The Confetti Field on Film!

We are delighted to reveal this lovely little video made by Worcestershire media accompany Conteur! They have really captured the beauty of our fabulous Confetti Field. Above all, they have encapsulated who we are and what we do. We all love our flower filled world, and this wonderful corner of England we get to call home. It makes us so happy to be able to share it with people each summer. We hope you enjoy the film!

The Petal People x

UPDATE – Award Winner!

In November 2020 our beautiful little video won a Royal Television Society Award as best promotional film! We are very proud of Conteur for this big accolade. They beat out the BBC and Sky amongst others!

Wick Confetti Field from the air with view to Bredon Hill
Charles Hudson in the Wick Confetti Field
Wick Confetti Field at dawn

Information for the press –

The Confetti Flower Field is a uniquely beautiful location on the Wyke Manor Estate in rural Worcestershire, England.

This award winning film will take you on a trip around the estate. You will find out the story of one of Britain’s most unusual (and colourful!) businesses… Owner, Charles Hudson, explains a little about The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company, who we are and the motivation behind what we do.

Captured by Conteur and filmed in summer 2019. The Real Flower Petal Confetti Company sell their natural, biodegradable wedding confetti via their website – Because the confetti is dried, it makes it available all year round. Their home grown, handpicked, air dried flower petals are an extremely eco-friendly and sustainable wedding choice.

The confetti moment is a quintessential wedding day experience! It traditionally marks the start of the celebrations after the formal ceremony is complete. It’s quite magical to take your first steps as a married couple under a flurry of pretty petals thrown by all your loved ones! It will be a memory to treasure forever.

The Confetti Flower Field is open to the public for 10 days each summer when the flowers are in full bloom. Dates vary a little depending on the weather. Therefore, please visit the Flower Field page on the website to see all the visiting information.

For further information please contact the estate office on

Written 06/02/2020