Dried flowers inspiration

Dried flowers inspiration

Some dried flowers inspiration and ideas

Our dry florals include bunches, stems, lavender and confetti petals, pressed flowers, potpourri and other dry plants which are used for home decor, craft and weddings.

Here are some information pages from around our shop - these are articles not shown in the main menu.

 

Dried flower bunches

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Dry wildflowers - informal blooms which give that natural meadow look.

Cottage garden bunches - dried flowers with a traditional feel.

From our own Sussex workshop - we dry a lot of flowers ourselves during the summer months - best choice May to October.

Choosing bunches - blooms, grasses and seed heads for home decor, weddings and your own hand-tied bouquets and arrangements.

Hand-tied bouquets - we have reduced our range of these but some bunches still make a great gift!

How flowers are dried - find out more about how your bunches and petals were produced, and how much is do-able at home.

 

Dried lavender

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Choosing dry lavender grains - we think our lavender is some of the best you can get for making lavender bags, sachets and potpourri. It mixes well with soothing chamomile or relaxing hops for aromatherapy, or even rose petals for a fragrant confetti.

About our other lavender products such as bunches, essential oils and ready-made sachets.

 

Seasonal dry flowers

Spring - fresh, bright and floral items.

Autumn - warm colours, bonfire night and Halloween!

Seasonal - we switch this page around depending on the time of year.

Christmas - natural crafts, gifts and decorations.

 

Floral gifts

Valentines Day is all hearts and roses.

Teacher presents - little affordable gift ideas.

Mothers Day - dried flower bunches, scented sachets and treats.

Scented gifts such as natural potpourri, fragrance oil and lavender bags.

 

Pressed flowers

Pressing our own UK flowers - find out more about how we started pressing our own.

 

Dry wedding blooms

Choosing wedding confetti petals - single colours of confetti or mixed? Dried roses or delphinium petals?

Roses and weddings - roses and weddings go hand in hand.

Wedding decor planning - choosing dried flowers for your big day.

Choosing dried rose buds for use in potpourri, wedding venue and table decorations or even confetti.

 

Our flowers elsewhere on the internet

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Ruth's driedflowercraft.co.uk blog has loads of DIY ideas and makes for dried flowers. The top image on this page was taken from this site - from a bouquet project in shades of pink. The image above shows a few other projects on the blog: how to dry bunches, bouquet making, DIY pressed flowers and craft ideas with pressed flowers, using silica gel, and potpourri making recipes and tips. There is also a wide range of lavender crafts on the site.

Check us out at daisyshopUK on Instagram and we're also on Facebook (search daisyshop.co.uk), and Twitter (daisyshopUK).

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Our Instagram page is our favourite as it concisely showcases our most vibrant dried flower pics, combining products from the shop with post updates from Ruth's blog.

Dried flowers at pinterest.com/ruthdaisy or search ruthdaisy. Pinterest is a great way to collect your favourite pics and ideas in one place, for example to plan a wedding or a room makeover. We have a massive selection of dried flower photos and ideas with over 300,000 views per month. Check out director Ruth's favourite pins from around the shop and blog and elsewhere.

 

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Information pages

Dry floral FAQ - commonly asked questions about our lavender, bunches, potpourri making and confetti.

How we started out in dry flowers - how our range developed over 20 years trading.

About us including our social media links.

Help pages - Shop FAQ, Contact info, Environmental policy, T&C, Privacy, Delivery, Cookies etc.

Promotional products - year round bundle offers and discounts.

 

Image credit - filling lavender bags - Thomas Skovsende for Prima magazine UK.