Bespoke hand-crafted luxury biscuits delivered for all occasions

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Luxury Wedding favours

A treat for your guests


Sometimes it’s the little extras that make a wedding incredibly memorable. Why not give your wedding guests something they won’t have seen before?
Our Luxury wedding favours can be tailored to be completely unique for your event and decorated to fit in with your wedding colour scheme or theme. We have several ideas for luxury wedding favour inspiration in the wedding category of our shop but if you don’t see anything that is quite right, get in touch and we should be able to accommodate any request.

Please fill out the form below if you would like to discuss a bespoke biscuit order for your wedding and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

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Why are they called wedding favours?
One of the earliest accounts of a wedding favor dates back to 16th century England. It was common for couples to give love knots constructed from lace and ribbon to each of their guests as a favor and to represent their bond of love. Throughout history, favors have evolved into a tradition that can be seen around the world.

Centuries ago, European aristocrats, most notably those in France and Italy, would send their wedding guests home with a small gift called a bonbonniere, or as it’s called in Italian, a bomboniere. These weren’t exclusively a wedding staple since they were also given out at birthday parties and other celebratory occasions.

A bonbonniere was actually a box made of porcelain, crystal, precious stones or metal. Inside one would find delicacies made of sugar. It was from these boxed and gift wrapped confections that today’s wedding favors are derived.

We are continuing that tradition with fine luxury delicacies of our own.