(Closed) Preserving Your Bouquet

posted 8 years ago in Flowers
Post # 3
2681 posts
Sugar bee

My Mother-In-Law helped preserve my bouquet,  she had these crystals that she bought at a craft store that are used specifically for preserving flowers.  She dumped some in an airtight container and then put my bouquet in and then put the crystal/powder over the top of it and inside the petals.  After a couple weeks (mine stayed in 4 months until my SIL’s wedding) you can take it out and its totally dried and preserved.  I have it displayed in a vase on my cabinet shelf and no petals or leaves have fallen off at all (its been about 6 months since we took it out).

Post # 5
2681 posts
Sugar bee

I have a couple at home of it going in the box before it was dried after, I can take a pic of it now when I get home later and post it on here.

Post # 7
5 posts
  • Wedding: October 2011

For a very different take on this concept check out http://www.flowersintopaintings.com.  This is really unique.  I have seen one in person and it is amazing.

Post # 8
168 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

I’ve had this picture saved on my computer since I got engaged. I wish I knew where the picture was from/who it belonged to, because I love this! I really want to know details about that frame.

Post # 9
436 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: December 2009

My sister had this done something like this website: http://www.timelessblooms.com

I remember I had to take her bouquet for her right away to a place in town that did it so the bouquet was fresh.

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