Confetti Flower Fields 2014
|Colourful views to Bredon Hill. (Photograph: Andy Poppleton)|
|The delphiniums echoing the colour of the sunset (Photograph: Ian Vaux)|
|The perfect place to be on a summer's day! (Photograph: Tammie Louise Cornish)|
|A close up of the vivid colours (Photograph: Chloe Field)|
This year we have planted a 25 acre field (twice the usual size!) so it is a spectacular sight. The views change as you walk around the field with Pershore Abbey and Bredon Hill providing a beautiful backdrop to the flowers.
Worcestershire is wonderful county and in July we are sure we can offer the best views in England. If you'd like to come and have a look then give us a call - 01386 555045.
|Pershore Abbey peeping out from the blanket of Pale Pink Delphiniums|
|Views across the flowers to Bredon Hill|
|Cera enjoying the flowers (Photograph: Geoff Robinson)|
|The stripes of different coloured flowers in the summer sunshine|
|The flower are 4-5 foot tall and Cera is well hidden! (Photograph: Geoff Robinson)|
|A pink delphinium stem in full bloom|
|These flowers will become Azure Blue confetti petals|
|Stray colours that pop up make for great photos!|
|In the top corner of the field is a peaceful blue area with views to Pershore Abbey|
|A cornflower looks magnificent in the evening sunshine|
We love it when visitors to the flowers share their photos with us - if you get some great pictures please share them with us on our Facebook page - tag us and use the #flowerfields!
We have also had a lot of interest from professional photographers this year who are keen to use the flowers as a beautiful backdrop for photo shoots. Worcestershire photographer Tammie Louise Cornish captured some fabulous moments amongst the flowers...
|Amy and Josie enjoying the delphiniums (Photograph: Tammie Louise Cornish)|
|Baby Barney loves the flowers! (Photograph: Tammie Louise Cornish)|
|Sofina and Charlie share a moment (Photograph: Tammie Louise Cornish)|
And local photographer Chloe Field captured some beautiful shots of the delphiniums whilst working with her clients...
|A majestic Azure Blue Delphinium stand straight and tall (Photograph: Chloe Field)|
|A mix of different coloured stems (Photograph: Chloe Field)|
|Flowers reaching high for the sky (Photograph: Chloe Field)|
But we don't plant the flowers for fun - we are a working farm and to us they are a crop that needs to be harvested like wheat or barley. Our team of pickers are hard at work gathering petals - they are all hand picked and then dried naturally in the sunshine to become our beautiful, natural and 100% biodegradable wedding confetti.
|Petal pickers at work in the field. (Photograph: Geoff Robinson)|
|A rainbow mix of our Delphinium Confetti Petals in our handmade Cones|
You choose your own pretty blend of colours on our website, we pack up your order by hand and send it out with the postman - it's sure to be the most eco-friendly element of your wedding!
|The confetti petals in action! (Photograph: Sam Pelly)|
For more information and to buy some confetti visit - www.confettidirect.co.uk
To see more pictures from 2013 click here.
Have a great summer everyone!
The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company x
|Simply magical (Photograph: Ian Vaux)|
All other uncredited imagery by The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company.
If you would like to use these images please ask permission where there is a link to the photographer and where there is not please credit the appropriate photographer and link back to www.confettidirect.co.uk - Thank you.