- Product Description
This terrific Page Boy Personalised Victorian Wedding Sweets Jar is a thank you gift so appealing that the newlyweds might just be tempted to keep it all to themselves.
Perfect for showing a special page boy how much it meant to the bride and groom for him to be with them on their happy day, this marvellous sweetie jar contains a varied selection of sweet treats that he is certain to adore.
The jar itself, however, is also a really attractive and charming keepsake thanks to its traditional Victorian styling and most notably its brilliant personalised printed label.
That label always includes colourful and jubilant decorative elements and is then made extra special by the fact that each and every word of the printed text can be decided upon by you, to ideally suit the lucky recipient.
- Personalised sweets in a victorian jar
- Filled with most popular retro sweets
- Jar label personalised with any message
- May contain nuts and not suitable for children under 36 months
- Not suitable for vegetarians & may contain nuts
- The jar size is approx. in 500ml
- Measures approx. H:18cm W:7.5cm D:7.5cm
500ml jar approximate weight including contents: 260gr
- Palma violet
- Fresher chews
- Fruit salad
- Black Jacks
- Sherbert straws
- Candy whistle
- Fried eggs
- Foam shrimps
- Jelly beans
- Fruit pop
- Double lolly
- Drumstick lolly
- Love heart roll
- Delivery & Returns
Sent via 2nd Class Mail for only £3.99.
Sent via 1st Class Mail for only £4.99.
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Orders received by 2:00 pm Monday to Friday, sent via courier tracked service for only £7.99. Delivery for Mon to Fri only.
The cost for delivery to European countries is calculated based on the destination. Please allow approx. 2-5 working days from dispatch, however, this is not guaranteed.
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