Your bridal bouquet is one of the most treasured memories from your wedding day.
Apart from you, your flowers are the next focus as you walk down the aisle. The colour and flowers are chosen very carefully to set the theme for your wedding day. But how do you preserve the flowers, or more significantly, use the flowers to preserve your beautiful memories of the day.
Currently there are a few limited choices to preserve your bouquet - some of these depend on which flowers are used and if they are kept in perfect condition:
Press the flowers
Dry the flowers -
hang upside down to dry
Epoxy resin - paper weights etc
Professional freeze drying -
or why not try a Sarah Blythe Bouquet Smash!?
When choosing which method to preserve your flowers you need to consider the following:
how long will the colour last?
will the product deteriorate over time?
Will it always look attractive in my home?
will I still love it in 10 years time?
how much will it cost?
does my bouquet need to be keep in perfect condition before preserving?
are there any restrictions on the types of flowers to be preserved?
A Sarah Blythe Bouquet smash:
- uses the petals of the flowers to create an attractive design
- the colours and design are captured digitally
- the unique design can be turned into a photographic art print (most common), a cushion, scarf or any other textile product that can be printed and made for you
- will always look attractive in your home
- can be made into multiple products as gifts or momentos for relatives or others in your bridal party
- can still be made used slightly damaged or flowers beginning to dry
- can be made from any type of flower - some stronger types of petals such as protea will not "smash" as easily so will appear in the design closer to the original flower
- is affordable
We love creating art from wedding bouquets! If you would like to book yours in, head to our booking page for more info and booking form :)