While Wonder doesn’t take itself too seriously as a brand, when it comes to our environmental and sustainability policy we DO take that very seriously indeed. Nature has provided us with the most wonder-ful world, and we want to keep it that way. That’s why we continue to work on developing the most sustainable solutions possible throughout our products and supply chain.
Recyclable – A material that can be recycled can be re-engineered into something new, instead of going to landfill.
Biodegradable – A material that can be broken down by microorganisms into organic matter. How long something takes to break down can depend on the material itself and conditions such as temperature and humidity.
Compostable – Similar to biodegradable but going one step further, compostable materials provide nutrients to soil once they have broken down.
Boxes - All Wonder’s boxes are recyclable. Our Introduction box and FREE vase box are made from recycled cardboard and our weekly water resistant craft cardboard arrangement delivery boxes are fully recyclable also.
Vases - Our FREE vases are made from recycled glass.
Cellophane - All the cellophane we use is fully recyclable.
Ribbon - The satin ribbon we use to tie your flowers in place in the box is made from re-cycled material.
Elastic String - The elastic string used to bind your weekly bouquets is fully recyclable.
Gel bags - The gel bags we use at the base of your arrangements are fully recyclable.
Boxes - All the boxes Wonder use are biodegradable.
Cellophane - All the cellophane Wonder use is biodegradable
Flowers & foliage - All the flowers and foliage in Wonder’s weekly flowers arrangements are fully compostable and will add nutrients to the soil once they have broken down.
We take positive steps to source flowers from as near to home as possible reduce carbon emissions. That’s why whenever possible we buy U.K grown flowers for all our arrangements.
Wonder aim to be carbon negative by 2024, and as an organisation we have already undertaken to start down the path of reducing our carbon emissions.