Dear Chocolate is a vendor based out of the south of Delhi, in Lajpat Nagar 2 and it is one of the renowned vendors who provide their clients with chocolates as wedding gifts. Weddings are a massive social gathering and you will have to agree that your friends and family members who come over from various parts of the world are special to you and hence their presence is asked for through invitations. Wedding gifts are an integral part of the celebrations that most of us look forward to and Dear Chocolate will not let you down.
The wedding gifts are not only meant for the bride and groom, but gifts are exchanged vice versa to where the bride and groom provide return gifts to the close friends and family members for their presence. In fact, gifts have now been included as a part of the wedding invitation boxes also where the couple personalises it with goodies like cookies and chocolates and who better than Dear Chocolate.
They provide their clients with chocolates that are edible gifts for the people and they include packaging too in the package. They also provide you with domestic shipping to your doorstep that can be availed on additional costs. They have been in the industry for the past 2 years and their gifts are finger-licking good with attractive packaging to accompany.
What is the starting price per gift/ pack for non-edible gifting or favors?
What is the minimum order quantity for edible gifting or favors?
What is the minimum order quantity for non-edible gifting or favors?
What types of gifting options do you provide?
Which forms of payment do you accept?
What is the % payment/ amount to confirm the booking?
What is the cancellation policy?
Which year did you/your company professionally start your services?
What is the starting price range per kg for edible gifting or favors? (Typically includes: Sweets or chocolates)
What is the starting price range per gift/ pack for non-edible gifting or favors?
What is the minimum order quantity range for edible gifting or favors?
What is the minimum order quantity range for non-edible gifting or favors?
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