My dried flower wreaths and dried flower bouquets are created using my own flowers from my flower garden, which I have dried for use in my own creations.

The wreath bases are made from locally sourced willow or purchased metal frames.

The wreaths and bouquets are all unique in that they have a mix of dried flower stems that I choose to work with for that creation. The dried flower wreaths pictured here on this page are all examples of my creations.

The wreaths and bouquets that I currently have available are detailed individually on the Shop page. If there is a particular colour theme or wreath/bouquet type that you are interested in, but not shown on the shop page, please use the contact page and I may be able to accommodate your request depending on my dried flower stock at the time.

Dried Flower wreaths and dried flower bouquets can be posted within the British mainland only, or can be collected at an arranged time if you are local to Copthorne.

Why Whorls?

A whorl is a botanical term that means a radial arrangement of leaves, sepals, petals, stamens and carpels. There are 4 whorls in each flower. As flowers are so intricate, beautiful and many have the most delicious scent, I was inspired by a word that captured all of these elements.