- Product Details
The say that the kitchen is the heart of the home and this magnificent Heritage Wedding Mr and Mrs Personalise Heart Oak Chopping Board can add some extra romance and charm to that all-important room.
A fabulously original and fun choice as a wedding gift for a loving couple who like nothing more than to cook together, each beautiful chopping board is lovingly crafted from gorgeous natural oak.
That high quality material gives the board a true feeling of class which perfectly complements the board's cute heart shape.
To show the special newlyweds that they will always have a special place in your own heart, each chopping board can also be expertly engraved with fully personalised text that can display anything you choose.
The loving duo's name and their wedding date makes for an ideal choice for that high class engraving, and will make this a truly unique and personal wedding present that they will treasure forever.
Measures approx. H: 32cm, W: 32cm, D: 2.3cm.
- Delivery & Returns
We are aware of how important it is for you to receive your gifts in time. Therefore, once you place your order we will process straight away and dispatch as soon as they are ready to go. We usually dispatch all items within 24-48 hours however, this may be a little longer during special occasions such as Christmas. If multiple items ordered, we may dispatch items separately or all together, depending on the process.
Hassle Free Returns Policy:
We're sure that you will be satisfied with your purchase and we also understand that sometimes you may want to return. We keep this process simple! Just contact us if you wish to return goods. Please note: personalised, made-to-order and perishable items are non-refundable.
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Sunday, 19 June 2016 (by Ivana Firstbrook)