Friday, July 14, 2017

Kristen's Soft Romantic Bridal Bouquet ~

 Soft and romantic bridal bouquet of blush pink Roses and Stock, 
ivory Roses, white Calla Lilies, Hydrangea, Ranunculus and Sweet Pea, 
Baby Blue Delphinium Silver Dollar Eucalyptus and Dusty Miller! 
 Floral Design by: 2Birds Events, St. Petersburg, FL
 Kristen chose to have her bridal bouquet and the grooms boutonniere 
mounted on a "Barely Pink" background and in a gold 11x14" frame!

Scrapbook Squares are little 2" square pieces of Pressed Flower Art from left over petals. 
Here is a blush pink Rose and a white Ranunculus with a few petals of Delphinium.

 Everything arrived yesterday and it is beautiful! Thank you so much for all of your hard work! I love it and we can't wait to find the perfect spot to display it in our new house! Thanks again! ~Kristen

Thank YOU Kristen, for the joy of preserving your bouquet! ~Annie, Pressed Garden

Monday, July 3, 2017

Kelly's Romantic Bridal Bouquet ~*

Kelly's romantic bridal bouquet of Peony, Roses, Rununculus, Lisianthus, 
Sweet Pea, Eucalyptus. 

Floral Design by: Stella at Sixpence Floral. 

Photo Credit: Christine Carroll Photography

 Kelly chose to have her bouquet pressed and preserved on a 
"barely pink" background and in an 11x14" antique white frame!

Kelly, I loved preserving your wedding flowers! ~Annie, Pressed Garden

I love you forever...

Sometimes the stories of my customers really move me...

Marissa and her mom brought these roses to me for preservation.
When her dad was really sick, he went to the flower shop and 
ordered a dozen roses to be delivered to his daughter each month
after his death, for one year.  This was the last bouquet.
 Marissa wanted a butterfly made from her roses and a few rose buds
fashioned to decorate her dad's card at the bottom
The flowers are mounted on a clear blue background and in
an 11x14" barnwood frame.
I'd be lying, if I said that this order didn't make me cry.  It did.
What a loving gesture!
A heart-shaped beveled glass ornament was made from left over petals.
Thank you, Marissa, for the pleasure of preserving your flowers.
Sometimes flowers are worth more than the cost of them.
Sometimes they just need to last forever. ~Annie