The Lucky Escape | Celebrating our Partners

Now more than ever, we feel it’s important to promote small businesses – and so we’ve teamed up with two independent, online shops to create a bespoke mailer filled with gorgeous items in celebration of Laura Jane Williams’s new book The Lucky Escape.

The Lucky Escape Parcels

Please join us in supporting these brilliant creators, and don’t forget to pre-order your copy of The Lucky Escape, which publishes on the 10th of June 2021.

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Treacle & Blush – Wrapping Paper

Treacle and Blush The Lucky Escape

Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/TreacleAndBlush?ref=seller-platform-mcnav

Hi there! I’m Ellie, the owner and designer behind Treacle & Blush. We are an online shop selling a range of unique, cute paper goods and gifts to deliver a smile to your door! These include greetings cards, prints, gift wrap, stickers, and tote bags! We like to take care of our beautiful planet, so we have reduced the use of plastic packaging, and instead, all products are now wrapped in tissue paper when packed.

Social media pages:

https://www.facebook.com/treacleandblushdesign

https://www.instagram.com/treacleandblush/

 

Georgia Alexandra – Biscuits

Baked by Georgia Alexandra

Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/GeorgiaAlexandraShop

Here at Georgia Alexandra, we know that you want to celebrate in style, which is why we are passionate about creating delicious works of art for you to enjoy! Whether you are a happy couple saying ‘I do’, or a brilliant brand looking to engage your audience with some tasty treats, we are here to make your day that little bit sweeter. Essex-based Georgia Alexandra has a creative collection of custom cakes and beautiful bakes ready for every occasion. Whether you’re looking for cakes or cookies, we’ve got you covered – and we ship our sweet selections across the UK!

Social media pages:
https://www.georgiaalexandra.co.uk/

https://www.instagram.com/georgiaalexandradesign/

 

 

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