Top tips for storing your Confetti at home!

Updated: Feb 1

Hello there, I hope everyone is well.

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As you can imagine, we have had so many brides and grooms contact us over the last few weeks letting us know that, unfortunately, their wedding date has been affected by the current epidemic.

If you have already received your Adamapple Confetti order and your wedding date has had to be moved, storing your confetti at home requires some simple (but important) steps!

Keep your confetti sealed in its original outer packaging where possible.

Seal the confetti in its outer packaging inside an airtight container. A Tupperware tub will be perfect.

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If you have already opened your confetti and the petals aren't sealed in their original packet, just pop them in a sandwich bag and seal it up. Then pop them inside your airtight container.

Your confetti packets or pouches should be treated the same. Keep them in their outer packet if possible, and seal them in an airtight tub.

Once your confetti is airtight, you will need to keep it in a COOL, DRY and DARK place. The back of a wardrobe or drawer should be fine. Ideally the temperature needs to be kept below 15 degrees celcius.

To keep their petals looking their best they must not be exposed to bright sunlight because the colours will fade. They must be kept try and cool so they do not start to biodegrade prematurely.

If you don't have an airtight container to hand, keep your confetti inside a cardboard box instead and then follow the same storage tips as earlier. COOL, DARK & DRY.

I hope this helps. If you have any other questions, please don't hesitate to get in touch via Facebook, Instagram or Email

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Team Adamapple are sending warm wishes to you all. Take care, wash your hands and stay indoors! We can't wait to see all of your Autumn/Winter and 2021 wedding confetti shots. Stay safe.


Here's a bonus little video if you want a little chuckle. Trying to film a simple video from home is not as easy as it looks when you have cats!

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