This Easter I have been treated to an alternative gift from Queen of Hearts cookie company. An independent British company based in Lancashire, formed by a woman after my own heart. Sarah, shares my love of Alice in Wonderland and baking, and has cleverly combined the two to create a bespoke handcrafted cookie company. Sarah's well decorated biscuits would be right at home on the Mad Hatter's tea table and are good enough to sit along side the Queen's royal jam tarts.
It was a magical moment opening this box from Queen of Hearts which are packaged so beautifully in their own white gift box with a regal gold logo. With my box in hand and a cup of Assam tea in the other I stepped out into my back garden for a biscuit tea party of my own. I smiled as I opened the box and saw the treasures within. These beautiful Easter cookies are all hand made and lovingly decorated. They smell divine and are a treat to eat. The icing and vanilla biscuit really compliment each other. I truly admire the work that has gone into making these stunning Easter themed treats. I know from first hand experience that decorating any bake is a timely experience that requires so much patience.
Easter cookies come in different size boxes to suit all price limits, starting at £9.99. View the range (here).You can also find many other designs for all occasions and events (here). I have my eye on a few designed for some of my close friends' birthdays and maybe some Alice in Wonderland themed treats for a cheeky gift to myself!
Hope you're all having a lovely week,
It’s such a great post! Thank you for sharing this!ReplyDelete
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Thank you so much Diana. It's so sweet of you to say so.Delete
These are absolutely adorable. Wish I was eating them. xxReplyDelete
Thank you! They were so tasty too!Delete
Oh my, these look so lovely to give as a gift to someone or for a big event. The decoration on the cookies is so on point, Sarah is so talented.ReplyDelete
Sarah xo | PolkaDotLemon
Hello Sarah. Aren't they just! Sarah is so tallented. I found it very difficult to finish them off as they're too cute!Delete
Oh my gosh, they're so beautiful I wouldn't want to ruin them! What an amazing Easter gift! xReplyDelete
Aren't they! They turned me into a big kid! I didn't want to ruin them too!Delete
These are all so pretty and I just love cookies like this and they all seem so magical.ReplyDelete
Jackie | fashionxfairytale | bloglovin' |
Hello Jackie. They really are very magical!Delete
These are soooo adorable! They look too good to eat!ReplyDelete
They really were! Although I did eventually manage to finish them off! Haha!Delete
These cookies are just too adorable!!ReplyDelete
wow! so cute !!ReplyDelete
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Thank you so much.
awwwwww this is so cute!!!! I can only imagine how happy you must have been haha!!!!! I need them! Just followed you on bloglovin :D xxxReplyDelete
Very happy! I was like a big kid!Delete
Thank you so much Susan.
Such a great post dear. All are so cute.ReplyDelete
Have a beautiful day.
Thank you so much Claudia. I hope you are having a lovely weekend.Delete
Oh my goodness, what delicate, beautiful decoration! They are almost too nice too eat, what special easter treats! Katie xReplyDelete
These cookies are amazing! Such pretty, delicate decoration. I wish I had the patience to master something like this.ReplyDelete
The only problem is they look too good to eat!!
Hi Louise, oh me too! I can't imagine just how long they would all take!Delete
You've just made a coeliac who usually dreads easter a VERY happy lady :) Such a gorgeous post, and delicious pictures!ReplyDelete
Yummm... These look delicious!ReplyDelete
oh my, these cookies are beautiful!ReplyDelete
The Girl Who Looks Like a Cake
This is just so beautiful!ReplyDelete