We had already covered a Golden Easter basket for dispatch about two days ago - I think Roma did it?
But we have quite a few of them going today again and since you've al must have seen it already, I figured I'll do one which shows the basket before it's been cellophane wrapped, and one after.
As you can see, the basket remains the same (arrangement may differ slightly depending on who assembled the basket) but a protective layer of cellophane is added to ensure all the items remain in place. If you don't cellophane wrap it, the products will then be sent higgledy-piggledy in the delivery box during it's delivery progress with our couriers. The biscuits would be here, the easter egg box out of the basket, the Lindt bunny probably missing an ear etc. Can have that arriving on our recipient doorsteps, right?
Speaking of arrivals, we have a new arrival to the world.
This Little Prince basket is going to Moire and Barry in Ballincog, Ireland. They are celebrating a new addition to their family - little baby Darragh and all their colleagues wants to wish them congratulations and best wishes. I think my favourite part of this basket had to be the giraffe comfort blankie right in the centre, but that could be because I'm a bit bias. As a child I was obsessed with giraffes. I'm less so now but they remind me of my time as a little kid so seeing giraffe toys always brings back a wave of nostalgia.
And the last basket of today dispatch feature is...... Sensational Birthday.
It's a birthday gift from Adrienne (Sandringham, AU) to Joan (Thurles, IE). Just look at the amount of bakery items in this! You could almost have them instead of a cake, but we can't have that. What's a birthday without cake? So, whilst you cannot see it, there is a chocolate fudge cake underneath the cupcakes and muffins, accompanied with some lovely tea and even more biscuits. So if anybody don't fancy cake, they are now spoilt for choice between all the other bakery alternatives available.