Personalised wooden gift box with a bottle of sparkling wine and tasty treats

Personalised Hamper - Sweet Celebration

Regular price£48.95
Our Sweet Celebration hamper is the perfect gift for those with a sweet tooth who have occasion to celebrate. A selection of tasty treats are presented in this beautiful rope-handled wooden gift box, which comes engraved with a your own special message to add a classy touch to a very chic gift.

UK Mainland - 1 - 2 Day Delivery Service

Standard 1-2 day service costs from £7.50*.

* All delivery prices are exclusive of VAT

Due to Brexit, we are unable to deliver out-with UK Mainland due to custom requirements.

The date you select during the checkout process is the date we will aim to deliver on. We cannot guarantee (especially at peak times when volumes in the delivery network are high) but we will try our utmost to deliver on this date.

Packaging Dimensions: 30x9x33cm

This Personalised Wooden Gift Box contains:

  • Bottle of Philippe Dublanc Blanc de Blanc Sparkling Wine (75cl)
  • Abbey Biscuits Traditionally Handmade Mixed Berry (150g)
  • Cartwright & Butler Chocolate Wafer Rounds (120g)
  • The Cocoa Bean Company Milk Chocolate covered Raisins with Gold Ribbon (100g)
  • Beech's Fine Chocolates Cafe Latte Creams (90g)
  • Jacquot & Cemoi Bittersweet Classic flavoured Cocoa Dusted Truffles (200g)

Presented in a Personalised Wooden Gift Box made from quality pine, light in colour with a smooth finish, professionally engraved with your message on the lid.

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