- Product Details
This delicious Personalised Affection Art Godmother Chocolate Bar is the ideal gift for godmothers to whom you want to say simply "thanks".
Very often, godparents don't receive any long lasting tokens of gratitude for pledging their support to a child's upbringing, so imagine how delighted they'll be when they see this chocolate gift.
Each individual letter printed on the wrapper on the front of this 100g milk chocolate bar has been placed side by side to spell out the word "Godmother".
Stylish and scrummy, our godmother chocolate bar is just what you're looking for on the very special occasion of your child's christening.
Underneath the letters on the front, there's space to add a short message, whilst on the back, you can add a further special message to your child's very precious, godmother.
Note: Please refrain from using all upper case in your personalisation.
The 100g chocolate bar may contain traces of nuts.
Dimensions :Height: 7 CM Width: 14.5 CM Depth: 1 CM
- 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 1-3 days 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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