Cloudberry confetti is hand-grown, picked and dried in Scotland from local flowers. This means the confetti has all the beautiful textures and colours of a cutting garden, and is the perfect biodegradable confetti choice for your big day.
Their attention to detail and championing of local product makes these guys one of our favourite Scottish wedding suppliers.
How would you describe your style?
My confetti is eco friendly, biodegradable, natural, colourful and rustic.
What makes you different?
My confetti is different as I make it from a unique combination of flowers I have grown myself in my garden in the Scottish Borders. The confetti is made from flowers such as roses, cornflowers, calendula and larkspur which I grow, pick and then naturally dry to make the confetti. Confetti will vary at different times of the year as different varieties and colours of flowers come in to bloom.
What do you love most about what you do?
I love being able to grow beautiful flowers from tiny seeds to make confetti that can become a special part of a couples day. I feel lucky to be able to enjoy a job working outdoors, with the flowers that I love and having the chance to be creative with them.
What is your favourite part of a wedding?
My favourite part of a wedding is when everyone has the chance to relax and let their hair down dancing. My favourite memories of weddings have been Orcadian Strip the Willow ceilidh dances with everyone from the bride and groom, to grandparents, to the flower girls enjoying the music and dancing.
Where do your prices start?
I make 1 litre bags of confetti which are enough for 10+ handfuls. These bags are £12. I also make individual boxes of confetti for throwing at a wedding which are £3-£5.
How can people contact you?