One of the many benefits of taking part in wedding fairs is the chance to meet some of the other suppliers. At the City Chambers Open Day in Edinburgh I was exhibiting next to Sue, of Nuthatch. In between chatting to the lovely brides, grooms, bridesmaids and mothers of the bride who had come to the Open Day, we had a natter about all things wedding – and I managed to sneak a taste of one of Sue’s samples when she wasn’t looking. I can wholeheartedly confirm that the tablet she makes is absolutely delicious!
‘After working as a designer on many leading food brands
I decided to follow my passion for well designed packaging and cooking by creating my own Scottish tablet.
I started to do small boxes of tablet for weddings and events just last yearand am able to source unusual materials for the boxes and labels.
I have worked with some lovely people since starting up and really enjoy each unique project that I work on.
I believe anything handmade is something to be treasured, the boxes are lovingly thought out and put togetherwith the gorgeous tablet wrapped up inside and sealed with a heart or a personal message.'
Thank you so much for supplying your delicious tablet for my sister's wedding.Everyone thought it was amazing and it got so many compliments.I have to say it is the nicest I have ever tastedand I am very glad I managed to track you down.Any excuse and I will be back for moreand of course be happy to recommend you to anyone.
'I now offer a locally packaged Scottish breakfast tea and quirky tea towels by Gillian Kylewhich really complement the tea and tablet. A little bit of Scotland all wrapped up in a gift box!'
You can buy Sue’s delicious tablet, tea and gift boxes online here.
CreditsPhotographyI am really grateful to Alan Watson allowing me to use his work on my blog.You can see his website here.