Natural dried flowers form the basis of our selection. Because roses and weddings are so interconnected, we have combined them into a single Rose and wedding category. For example, what is more natural than dried rose petal confetti? But our range includes many other dried flower petals - follow the links below to find out about our most popular ranges:
Dried flower bunches are so useful for wedding decorations as they can be sourced well in advance and stored if necessary. Why not buy a few bunches and mix-and-match around the venue for an informal look. For country style weddings, try mixing with some dried grasses in a mixture of jugs and vases. Dried flowers can make a beautiful bridal bouquet, and can be kept as a memory of your special event. The photo above shows a rose dried flower bunch in bright red, but dark red, pink and ivory are also available seasonally. For some years, our director Ruth has been involved in dried wedding flowers, and recommends a combination of dried wheat, lavender and pink delphinium stems for a simple informal look that can be achieved at home.
Other info pages:
How to make dry flowers | About our dried lavender | More lavender products
More about dried rose buds | Our dried flower bunches | About our dry flower shop
More about our natural wedding confetti petals