July 15, 2018 1 min read

Nashville

          The town of Nashville was founded by James Robertson, John Denelson and a party of Overmountain Men in 1779. In 1806, Nashville became a city and county seat of Davidson County, Tennessee. Years later in 1843, Nashville was named the capital of Tennessee. In 1925 the launch of the radio station WSM sparked the city of Nashville’s nickname “Music City”.  

The Nashville candle scent is a mixture of the jasmine and honeysuckle flower scents. The jasmine flower in Nashville is a well know flower that is often used in weddings. Honeysuckle gets its name because edible sweet nectar that can be sucked from the flowers. A honeysuckle flower can come in various colors such as red, white, and blue.

5 Places to visit in Nashville

          

*fun fact: Inside the Nashville Parthenon there is a statue of Athena Parthenos standing at 42-feet-tall. She is the largest indoor statue in the Western Hemisphere.

 

*fun fact: Nashville's iconic Music Row is where Elvis Presley recorded more than 200 of his songs at historic Studio B.