lace. Due to popularity, we now offer Longleaf Pine year round. We also offer Soy Wax Melts. In addition to the retail products, Little Light Co. offers candle options for weddings and corpoatre gifts. Little Light Co. candles can currently be found in over 20 boutiques around the Southeast.
*Online Shop coming in late 2018.
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7 Scents Based on the South
by Beth Hughes
Beth Hughes is a true Southerner.
As a Georgia native, she knows the South is more than just a spot on the map, it’s a way of life. From porch swings and lightning bugs to sweet tea and college football, Beth is fully immersed in the sugarcoated southern lifestyle. Like a lot of us, she was inspired to turn on her creative light. That little light inside each of us we need to let shine. It was this creative drive, combined with Beth’s southern roots, that sparked Little Light Co.
Little Light Co. is a southern soy candle and home goods company designing sophisticated scents and products. Hughes creates the distinctive scents in her Athens, Ga home, inspired by the natural surroundings of the South. Made with natural botanicals, organic soy wax is blended with coconut oil and finished with all 100% all natural cotton wick. Scents include: Lavender & Lace, Porch Swing, Honeysuckle, Marmalade, Clothes Pin, Ginkgo and Longleaf Pine. Simply put, she pours the South right into a mason jar. And the result is just as charming as you’d expect.