You can’t contain your excitement – you have recently got engaged and have already shared the big news with your loved ones. Now it’s time to ask those closest to you to be part of your bridal squad. To help you pop the question in style, biodegradable confetti company Shropshire Petals has branched out and launched their brand new “Will you be my…” Confetti Pops. There is a pop available for you to ask your maid of honour, bridesmaids, flower girls and pageboy to be a part of Team Bride!
These gorgeous “Will you be my…” Confetti Pops make a perfect gift to pop inside a surprise package full of exciting treats your loved one adores. For your maid of honour and bridesmaids you could add their favourite soap, lip balm or sweets together with their “Will you be my…” Confetti Pop. For your flower girls and pageboy, why not include an item they could wear on the big day, like a little bracelet or bow tie? What better way to make the moment feel extra special!
Once you have your official bridal squad, get them to put their pop to the test. Simply remove the lid, hold the confetti pop up high and flick out the slow falling natural petal confetti inside. The pops make a great keepsake they can re-use over and over again.
Confetti Cannons are fast becoming the new confetti craze, especially when filled with natural petal confetti. Earlier this year, Shropshire Petals launched their fantastic, fun Confetti Cannons. Holding the same amount of confetti as it would take for 10 guests to throw, customers loved them so much they suggested a smaller version should be available too.
So, Shropshire Petals has just launched a Medium Confetti Cannon. Filled with 0.3 litres of confetti, around 3-5 handfuls, they’re perfect for getting more of your guests to fire during your confetti moment.
How to Use
Each Confetti Cannon is filled with your choice of natural petal confetti. Choose from one of the recommended mixes or create your own unique confetti combination by using the Pick & Mix selector online.
2018 is going to be a wonderful year for colourful weddings if the Pantone colours for spring are anything to go by. The one colour that stands out is the colour of the year, Ultra Violet. Vibrant, playful and bold, lots of couples will want to incorporate this intriguing colour into their wedding day. From choosing Ultra Violet as your main colour scheme or simply adding hints of the colour, there are plenty of details to choose from for your wedding day. Shropshire Petals share their dried floral Ultra Violet wedding must-haves.
A wedding wouldn’t be complete without the magical confetti moment. When it comes to finding a confetti mix for an Ultra Violet wedding you can choose a block colour, a mix of different purple shades, or a purple shade combined with ivory or white to make the colours stand out more. Amethyst and Midnight Bloom are two delphinium petals that work wonderfully as throwing confetti for an Ultra Violet wedding. Use our online pick and mix tool to create your own unique confetti mix.
Who wouldn’t love to get married at Christmas? Lots of décor, wood fires, cosy details, Christmas trees and mulled wine! Shropshire Petals has launched some gorgeous new Christmas wedding products, perfect for adding an extra touch of festive magic and sparkle to your big day.
Snowy Confetti Moment
Have yourself a sparkly snowy confetti moment with Snowflake Pops. Choose the Icing Sugar (ivory) confetti mix for a snow-like effect, or for a touch of colour, select Winters Morn (ivory and grey) or Moulin Rouge (ivory and burgundy).
Each Snowflake Pop has a pinch of biodegradable glitter to shimmer and glisten on your photographs. Snowflake Pops are perfect for both your confetti moment or as an alternative to traditional party poppers for your reception.
Colourful Christmas Wedding Table Décor
Add some colour to your reception tables by scattering the Christmas-Inspired Confetti Mix. Featuring red, burgundy, ivory and green, this confetti mix adds texture and a pop of colour.
Scatter on crisp white tablecloths or natural wood trestle tables and team with candles of varying heights for a simple, yet elegant table styling.
Including simple touches of nature is the ideal way to add a chic, rustic feel to your wedding day, and what could be more natural than wheat? Not only does it look beautiful on its own or combined with fresh and dried flowers, it is extremely versatile too. Shropshire Petals shares five wheat wedding styling ideas for your big day.
Wheat Wedding Bouquets and Buttonholes
Wheat sheaves make wonderful alternative wedding bouquets. They don’t wilt and will last for years, making the perfect wedding keepsake to display in your home to remember your day.
Choose from a pre-made wheat sheaf including dried flowers in a range of different colours, or get creative and make your own using a natural wheat sheaf as the base. Add fresh or dried flowers, and ribbon around the stems, styling your wheat wedding bouquet to suit your wedding theme.
Complete the look by choosing wheat buttonholes for your groomsmen and wheat posies for your bridesmaids and flower girls.
Wheat Wedding Aisle Styling
Make your wedding aisle look spectacular by decorating it with wheat. Attach small posies of wheat and lavender, tied with ribbon in your colour scheme, to pew ends or chairs. You could create your own aisle using wheat sheaves with a scattering of natural petal confetti in between to make a rustic petal path.
Wheat Wedding Table Décor
Wheat sheaves or wreaths look wonderful when used as centrepieces on your reception tables. Surround them with elegant candles and tea lights to add some soft lighting.
If you’re having long tables, place several different wheat sheaves down the centre to create one long centrepiece. Complete the look by attaching wheat wreaths to the ends of your long tables, using them as an alternative way to display your table names or numbers.
Create simple yet stylish place settings by tying a few wheat sprigs together with some lavender. Tie a handwritten name tag on for guests to find their seats.
Add a touch of décor to windowsills and other areas around your venue by placing wheat sprigs in glass mason jars with ribbon or hessian tied around. Make your own decorations by creating small bunches of wheat, lavender and dried delphiniums to attach to staircases, marquee poles or even the backs of chairs for your ceremony and reception.
Wheat Wedding Gifts
Give your parents and bridal party wheat sheaves or wreaths as thank you gifts rather than fresh flowers. They will last for years and you can add personalised touches for each recipient. This will give them a memento of your wedding day after the celebrations are over.
Wheat is the perfect way to include a touch of nature on your wedding day. Shop the full range at www.shropshirepetals.com.