For a small window each year, the beautiful Real Flower Petal Confetti Fields open their doors to the public. This year we managed to take a visit on their last opening day and boy, was it worth it!
Based just outside of Evesham, the farm is home to acres and acres of farmland and of course flower fields – this year 14 acres of delphiniums and cornflowers to be precise. As many venues and churches have banned the use of normal confetti, the idea behind the Real Flower Petal Confetti is just as its name would suggest – by using real flowers, the confetti is biodegradable and therefore much more environmentally friendly! Amazingly the confetti is all picked by hand and shipped out across the world! Impressive to say the least!
I had seen lots of pictures and heard lots of reviews of the fields which is primarily why I wanted to visit but to be honest, I couldn’t have imagined just how many flowers there would be! A truly ‘Instaworthy’ place, it was also just nice to see so many different generations enjoying the flowers. Yes there were lots of people taking lots of photos, but there were also families playing outside, grandparents strolling through the fields, and plenty of students enjoying the first days of their summer break.
We only visited for a couple of hours, if that, but it was just long enough to snap some pictures of the toddler in her element, and of course grab an ice cream at the Confetti Fields!
At £2.50 per person (and under 6s free), it was a super cheap and easy way to spend the day outside and it will definitely be on the list of must-do things next summer.
For more info, or to order your very own confetti then go and take a look at the Real Flower Petal Confetti website here. I’ll definitely be ordering some for upcoming weddings!