What Is Bunting?
In the UK, Bunting refers to small decorative flags or pennants joined by rope or cord, used to provide decoration at outdoor events. Think of all the Union Jack bunting you will see at Royal events and you will get the picture.
The term ‘bunting’ originated from the use of cheap, woollen, flexible ‘buntile’ cloth on Royal Navy ships for signal flags going back to the 15th century. The man raising the flags was called a ‘bunt’, or ‘bunter’. Communications Officers on ships are still called ‘Bunts’ to this day.
How big can you make Bunting?
Our Custom Bunting is supplied in 10m lengths. Individual pennants are approximately A4 size in rectangle, triangle or chevron shapes.
How many designs can I have?
We advise up to 3 designs per length.
How do I design my Bunting?
You can use one of our PDF Bunting Templates.