Have a cracker of a Christmas
After two years of spending Christmas away from loved ones, we are ready to celebrate in style with the season we all love to indulge in! You can’t help but splurge at the merriest time of the year and with tablescapes becoming increasingly popular, why not give your dining table some of the love too? The dining table, ladened with an extravagance of food, is always the focal point of a Christmas gathering so make it even more of a festive feast with an array of table decorations guaranteed to wow your guests.
A festive tablescape creates the perfect setting for any number of guests to gather around the table and celebrate the magic of Christmas. Purchase a box of Nancy & Betty eco-friendly Christmas crackers and you’ll be saying goodbye to the humble cracker, with insipid snap, terrible joke and plastic tat and saying hello to beautiful handmade Christmas crackers, filled with plastic-free gifts, perforated for the perfect break ensuring that the festivities go off with a bang.
Nancy & Betty is an independent stationery design brand, whose workshop near Canterbury produce a range of Christmas crackers which include the themes; Oak Leaves & Acorns, Green Holly, Nutcracker and North Pole each offering a timeless feel to incorporate into any scheme. Add a beautiful, 100% cotton tablecloth with matching napkins, nestled amongst greenery and candles, with complementary tablemats and coasters and you have a perfectly inviting tablescape.
The Christmas tree can also be given a makeover, dressed head to toe in the finest enamel decorations, full of traditional scenes that never go out of fashion. With a delightful range of wrapping paper, tags and gift bags the wrapping will be just a special as the gifts inside.
The Nancy & Betty brand was created by Hannah Bidmead, she and her team of elves work busily throughout the year creating the Christmas collection. All items are handmade using the best quality sustainable paper stock and printed with vegetable based inks, they also plant one tree for every box of crackers bought.