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My family is a little curious... It has always been told to me (I'm 48) that we burn a bayberry taper candle to the socket every Christmas eve because it is an English tradition. My family scurries around looking for these increasingly scarce things and doesn't relax until it is assured that each branch of the family tree has their candle. We light it around 6 in the evening and leave it burn until it is all gone...hence to the socket---to bring health and money to the pocket. If we retire early, it goes a-blazing into the kitchen sink. We do see quite a few people clamoring for the candles in our area (Buffalo NY) and we're wondering if anyone else in other part of the US, Canada (20 minutes from me), or the UK carry on this same tradition? Happy holidays!
Yes! I live in Oak View and I was also raised with this tradition. The smell of them really reminds me of Christmas! From what I read it dates back to early settlement days when they would make candles out of animal fats. They would smoke a lot, and go bad, so they tried different ways to make them and found that if you boiled bayberries that they would become waxy and you could make candles from them. However it took a lot of berries to make them, so they couldn't make many, so they only used them for special occasions, such as the holidays. Hope this helps :)
Bayberry Candle Tradition
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Bayberry Candle Legend
We too light bayberry candles on Christmas eve and let them burn until they go out at around 6-7 AM on Christmas day. It is supposed to bring wealth and health. I don't buy that but it is an old tradition handed down from my wife's family. It is a fun tradition anyhow and smells good.
Bayberry candle christmas eve tradition
Copied and pasted from another site. When the first settlers arrived on our shores, every moment was one of survival. Everything was in short supply including candles. Generally candles were made of tallow (animal fat) which tend to smoke and give off an odor. They can turn rancid as well. It didn't take long for the early colonists to discover that the abundant bayberry bush had berries that would give off a waxy residue when boiled. They learned to collect and save the bayberry wax that would rise to the surface of the water and make them into taper candles. The bayberry tapers burned longer and cleaner than the tallow version. Unfortunately, it takes a lot of bayberries to make enough wax to make a single taper. These bayberry tapers were a real treasure to the colonists who saved them for special occasions. To have a bayberry candle was a luxury to be saved and relished. It became the tradition to burn your bayberry candle on Christmas or New Years eve to bring blessings of abundance in the coming year. It is not known who actually came up with the traditional bayberry candle poem. But the tradition continues to this day. It is believed that you should light your bayberry candle on the eve of your holiday of choice (or all of them as I do) and allow it to burn completely until it goes out on it's own. I include the bayberry poem, history and legend with every authentic bayberry taper. My bayberry tapers have about a 6 hour burn time so please allow enough time for it to burn itself out before bedtime.
For the best answers, search on this site Christmas Eve, we always go to my aunt's house (my father's sister). This is where my dad's side of the family meets up for Christmas. My cousins on that side have a LOT of kids and we watch them go nuts opening tons of presents (which used to be me and my cousins when we were kids). Then the grown ups have "Dirty Santa" which is game where people steal someone else's present. Haha. No, it really is fun. My dad's side of the family loves jokes and pranks and people will bring presents that are crazy and hilarious. I remember one year, I picked out a pretty gift bag when it was my turn at Dirty Santa and it ended up having toilet paper, matches, air freshener and candles in it. No ONE wanted to steal that present from me. Hah! Later that night, we usually go to Christmas eve service. Then, after that, my sisters and I go to our parents' houses and give our parents the presents we got them. Then we head home. On Christmas morning, my sisters and I wake up and open presents we got for each other and then eat breakfast together and cuddle with our dogs. Later on Christmas Day, we go to my grandparents (my mother's parents) and spend time together with my mom's side of the family. We watch movies, play games and hang out until Christmas dinner is ready. Then we eat a big dinner together. Then we open presents everyone got each other. There aren't a lot of kids on my mom's side of the family so it's more of "grown up" event. After that, everyone is free to relax and be lazy. I can't wait!!! :)
I haven't heard of this, but it sounds like a lovely tradition!