What better way to say thank you to your girl squad for supporting you through the overwhelming task of wedding planning than with a Wednesday's Child giftbox?
Planning a wedding can be a daunting task, especially when we're working full time, raising families, and generally juggling our lives the best we can. Family and friends are a great support along the way.
Whether it's giving you a pep-talk when you're having a bridezilla-moment, or helping you make origami paper cranes at 2am in the morning – your bridesmaids, bridesmen, mothers, families and friends will need a serious 'thank you' gesture.
Here at County Weddings HQ we can't think of a greater gift than the carefully curated gift boxes from Wednesday's Child. The boxes can be ordered on a subscription basis, or as a one-off gift, and have been carefully considered to provide contents which aim to encourage mindfulness, self-soothing, nourishment, and comfort – essentials for everyday life, wellbeing and just generally some much-need 'me time'.
Little Me £25/For the Guys £25
Letterbox-size and comes packed with carefully considered items to nourish, inspire, soothe or encourage mindful affirmation. You'll find a male and female versions where treats will likely be across the comfort, food and inspiration themes - you're sure to be excited by this doorstep arrival.
Treat Me £45
The middle tier gift box is a little more full and fabulous and allows even more mindful, nourishing, caring and pampering treats.
Spoil Me £65
Want to go all out on a bigger treat? Why not indeed! This larger box is bursting with generous gifts and gestures, and you'll often be saving around 50% on what these items would collectively cost you at the RRP rate. Expect such things as a snuggly blanket, a candle, teas and hot chocolates, sweet and savoury nibbly treats, a pampering mask or scrub, a notebook, affirmation cards, a wellbeing journal…or similar such loveliness.
For more information about Wednesday's Child, please visit www.wednesdayschild.co.uk
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The boxes are a feature of a newly launched social enterprise, which has been and by a woman seeking continued recovery from her own 20 year battle with anorexia. Debbie Watson, 41, has launched Wednesday's Child to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Week, and says the boxes are just a doorway into a community of other services, events, training and coaching activities which are very specifically designed to acknowledge the troubling world of eating disorders.