Wow, it felt like a long time since I wrote a dispatch blog. I hadn't been well and had to take a few days off, thankfully the others stepped in and helped covered the blogs I missed. Sorry girls! Thank you so much for covering my days for me. I cannot express how grateful I am!
Back to the blog, today is St. Patrick's Day and so some couriers are working limited schedules, as such we don't have a lot of hampers going because couriers aren't operating their full service today. It makes organising delivery of some of our hampers a bit more difficult but we'd manage!
The first hamper of the day is an Artisan Eclectic Duo hamper.This one was organised by Lara to be delivered to her mummy in Ledbury in time for her birthday tomorrow. As if knowing that her mummy might be be out and about on her big day, Lara made sure to leave a note with the address details saying that it's okay to leave the package on the porch if the recipient was not in. We would be sure to pass this information on to the courier company, Lara! Imagine how surprised the birthday girl would be when she comes home and sees a big boxed gift sitting on her porch!
Next up, the Easter orders are coming in as everybody tries to get their gifts organised as soon as possible. It's not quite exactly Easter yet, but Gillian in Barnsley, UK wants this delivered early to the Farrar family in Stockport.
It's a hamper she created herself and she chose to include Easter Eggs and bunny rabbits alongside lots of tasty baked treats such as chocolate cake (mmm), chocolate biscuits (mmmmm) and cookies (even more mmmmm~!)
The last hamper I want to feature today is the Great Taste Award Mixed Titanium.
Steve in Vancouver, Canada, wants to send this to Ollie and Hannah in Redhill, UK to congratulate them on their engagement. I'm not sure about this weekend but with today's weather still holds tomorrow, then this gift would make the perfect engagement picnic for the couple. The food is all neatly packed in the hamper already. All you need is a patch of grass, a picnic rug, wine glasses and some cutlery and you're all set. Psst, try the Skelligs chocolates first, they're delish!