The traditional Wimbledon colours are purple and dark green, so we decided to make some bunting to celebrate the event. Our Wimbledon colours bunting is ideal for decorating your very own Henman Hill, Murray Mount or more aptly, Federer Field and contemplating what could have been (again)!
Our second bunting, made in honour of the favourite fruit at Wimbledon, is called strawberries on the lawn bunting and has alternate green gingham and strawberries on white fabric pennants. The colours are bright and fresh and would be ideal for garden parties.
Maybe we don't have the world's number one tennis player, but we can still hang out the bunting and celebrate in style.
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