I’ve recently seen some lovely ideas for preserving wedding flowers. Drying and pressing flowers has long been a way of preserving your wedding flowers, but I really love the idea of framing your whole bouquet to display.
Precious Petals are a family run business based in Bramley, near Basingstoke and Reading.
They were asked to preserve the wedding bouquet for the Countess of Wessex, and offer a personal touch for all of their customers, royalty or not.
Flowers can be pressed or presented three dimensionally to stunning effect.
They can even be presented as a beautiful paperweight.
In the US, Mountain View Freeze Dry present wedding bouquets in stunning frames, complete with a photo from your wedding day, or even with your toasting flutes.
A bride’s bouquet is such an integral part of her whole ensemble and I opted for silk roses as I really wanted to be able to keep my bouquet as a memento of the day. Being able to freeze dry and preserve your bouquet in this way is both beautiful and convenient.
For the study, or as a table centrepiece, these flower domes are gorgeous.
Now your wedding flowers can be timeless.