Happy Box London – The Midnight Dream Team

Back at the end of December I got to my desk after lunch to find a large parcel sitting and waiting for me from Happy Box. Happy Box is a company which specialise in both corporate gifting as well as boxes created as gifts. These would make perfect presents for when you don’t know what to get someone with a huge selection of items to build your own gift or choosing from a pre-made box.

The box itself is beautiful. Arriving in a large yellow box adorned with grey edging and a gorgeous large black bow which wrapped itself all around. If you were receiving this as a gift you would already be really happy. Inside everything was neatly packaged and sitting in black tissue paper.

My boxes contents were themed around evening pampering – a Midnight Dream team. With a selection of products to eat, drink, pamper and relax with I could see this making a really fantastic gift idea for Mother’s Day which is coming up in just a few weeks.

The first product my eye was drawn to was a beautiful pink linen textured covered box. Adorning the Sara Miller logo and a beautiful gold print. Lifting the lid back and peeling back the tissue paper led me to find a beautiful eye mask inside. This was like a pillow for the eyes and is like no other eye mask I’ve ever tried. Soft and silky and covered in a beautiful butterfly print in a gorgeous cerise colour. Whilst I’m not too likely to use this in the evening – I have always wanted one of these for flights when I might want to sleep when there’s glaring lights on. This will be kept with all my travel bits for future.

On the beauty front there was three products which was included. Space Masks are a brand which I’ve been really eager to try for my Face Mask Friday series, these are a heated jasmine eye mask and they’re leaving me very curious. The second and third products sadly I won’t get use of, but good news for your is they’re heading to my giveaway box. These are the Lavender and Chamomile luxury hand-cream and the ever popular thisWorks Deep Sleep Pillow spray, sadly my lavender allergy hinders the use of these. For the right person though this is the perfect trio of products to relax with.

Last up, what would a session of relaxing be without some fizz and whiz? First up the BeBerry fizzy cocktail drink which is a cranberry, strawberry and mint based cocktail. And lastly a lovely pot of sweets from a brand I haven’t heard of before, Wally and Whiz. These are delightful mango and raspberry flavoured chewy cubes which are very satisfyingly sufficient with just one or two. These are labelled as nordic gourmet gummies and these do feel like refined sweets for the adult palate.

All together this box of goodies would make a really beautiful gift, like I said I think this idea would make a really good idea for mother’s day especially if like me you can struggle to know what to get, they have lots of other themed boxes for new babies, new parents as well as Dads (who can be equally as awkward to buy for as Mums are!) . The build your own aspects mean that they suit any budgets too. I’ll definintely be baring this in mind for future gifts when I feel stuck as they feel super special.

*Box was sent to me for free, but not in exchange for a review. It was too beautiful not to share!


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17 thoughts on “Happy Box London – The Midnight Dream Team

  1. Gorgeous Box 😍 that would make a really great gift for those who are impossible to buy for! I tried to get a space mask in Selfridges at the weekend but they didn’t have any. I’ve only heard good things about them though 🙂 xx

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