Wedding confetti is one of those things that you don’t really think about until you need it. And when you do need it, you want it to be perfect. But what is wedding confetti, exactly? Traditionally, wedding confetti is made from paper or tissue. But our biodegradable wedding confetti is made from real dried petals! That means that it’s not only beautiful, but it’s also eco-friendly. If you’re looking for something special and unique for your big day, look no further than our biodegradable wedding confetti. Made from real dried petals, it’s both beautiful and eco-friendly.
What is natural biodegradable wedding confetti?
If you’re looking for eco-friendly wedding confetti that will degrade naturally and quickly, our natural biodegradable wedding confetti is perfect for you! Made from real dried petals, our biodegradable wedding confetti is 100% natural and will break down in around 4-6 weeks. Plus, it’s completely safe for both humans and animals, so you can be sure your guests (and the environment) will be happy!
The process of making biodegradable confetti from real petals
Our biodegradable wedding confetti is made from real dried petals! The process is simple and only requires a few supplies.
What you'll need:
-a coffee grinder or food processor
1. Start by gathering your dried petals. You can dry them yourself, or purchase them pre-dried.
2. Once you have your petals, it's time to start chopping! Using scissors, cut the petals into small pieces. The smaller the pieces, the better they will blend in the coffee grinder or food processor.
3. Add the chopped petals to the coffee grinder or food processor and pulse until they are a fine powder. Be careful not to overdo it, or you'll end up with confetti that's toofine and will blow away in the wind!
4. That's it! Your biodegradable confetti is ready to use. Simply sprinkle it over your desired area and enjoy!
Best types of flowers to use for biodegradable confetti
There are a variety of flowers that can be used for biodegradable confetti, but some work better than others. Dried petals are ideal, as they will break down quickly and provide nutrients to the soil. Roses, lavender, and marigolds are all good choices.
If you want your confetti to have a bit more colour, you can use dried flower heads. Chrysanthemums and daisies work well for this purpose. Just make sure to remove the stem before using them.
No matter what type of flower you use, make sure it is completely dry before using it as confetti. Otherwise, it will just turn into a soggy mess!
How to store your dried petals
To ensure your natural confetti last as long as possible, store them in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. An airtight container is ideal, but if you're using a vase or other container with an opening, wrap the opening loosely with plastic wrap or cheesecloth to keep dust and moisture out.