Bomboniere Trend: Artisan Chocolate

Everyone loves chocolate wedding favours, but if you want to treat your guests with a special bomboniere, then give them mouth-watering artisan chocolate presented in a beautiful packaging!

There are so many reasons to choose a chocolate bomboniere! They are delicious and go well with any wedding theme, you can present it in countless ways and select any flavour you like. artisan chocolate is ideal for couples who want something utterly stylish and less ordinary. Beautifully designed, hand-made chocolates will look amazing on your dining tables, and if you have made an effort when setting up your wedding menu, then gourmet chocolate is a wonderful finishing touch.

From decadent flavours such as Marc De Champagne, salted caramel, truffles and raspberry infused cacao to delicious vegan, nut-free and dairy-free chocolates painstakingly made by hand, the choice is virtually endless. Look for local chocolatiers near you, and opt for the one that uses the finest ingredients and makes the most beautiful designs. Most of them have special orders for weddings and can make little packages of truffles or pralines which are ideal for your bomboniere. Alternatively, you can opt for bigger companies renowned for making quality gourmet chocolates.

France and Belgium are two places in the world where you can find the finest and most luxurious artisanal chocolate. Some of the best chocolate makers in France are Pierre Herme, Henri Leroux, Un Dimanche a Paris, Comptoir du Cacao and La Maison du Chocolat. Chocolate shops to visit in Belgium include the legendary Pierre Marcolini, Laurent Gerbaud, Wittamer, Galler and Passion Chocolat. Get inspired by their majestic artistic creations and elegant packaging. It is chocolate making taken to the highest possible level!

You can also find a lot of renowned chocolatiers in Australia to create exquisite edible bomboniere for your special day. The best chocolate makers in Sydney include Kakawa, Belle Fleur and Boon, while Josophan’s store is located in the Blue Mountains. Chioccolato Lombardo and Monsieur Truffe are two of the finest chocolate shops in Melbourne, while Nakamura and Rochelle Adonis are located in Perth. Steven ter Horst is a top-notch chocolate store in Adelaide as well as Koko Black, and Brisbane is home to the famed Couverture & Co and Dellomano which actually specialises in artisanal hand-made brownies. Luka Chocolate is a fabulous online store specialising Belgium chocolate.

Are you tempted yet? Forget about the standard chocolate bomboniere wrapped in a personalised wrapper and go for something a little more sophisticated. We are sure your guests will appreciate gourmet chocolate more than any other wedding favour. It is the ideal choice for autumn and winter weddings, but you might want to opt for something else if temperatures are sizzling.

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