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Show your flowers some love!

Caring For Your Wedding Bouquet

Your wedding day is complete and your flowers are next in line to shine.

 

Before they head off on their overnight journey to our studio, be sure you lovingly tend to them one last time so we’ll get a full appreciation of their beauty they'll be best prepared for preservation. Here's how to provide optimal TLC for your blooms before shipping – just follow these easy instructions!

Tips for Keeping Your Flowers Fresh Prior to Shipping

1.

Hydrate Your Flowers

Give your bouquet the hydration it deserves! If your flowers are in a bouquet holder made of plastic, fill up that spongy green foam with water. Just hold it under running water for a few seconds and shake off any excess afterwards.

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For hand-tied bouquets, cut about half an inch from the bottom of stems before placing them in tall glass – you only need to add around ½ - 1 inch of water and voila: happily hydrated flowers!

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2.

Put Your Bouquet In The Fridge

By refrigerating your flowers before shipping, you're helping to preserve their freshness and beauty.

 

However, do not put your flowers in the freezer! Freezing the flowers will damage the blooms, possibly making them unable to complete the preservation process.

Ready to get your flowers shipped off?

Look no further than around the house - you've got all the packaging supplies that you need. Check out this link for more info and let's send those blooms on their way!

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