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Hidden Treasures from The National Wedding Show

From hangover curing wedding favours to wooden drop box guest lists – we were inspired by some of the unique products on display at this year’s National Wedding Show.  Here are some of our favourite finds…

confetti shropshire petals

Biodegradable Eco-friendly Confetti – The colourful array of confetti jars immediately stopped us in our tracks. With a unique “pick your own” concept, we questioned whether we were at a wedding show or in a sweet shop.  Shropshire Confetti offers a stunning an array of natural confetti which can be personalised to order dependent on your wedding theme or colour choice.

Faust’s Potions – A magic potion to stop that dreaded “morning after” feeling.  We couldn’t quite believe it either! Presented in a compact box, the pack contains an “asleep” and an “awake” potion, which reduce those hangover symptoms. A quirky and memorable wedding favour, which is sure to keep your guests feeling fresh.

Fausts Potions with PackShot

Wall Treasure – A brilliant idea to add to your gift list; a collage of photos put together in the shape of your honeymoon destination.  Such a beautiful and elegant way to display your honeymoon pictures.  Treasure on the wall provides unique wedding gifts which are perfect for the modern couple.

honeymoon wall art

Macaroon Favours – Presented in transparent circular and heart shaped bubbles, these macaroons immediately caught our eye as an alternative to traditional wedding favours. A cute variation which can be personalised to reveal your personality or match your theme or colour scheme.


Drop top guest book – A truly unique idea, these wooden guest books by The Wedding Tree are an unusual alternative to the traditional paper book. Guest books are often forgotten soon after the wedding, but with this framed wooden box, you can remember your wedding guests and their well wishing thoughts every day.

the wedding tree


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