Have you ever wondered what to do with your flowers after your wedding? For instance, save them for a few days, give it to a friend, hang it upside down to dry. After all, you have spent months meticulously planning your wedding. As a result, no detail went untouched. Most importantly, you want to save and cherish these memories. Let us help you with one more detail. Preserving your wedding bouquet.
Preserve your wedding bouquet
Teresa, the founder of Floral Preservation Co. has a passion for preserving florals. As a result, she has worked years perfecting this process. She believes flowers evoke emotion and memories. Subsequently, she wants to help you remember every detail of the day you were married. Recently she worked with a new bride on this project. First they saved her wedding florals. Second, they gathered her wedding party for a fun crafty afternoon. Next, together they preserved the bouquets and table florals using Floral Preservation Co.’s patent-pending kit. The great thing about this kit is you can do it at home. Similarly, family members or friends preserve these memories for you, while you are away on your honeymoon.
Microwave your flowers
That’s right, we said microwave your flowers. One of the steps of preserving your wedding flowers, is to put them in the microwave. By following the steps in the kit, you will retain the vibrancy of your bouquet. To sum it up, they will look very similar to when you held them on your wedding day.
Easiest fail-proof method to preserve flowers
Flowers hold powerful memories and emotions. For example, wild flowers from your first date. Or blush roses from your wedding day. Preserve your wedding bouquet in all it’s vibrancy and celebrate the memories for years.