Epiphany Chocolates Giveaway! So Yummy!

Win this box of Epiphany Chocolates 18-piece Summer Remix collection PLUS a $25 gift card! Also, 25% off code below!

Our friends at Epiphany Chocolates are giving away a box of their 18-piece Summer Remix collection PLUS a $25 Epiphany Chocolates gift card to one (1) lucky Big Fat Cake reader! Just leave a comment by Monday, August 20th, 11:59PM EST that answers the following question:

How have you seen chocolate incorporated into a wedding?

Epiphany Chocolate Wedding Favors

When we announce the winner, we’ll also share ideas from Epiphany on the many ways their chocolate has been incorporated into weddings. You can earn extra entries by following them on Facebook, or following them on Twitter. Make sure to leave a comment on either their Facebook wall or tweet “@BigFatCake and @EpiphanyChocs rocks!”

Can’t wait? Then use checkout code SUMMER25 to get 25% off!

I had the privilege of trying these chocolates out before running the contest and I can personally say, these chocolates are yummy!! My favorite flavor was the Berry White (I love the name!). If you want to find out more about their awesome flavors, check out their website.

Berry White flavor

About Epiphany Chocolates
Founded by a passionate chocolate enthusiast, Epiphany’s fine chocolates are handmade soft center nudges enrobed in chocolate with unique and surprising ingredients presented in a signature keepsake box. Signature collections include milk chocolate fudge, dark chocolate fudge and caramel. Inspired by travel, limited edition collection flavors are influenced by excursions throughout the world. Sophie, Chocolate Correspondent and Social Butterfly, explores chocolate while meeting inspiring people, discovering unique venues and embarking on endless new adventures. For more information, visit EpiphanyChocolates.com, Facebook.com/EpiphanyChocolates or @EpiphanyChocs on Twitter.

Commenting Contest Rules and Mumbo Jumbo:

  1. Respond to the question above. Needs to be substantive comments. Comments like “ha ha” and “lol” will not count. Decisions of what is substantive will be at the discretion of Big Fat Cake. We also have a spam filter for comments so comments with ads or profanity will not be counted.
  2. Comments on this post will be counted from today to Monday, August 20, 2012 @11:59pm EST. Comments on our Big Fat Cake Facebook fan page are appreciated but do not count for this contest.
  3. Earn extra entries by following them on Facebook, or following them on Twitter. Make sure to leave a comment on either their Facebook wall or tweet “@BigFatCake and @EpiphanyChocs rocks!”
  4. You do not have to be a bride/groom/bridesmaid, or know anything about weddings to comment.
  5. Winner will be chosen by lottery. Well, by random.org.
  6. The prize will be emailed to the winner as a promotion code.
  7. No bashing of people…..however, bashing of thoughts is okay (but please try to have constructive criticism)
  8. These rules are subject to change or be added upon (but there is no intent to).
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15 Responses to Epiphany Chocolates Giveaway! So Yummy!

  1. tiffany says:

    Hmm incorporating chocolate into a wedding would be new, I think chocolate carvings of the bride and groom would be pretty sweet =P

  2. Marc says:

    We had a chocolate fountain at our wedding. It was a huge hit. Even to this day, people still tell us how awesome the chocolate fountain was.

  3. Monique says:

    I have not seen chocolate incorporated into a wedding, but I think it would be a great idea, especially the mini bites included in the picture above. It gives the guests an opportunity to easily grab a bite while standing or dancing without too much hassle. It’s also something different than just the traditional wedding cake. I love the idea!

  4. Valentina says:

    I gave chocolates as favors at my wedding, and I love the many ways to personalize this gift to guests:
    -Four chocolate boxed set, wrapped in a ribbon personalized with the couple’s name and wedding date
    -Chocolate personalized with the first letter of the couple’s last name
    -Borrowing from M&M’s, even personalizing the chocolates with a picture of the couple

    There’s also so many other ways to use chocolate for weddings, such as part of the self-serve dessert table where you pack your own favors, or even an “advent calendar” countdown of chocolates until the wedding day.

  5. SoHyun Boo says:

    What if the invitations were made with chocolate paper or chocolate letters.

  6. Helen says:

    I have been to a wedding where the bride and groom set up a candy table during their reception and the guests took variety of candies including chocolate covered gummy bears as the party favor. It was particularly fun picking things that you like. I can always have more chocolate covered gummy bears!

  7. Jackie says:

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen a chocolate-themed wedding, though that sounds like a great idea. I’ve been to weddings where there was a chocolate fountain (yummy) or where chocolate was provided as favors through personalized M&Ms or Hershey Kisses. You can never go wrong with chocolate =)

  8. Sarah says:

    I haven’t seen chocolate incorporated into a wedding, but I’d like to see the prep work and setup process.
    And what about outdoor weddings? I could see big problems.

  9. Calvin says:

    How about utensils made out of chocolate to go with sweet/soft dessert (like cheese cake or panna cotta)

  10. Rob says:

    the only chocolate ive seen that was incorporated into a wedding would at the scott and christine’s wedding they had chocolate fountain which was pretty cool. chocolate power!

  11. Julia says:

    What about a truffle cake? truffles stacked in layers instead of, or in addition to, the wedding cake? Yum!

  12. Jocelyn says:

    Chocolate I’ve seen incorporated into a wedding are mostly what has been commented on–chocolate fountain, candy buffets, and favors. But I did go to a wedding where we could make smores by a fire pit out on a deck at the end of the night!

  13. Cindy says:

    My sister had a chocolate fountain at her wedding. I’ve also seen chocolate used as the wedding favors.

  14. Wesley says:

    For our wedding, we left goody bags at the hotels of our out of town guests. The goody bags included all kinds of snacks, including fun size chocolate bars.

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