Today on International Women's Day, and for the rest of this month, we're celebrating all the women in our lives! Take 20% off throughout March, to support woman owned business, female empowerment and women artists!
In 2022 we were able to raise £318 for our chosen charities that support reforestation of rainforests, communities, female empowerment and indigenous rights. By allocating 1% of all sales, £106 each was donated to Cool Earth, Tree Sisters and Tree Aid, with your phenomenal support. Thank you for your continued backing, which makes this all possible.
Small businesses and our customers have the power to make real impactful and tangible change by supporting LGBTQIA+ communities in 2022 and beyond, with the hope and driving force being a safer and more equitable world for those facing prejudice and discrimination pertaining to their gender identity.
Knowing how to care for your newly purchased dried florals is essential if you want to preserve their condition for as long a possible, and luckily, it is very straight forward too! Here I'll run through the key points to remember when caring for dried botanicals in bouquets, boutonnieres, wall installations and more and keep them at their best for years to come.
Dried flowers have been a huge trend for a few years now, and that's set to continue into 2020 and beyond, due to the sustainable and versatile nature of beautiful dried botanicals. They are a fantastic sustainable alternative to fresh flowers for your wedding or home, which I know is important to us all!