Elysia Mini Bouquet

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£9.59 £15.99

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At The Last Bunch we always say your flowers will last as long as you want them to! Strong colours will fade over time with exposure to sunlight. So keep them out of the sun and blow the dust off every few weeks to keep them looking their best for longer.

We are partnered with the internationally renowned charity Bees For Development with every beequet purchased we donate £1.00 to help support Bees For Development with their fabulous work.

Just 12 cm in height and 5 cm in width these are truly mini bouquets. As displayed they look gorgeous on bookshelves, mantle pieces or desks. A Little pop of colour to brighten up the day.


These are the cutest bouquets I've ever seen and it feels so good knowing my money is going to a good cause.

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Billions of the world's bees are in danger.

A recent study shows that a quarter of all known bee species haven’t been seen in 30 years.

Bees are key to human existence and without them, we simply wouldn’t survive. According to WWF, One out of every three mouthfuls of food is dependent on pollinators, and almost 90% of wild plants and 75% of leading global crops depend on animal pollination

Paying homage to our horticultural pollinators.

The global charity Bees for Development helps some of the world’s poorest people become self-sufficient through beekeeping.

All their work is based on an understanding of the interlinked and sustaining relationship between bees and flowering plants. Bees for Development harness the power of bees to create less poverty and more biodiversity.

Mini Bouquets.  Everlasting Flowers.  Biodiversity.


To raise awareness of the environmental impact of the cut-flower industry, and how this affects the world’s bees, we at The Last Bunch have created the world’s first preserved miniature bouquets for bees, AKA ‘beequets’  in partnership with beekeeper charity, Bees for Development.

Each tiny bouquet is lovingly crafted from preserved bee-attracting flower varieties that were just about to be thrown away. From nigella flowers to chrysanthemums, our delicate beequets use colours that help attract pollinators, with each stem symbolising the need to think more sustainably when buying fresh cut-flowers.


When I first saw this on TikTok I thought it was a joke! These mini flowers are so cute I bought one for my sister to cheer her up after a long week

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