If your special day is just around the corner, nip down to the shops and buy an assortment of chocolates to tantalise your guests taste buds.
Thornton ’s is a great place to start; you can sample the chocolates for yourself and pick a couple of your favourites for each of your guests. The shop will place one single chocolate for each of your guests in a gorgeous little favour box, or if you'd prefer they can put a couple of chocolates together in a box to suit your budget. Alternatively, you could order a tray of chocolates for your wedding table; this makes a great centre piece and your guests can help themselves!
If there is no time left to order luxury chocolates, the large department stores all offer a wide selection of small boxes of chocolates. Most retailers do fantastic small boxes as gifts, all of which can be easily turned into wedding favours, and specialty chocolates are found in most food halls such as John Lewis, Selfridges and Waitrose. Beautiful chocolate boxes of various prices, sizes and colour can be found at Selfridges Food Halls. The luxury Godiver chocolate range is particularly popular with brides for their guests.
The high street retailers such as Marks & Spencers and House of Fraser also do small boxes of chocolates which can be easily turned into gorgeous wedding favours. You can find small gold and silver boxes with a dark chocolate and a milk chocolate inside at most high street retailers in their confectionary department.
If you can’t find your favourite chocolate already on sale in a beautiful package on the retailers shelves then why not gather together your favourite chocolates and put a couple in a gorgeous organza bag tied up with a beautiful matching ribbon? This takes no time to put together and it’s a great way to show your love of chocolate with your wedding guests…it may even save you some money, too!