As the last remnants of summer fade away, temperatures drop, and the trees display the gorgeous natural colours of autumn, it’s the perfect time to stay home and make the most of the season’s best culinary delights.
Giving flowers has been a tradition that goes back long since any present-day generation will be able to remember, yet it is well ingrained in society. Whether given to extend thanks, pass along sympathies or congratulate a special couple on their wedding day, flowers have been a go-to gift that almost everyone loves to receive.
Purple, often associated with luxury and grandeur, is the perfect colour theme for your wedding, or looks equally beautifully used in a mixed gift bouquet. Purple is also the colour of Scotland’s symbolic flowers, Thistle and Heather; often utilised as beautiful wedding flowers in Edinburgh and Scotland as a whole.
Being romantic doesn’t come naturally to everyone and not all romantic gestures suit everyone. For example, some people appreciate a nice Edinburgh flower delivery surprise and some like romantic poems. However, few can argue that a romantic gesture is a powerful and wonderful thing – here are ten of the best.
You may have noticed that we are big fans of marzipan chocolates, and for good reason. There is something dangerously moreish about the powdery, almondy, sugary goodness that is marzipan. From perfectly crafted miniatures to completely encased cakes, it has been a firm favourite for centuries. While we can often turn to a tasty layer of […]
There are so many excellent luxury chocolate brands based in Europe and some fantastic chocolatier history at some of Europe’s big tourist destinations. Chocolate lovers are totally spoilt for choice if they want to visit luxury chocolate manufacturers to source luxury chocolate gifts and to see how the world’s most delicious chocolate is made.