If you have been researching engagement gifts, well I want to show you one of the cutest things I have been sent to review.

The Biscuiteers Engagement Tin.

Do you know a couple celebrating their engagement?
Biscuiteers has a range of engagement gifts and recently launched a brand new engagement biscuit tin which you can view below. Biscuiteers motto is ‘why say it with flowers when you can say it with biscuits?’ and the biscuit tins do make pretty unique engagement gifts, many of which can also be personalised with the recipient’s name or the senders own choice of message. This biscuit tin is the perfect alternative engagement gift. It’s filled with a beautiful selection of romantic biscuits including Lovebirds, a bottle of fizz and a sparkling engagement ring. Once the happy couple have shared the biscuits, they can use the keepsake tin to store wedding memories for years to come!


For the Hen you can take part in a pre – afternoon party before you discover the delights of London afterhours. Ice your own wedding biscuits whilst having a cheeky prosecco or indulge in an afternoon tea after the fun has finished. It’s a unique experience one the bride to be will not forget. Click the link here for more Hen Party info.

The Wedding Tin adds a nice touch to the big day. I remember getting married and receiving lots of champagne but I would have had a little “wow” moment if these had turned up.

The Review.
: 10/10 cannot fault its appearance and quality of packaging especially the tin.

Oh my WOW factor: 10 /10
My initial reaction was that of excitement to see the product because of the branded packaging it came in. When I opened it I was not disappointed, the tin is sturdy and instantly I thought reusable. I literally ran to show my husband who agreed they looked really nice (which for a bloke is a win). On opening the tin, the sweet smell of the biscuits is divine delicately wrapped and not one is broken, although some of the icing had broken up on two of the biscuits and that’s being uber picky, I was however actually impressed with how intact they were. Now to my surprise they do not taste as sweet as they smell leaving you to devour another, the taste of these particular biscuits are vanilla. I also noticed on the website they do a gluten free range. You will be pleased to hear the best before date is 6 months after they are delivered so you can pre-buy the gift. The personalisation is not only on the biscuits but also on the little note it comes with explaining that each biscuit was hand iced, a nice touch I thought.

Price: – £30.00 which overall I think is a good price and I do believe you get value for money in all aspects as they truly exude luxury. I would 100% buy a gift from the website as I believe the person receiving them would be really touched. I loved looking through the little brochure it came with and was thinking who I could buy someone a little treat for, maybe my nieces 21st perhaps!

Other gifts are on the wedding gift page but here are a few little tasters;


About biscuiteers;
Harriet Hastings co-founded Biscuiteers with her husband, Stevie Congdon. They are also co-directors of leading London catering company Lettice and parents to four young Biscuiteers. You will find Biscuiteers in Selfridges, Fortnum & Mason, Harrods, The Conran Shop, as well as Colette and le Grand Epicerie in Paris.

They say “We came up with the idea for Biscuiteers on a weekend in New York. We were sure that there were lots of people who are as passionate about biscuits as we are and that there was a real opportunity to set up a biscuits gift business online that was completely different from anything else in the market – biscuits that would look as beautiful as they tasted. In fact, biscuits that people would want to talk about.”

I hope you enjoyed the blog post, whilst we were given this tin to review all opinions are my own.

Nic xx