Tuesday, 26 March 2013

Sweet Trees by Riviera Review.



What a cute idea for Easter, a tree of sweets, my latest review for a lovely company called Sweet Trees by Riviera is yummy indeed.They sent me a Malteser Tree.
 
 
Sweet Trees are a family run business which started in 2010 by Christina Purnell and Charlee Hutchins – a mother and daughter team. The concept of Sweet Trees started during the preparations for Charlee’s wedding in the summer of 2010, when they were thinking of the ideal centre pieces for the tables that both adults and children would appreciate and enjoy. Since the wedding, Sweet Tree by Rivera has expanded due to a wave of publicity, strong sales and the simple fact that everyone who has seen, heard or tasted a Sweet Tree has simply loved them!
 
 
The trees are really cute, the Malteser tree  will be kept for the family to pick chocs from the tree on Easter Sunday. 



The tree came well packaged and very  fast delivery, its so cute to look at, a really great idea.

Even the stem is made from chocolate,the pot however is a little terracotta plant pot,just in case you decide to nibble it! They say money does not grow on trees but I am happy with chocolate doing so!
 
 
 
If you still like the traditional Egg shape, but like something a little different, I spotted this range of Easter Egg, like no other, they are solid and available in many different choices of Sweets and Chocolate. Prices range according to size chosen, £6.00 - £23.00
 
 
 
Marshmallows, sweet fried eggs and one I think little ones will like the Dolly Mixture Eggs
 
This Easter, why not treat someone special with a unique, hand-made Sweet Tree?
Sweet Trees, covered in your favourite chocolate or sweets, are designed to be
shared, nibbled, devoured and admired and make a fantastic Spring gift.
Sweet Trees are presented in either a delightful glass vase or pretty terracotta pot.
 
www.SweetTreeByRivera.co.uk

 Disclosure I was given a free product. I was under no obligation to receive the sample or talk about this company. I get no additional benefits for talking about the product or company.

9 comments:

  1. How cute love the idea of these
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  2. I think these look good but I think the prices are so expensive considering they are just sweets!

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  3. Wow good point Shelley, just seen the prices :O

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  4. Absoutely fabulous! You even get a plant pot at the end.

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  5. These would make a lovely gift!

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  6. These are very pretty. An ideal gift for a gardener who loves her candy !

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  7. These look awesome. I wish someone bought me one of those :-)

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