Cupid Collars were created by animal mad Floral Designer and Stylist Jodie who designs and hand makes the silk flower dog collars from her design studio in Surrey UK, shipping worldwide to her canine customers.
Working within weddings and events was where Jodie first noticed a growing trend for pets but particularly dogs at weddings. Pups and pooches as ring bearers, best man or even maid of honour! As a huge dog lover she thought this was a great area to explore and after several trial runs and some product testing by her own furry family, Cupid Collars was born.
Cupid Collars are handmade using high quality silk and foam flowers with luxury satin ribbons. All collars have discreet velcro fastenings that attach to your dog’s current collar, the collar underneath hidden by beautiful blooms, ribbon and a show stopping bow.
The silk flowers are a great alternative to fresh flowers as there are no worries about allergies, they can be worn on multiple occasions and are super lightweight so your dog won’t even know they’re wearing one. Cupid Collars are a super fun product that always creates a great talking point and makes for some very cute photos. Perfect for pets at weddings or for pooches who just like to party!
Cupid Collars can be custom made to match fresh flower displays, bridesmaid dresses or simply something from of your wildest flowery dog dreams. Cupid Collars can be worn for any occasion or simply because your dog is super stylish and special.
Meet the Team
Model, muse and general canine style queen.
Loves anything edible and to remain centre of attention at all times. “I’m pretty much the entire inspiration behind Cupid Collars, I’m kind of a big deal.”
Creator, designer and maker of Cupid Collars.
Lover of all things flowery and devoted owner of two rather fabulous French bull dogs. “I hope you love my Cupid Collars just as much as my pooches and I do!”
Model, muse and campaigner for ‘boys like flowers too’.
Despite his busy role within the Cupid Collars team, behind the scenes he loves the simple life. “Nothing beats finding a lost tennis ball at the park and taking it for a dip in the river”.