Floral preservation has been around for decades but in more recent years it has become very popular for bridal bouquets and sympathy arrangements.
There are two main types of floral preservation
Pressed flowers are an excellent way to preserve flowers into lots of mediums from picture frames to jewellery and even furniture or books. The designs are so varied which is excellent for those wanting to get creative with their preserved flowers.
3D preservation doesnt suit every type of flower and the results will vary every time. When you are working with nature, you are it its mercy but for the most part, we can preserve flowers to look almost the same as when fresh.
During the drying and preserving process flowers will change colour and shape. It is near impossible to maintain the flowers exactly as they were so please bare this in mind. Reds often go a reddish-purple and whites go a beige-grey. Petals may shrink or curl slightly but we do our best to make each flower resemble its original form.
When considering floral preservation, please dont leave it to the last minute if possible. We always advise a simple chat in person or by phone to discuss what flowers you are having and which method may be the best option for you. Then we can advise on what steps to take prior to handing your flowers to us.
You can cancel the order any time in writing. If there is a problem with your finished product, please contact us immediately to discuss and see if a resolution is possible.
If you cancel the order within 14 days of ordering, a full refund of monies paid will be issued.
If you cancel after this time or no longer want the finished product, you will be entitled to a 75% refund of any monies paid, subject to the return of the frame. 25% shall be retained to cover our labour and material costs required to produce the picture.
Please see our galleries for examples of previous work and contact us to discuss how we can help.