Image © Anneli Marinovich Photography
What an exciting time it is for Yarwood-White at the moment! Not only have they moved to a beautiful new studio, they have also been commended in the Sheerluxe Awards (more about that in a moment) and have just announced the release of their brand new “Enchanted Garden” collection.
The Enchanted Garden is a collection of limited edition neckpieces. Each one is made from a variery of natural beads, gemstones, glass, wood and crystals.
The designs were inspired by the beauty of a forgotten walled garden, and the plants that flourished there. The garden is a peaceful place to reflect, and the materials used in each necklace are renowned for the positive feelings they evoke.
Yarwood-White were also thrilled to have been commended in the Bridal Jewellery category at the recent Sheerluxe Online Shopping Awards.
The Awards recognise the very best in luxury shopping websites, and the competition was very stiff, with LK Bennett, Myla and ASOS also receiving commendations. Yarwood-White stockist Luella’s Boudoir was the runner up in the Best Wedding Accessories category. Well done to everyone for their awards.
Interview With: Tania Duff
Company Name: Sweetcrafts
Location / Coverage: United Kingdom and some countries in Europe
A mixture of sweets and crafts. For weddings our product is the “Bem-casado”, a delicious sweet handmade individually as a delicate craft. Two halves united by a soft cream that will keep them together…forever.
I first had the idea of starting this business when I made one of the most traditional Brazilian sweets for my own wedding in 2008 and everybody really enjoyed them. I launched the business last year after creating my website and participating at my first Show. I was so happy; my sweets were a real success!
We are based in Hampshire but we’ve always been able to deliver to London and the surrounding areas. Sometimes we post to Scotland and some countries in Europe.
Yes, I find it really enjoyable. I make them from an old recipe, still using the same method, seeking the “perfect match” for each part of the sweet as my grandmother used to do.