Wonderfully Vibrant Dried & Preserved Flowers, Leaves & Grasses From The Petal Patisserie

by Michelle

The Petal Patisserie specialises in dried and preserved flowers that pop straight through your letterbox.  Whether you are looking for a long-lasting pop of colour for your home or a gorgeous floral gift for a loved one, their range of letterbox flower kits provide you with all the ingredients you need to create your own show stopping arrangement.Raspberry Delice Dried Flowers 1

As a qualified Interior Designer, the founder Sarah, combines her knowledge of colour and design with her love for Afternoon Tea,  (and Champagne of course!) to bring you dried flower collections and design, all inspired by sweet treats. They even spritz your packaging with vanilla cake or Champagne perfume for an all round treat for your senses.

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Each bouquet is created by hand in The Petal Patisserie’s floral studio by the sea in West Sussex. All stems are left as long as possible so all you have to do is snip and style them to suit your vase and arrangement style. So get creative and the fab thing is these florals do not need water, so once you’ve arranged them, they’re hassle free, all you have to do is enjoy them.The Birthday Cake Dried Flowers 2

They’ll also make the most stunning cake toppers turning a simple cake into a stylish showstopper. Take a look at our gallery below for more inspiration.Rainbow Cake Dried Flowers Blueberry Muffin Dried Flowers

Berry Sundie Dried Flowers Raspberry Delice Dried Flowers 2Strawberries Champagne Dried Flowers 1The Birthday Cake Dried Flowers 1Raspberry Delice Dried Flowers 3Strawberries Champagne Dried Flowers 2

We hope you love The Petal Patisserie’s contemporary dried flowers as much as we do and you can see so much over in their Not On The High Street store.

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