Sweet passion: chocolate hearts
Show true appreciation - and that on several sensory levels at the same time. The eyes perceive the shape of the heart, the mouth the noble taste. And even if the shape says it all, we still emboss your name or logo on the chocolate. Place on your personal design on the packaging for Valentine's Day, wedding or simply to show your feelings. After all, you have a heart for your customers, partners and employees all year round. For Christmas, Easter or company anniversaries, individually distributed or combined with fine chocolates.
Chocolate hearts as sweet gifts for weddings
If a couple decides to sail to the port of marriage, the romantic request is often followed very quickly by the pragmatic side of the coin and it goes into the planning of the wedding. "When do we want to get married?", "How big do we want to get married?" and "Where do we want to get married?" are just a few of the questions that need to be answered. Because the most beautiful day in life wants to be well organized, it should be perfect.
In addition to food and drinks, suitable rooms, invitations and the choice of wedding cake, there are also many smaller, but no less important, details that need to be decided. Gifts that are distributed to the guests or placed at their place are common. This tradition goes back to the cultures of antiquity. In ancient Rome, the invited guests broke bread over the heads of the bride and groom, picked up the pieces and ate them. A few centuries later, the bread became the wedding cake, from which every guest could take a piece home. This gesture, like today's attentions, had a symbolic meaning. The bride and groom shared the cake with their relatives and friends, thus paying tribute to their role as witnesses of the marriage.
As time passed, the customs also changed, and instead of cakes, the guests received five sugared almonds, which stood for health, prosperity, a long life, happiness and fertility. Through the symbolism of fertility and abundance, almonds have long been associated with marriage. There is also the custom to glaze a bitter almond with sugar in order to illustrate the symbol of the vow "in good times and in bad".
Today the bride and groom present their guests with small gifts to thank them for coming and as a reminder of the special day. How this gift looks like varies much more than in the past. Even though the almond tradition is still widespread, many couples are looking for something more unusual, with a personal touch, of course.
Schokologo casts the names of the bridal couple, if desired with the date of the wedding day, in hearts made of the finest Belgian chocolate starting from a quantity of 60 pieces. The sweet gifts are individually packed in a silver or gold gift box and the name of the couple is embossed in the box. A noble gift, of which everyone has something and which one does not forget so fast.