Growing 100% natural, biodegradable petals on their Shropshire farm
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We grow, you throw! Here at Shropshire Petals, we have a passion for weddings, especially the confetti shot!
Throwing confetti over a newly married couple is a tradition that has been present in British weddings for over two centuries. Shropshire Petals grow and produce natural petal confetti on their Shropshire farm.
To create the perfect petals all flowers are grown with careful love and attention and delicately handpicked. Petals are 100% natural, biodegradable and eco-friendly and preferred by churches and wedding venues.
Pick and mix your own unique confetti mix online by using our innovative pick and mix tool. Pick colours to match or contrast your wedding theme; have fun playing with colours – what will you choose?
Visit our website which is packed full of ideas, take a peek at our wonderful customer gallery to see our petals in action, read our blog for some wedding inspiration and order a free sample of confetti to see how our petals will add that extra special touch to your wedding day.
Natural petal confetti is not just for throwing over a newly married couple, it can also be used for centrepieces, decoration, favours and petal paths. Why not create a romantic atmosphere by scattering petals in a hot bubble bath to share with your husband on your anniversary.
We grow and produce natural petal confetti on our Shropshire farm. Each petal is delicately handpicked, naturally dried and hand packed to send to happy couples for their wedding day. Our natural petal confetti is 100% biodegradable and eco-friendly. No dyes are ever added to our petals.
Our petals are available in an array of colours, in a variety of petal types. We have small delphinium and wildflower petals, as well as freeze-dried rose and hydrangea petals. Pick and mix from all of the colours and petals to create a unique mix to match or contrast your wedding theme.
We also grow wheat, from which, we make our beautiful wheat sheaves. These are perfect for table centrepiece decorations, placed down the aisle at the end of pews and even as bouquets for that extra natural touch.