Soft Blanket Crate
Soft Blanket Crate
Soft Blanket Crate

Soft Blanket Crate

One Vintage Crate filled with 10 blankets in total: 5 plain Grey Fleece and 5 soft Patterned Blankets.
Perfect for your guests to throw over their shoulders or knees to keep warm when the sun goes down!
A little about the 5 Patterned Blankets...
  • Superior Quality
  • Complimentary Colours and patterns
  • A mix of Grey, White, Natural and Black
  • Size, approx 130x180cm
  • Mixed fabrics. Inc 100% Lambs Wool, 100% Cotton, Natural Mix Materials and 100% Polyester.
  • Clean and Freshly laundered before every hire.

A little about the 5 Grey Fleeces...

  • Super soft and cosy
  • Plain Grey in colour 
  • Size, approx 120x140cm
  • 100% Polyester
  • Clean and Freshly laundered before every hire.

The Apple Crate is...

  • Lightweight and Portable (with handles at each end)
  • Natural old wood which has been lightly sanded and restored
  • Most have an original farm name printed along the long sides
  • Rustic Farm Crates
  • Approx 45cm x 76cm in size
  • A great match to our Willow Umbrella Stands, they look super displayed together!

Delivery and Collection of your hired umbrellas...

  • Where do we hire to? - We hire Nationwide to all UK addresses 
  • Who delivers and collects? - delivery and collection is made by DPD using an trackable, interactive service (which lets you control your delivery)
  • Cost - flat rate of £22.50 in total (equivalent to only £11.25 each way)
  • When do we deliver? - Usually 3 working days before your wedding or event
  • When do we collect? - Usually 2 working days after your wedding or event
  • Logistics - Would delivery directly to your home and collection from your venue be helpful? Just tell us your preferred addresses during checkout!
  • More Information regarding our Delivery and Collection service.

We are recommended by...

The Wedding Collective - Glasgow, Scotland and UK. www.weddingcollective.co is a directory of handpicked modern and alternative Scottish wedding suppliers

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