Confetti Natural Biodegradeable Petals, White (Dried Larkspur) BRITISH FLOWERS

£13.95 Inc. VAT per litre

79 in stock

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Dried Ivory Larkspur Delphinium Petals which are 100% biodegradable, natural and eco-friendly with no added dyes.

1 Litres (approx. 10-12 handfuls)
5 Litres (approx. 50-60 handfuls)
10 Litres (approx. 100-120 handfuls)

Store away from direct sunlight and damp conditions. Stores for 12-18 months

The product comes packaged in a clear bag for easy handling.

Make your wedding day unforgettable with our premium quality natural confetti made from British delphinium petals. Our natural confetti is a sustainable, biodegradable, and environmentally friendly option that will add a touch of elegance and charm to your special day.

Our delphinium petals are carefully handpicked and naturally dried to retain their delicate texture, shape, and colour, giving you a stunning and long-lasting display. The soft and romantic pastel hues of our delphinium petals create a beautiful confetti that complements any wedding theme or colour scheme.

Our natural confetti is easy to use and requires minimal preparation. Each pack contains approximately 1 litre of confetti, enough for 10-12 handfuls, making it ideal for smaller weddings or intimate ceremonies. Our natural confetti is non-staining, so you can use it indoors or outdoors without worrying about any damage or stains on your wedding attire or venue.

Choosing our natural confetti is not only a beautiful and romantic gesture but also an eco-friendly one. Unlike synthetic confetti, which can harm the environment and wildlife, our natural confetti is biodegradable and will not leave any traces behind.

Make your wedding day even more special with our natural confetti grown from British delphinium petals. Order now and let us help you create the wedding of your dreams!

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