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Wedding Bouquet

Preserve your memories, keep them well,

What you forget, you can never retell.

Louisa May Alcott

  • What is required when I book?
    I will need to know your wedding or event date and half of your total will be due as a deposit upon booking.
  • How will you dry my flowers?
    The best method to dry out flowers is using silica gel. Silica gel are little crystals that work to absorb the moisture from the petals and also helps to retain the majority of the bloom's color.
  • Will the final piece look exactly like my bouquet?
    Not exactly. I will combine all the flowers together and come up with a unique design to transform your bouquet into a beautiful floral preservation.
  • Will all of my flowers be used?
    When I receive your flowers, I will pick out the most beautiful and healthy flowers. If you are wanting to use the majority of your bouquet, I suggest upgrading to a bigger mold. A variety of sizes are available from which to choose.
  • Where should I keep my floral piece?
    Your piece will look beautiful anywhere! We just ask that you keep it out of direct sunlight.
  • My flowers are from years ago. Can you still preserve them?
    Absolutely! This only speeds up the process because the flowers now don't have to go through the "drying out" phase.
  • When should I book?
    The sooner, the better. Preserving flowers is a very time consuming process and when you book in advance, it helps me prioritize my clients, make sure I have enough material and the proper molds.
  • When should I get my flowers to you?
    Up to 3 days after your wedding date. A friend or family member can drop them off, they can be shipped or if you are local, I can meet with you.
  • How long does the process take?
    The total time depends on the size of the mold selected and how many projects you have chosen. Our lead time is 3 to 4 months because the process is not something that can be rushed. Patience is key with preserving.
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