Different options of how to preserve your bouquet

Bouquet preservation is a wonderful way to keep memories of a special event or moment alive forever. Whether it’s a wedding, graduation, or simply a bouquet given by a loved one, preserving your bouquet can help you remember that moment for years to come. In this blog post, we’ll explore several methods of bouquet preservation, including resin preservation.

  1. Air-drying: This is a simple and cost-effective way to preserve your bouquet. Simply hang your bouquet upside down in a cool, dry place for several weeks until it's completely dry. Air-drying works best for sturdy, long-lasting blooms, such as roses and daisies.

  2. Pressing: This method works best for delicate flowers, such as lilacs and violets. To press your flowers, place them between sheets of paper and put heavy books on top of the paper. Leave the flowers in the press for several weeks until they're completely dried.

  3. Professional preservation: If you’re looking for a more permanent solution, professional preservation may be the right choice for you. Your bouquet can be preserved in a shadow box or turned into a piece of artwork. This method involves preserving your flowers with a specialized solution, ensuring that they will last for years to come.

  4. Resin preservation: Resin preservation is a newer and increasingly popular method for preserving bouquets. This method involves encasing your flowers in a clear, durable resin, creating a beautiful and permanent display. The resin protects the flowers from fading and damage, and it can be shaped and molded into any form, allowing you to create a unique and personalized piece.

When considering resin preservation, it's important to choose a high-quality resin and to work with a professional who has experience with this method. It's also important to allow the resin enough time to cure properly, as rushing this process can result in a less-than-perfect finished product.

In conclusion, bouquet preservation is a wonderful way to keep your memories alive forever. Whether you air-dry, press, have it professionally preserved, or choose resin preservation, there's a method that will suit your needs and help you relive your special moment every time you look at your preserved bouquet.

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