Create a sophisticated chocolate box, perfect as a gift for guests at a wedding
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Printing off labels
Simply print off the labels and cut them out. Use a hole punch to make a hole to the left of the tag, push through a pretty ribbon and tie to a small box or a cellophane packet. Alternatively, print off a plain template and write your own labels.
Storing your chocolate drops
You can make these up to 3 days before the wedding, but store in a cool place (not the fridge), and cover loosely with sheets of parchment. Package the day before the ceremony and store in a cool place, not the fridge. You can list the flavours on the label, if you like.
All the packaging we used to present our favours is easily available on the high street. Head to the haberdashery section at John Lewis for ribbon, string, parcel labels and butterfly clips. Visit Confetti stores, or shop online at confetti.co.uk, for all boxes, bags and lollipop buckets.
Multiplying the quantities
You’ll probably end up with more dark chilli than the other flavours, as dark chocolate spreads into ‘drops’ more easily – so if you’re increasing this recipe think about doubling the salted pistachio and rose flavours first.