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FAQ 

Q: When should I drop off my bouquet?

A: The sooner the better!

For best results, we recommend dropping the flowers off twenty- hours after your event. To help keep flowers fresh cut the stems off about half an inch at an angle and put them in fresh water. Keep them in water and out of direct sunlight until you can overnight ship them. Forty-eight hours is the maximum that I can take the flowers otherwise they will not preserve well. 

The condition in which we receive the flowers plays a vital role in the quality of the preservation. Some flowers dry better than others. If there is browning on the flowers they cannot  be used. Due to the nature of flowers, they can have bruises from being  handled all day at the wedding, packaging and shipping, floral design etc. even if you don't notice it, through the drying process and the resin, it can become more apparent. Bruising on petals can show up as  translucent spots.

Q: Can you preserve already dried flowers?

A:Yes, but I cannot change the shape, or color of them. The flowers will not be as vibrant as the other fresh flowers sent to me to be professionally dried but still a great way to preserve your memory! 

Q:What is your turnaround time?

A: It can take up to six months to finish a piece. The flower drying process takes 4 weeks to dry. Then the  resin must be poured in layers so that it doesn't burn the flowers.

 

Q:How will my flowers look?

A: Flowers are subject to change colors due to the drying process, particularly red and white flowers, White roses tend to turn ivory or off white, Red roses can turn into a dark,  burgundy color.  Also the condition we receive the flowers greatly impacts the way they preserve. Bruising on petals can show up as translucent spots on the petals. The best way to avoid bruising on flowers is to use high quality flowers and to take extra good care of your flowers before they make it to me.  Like keeping out of the sun not and putting them in water as soon as possible. If flowers  are in  foam they tend to brown a lot quicker.

We try our best to minimize bubbles, however  due to the  chemical reaction in resin  sometimes unavoidable.  This product is handmade art and imperfections are possible. 

Q: Do you do artificial flowers?

A: Yes!

Q:Is there an order minimum?

A: Yes, there is a $200 order minimum

When should I book?

A: Summer months are busy and we can only accept so many orders so the sooner the better but we do accept last minute orders. You can book in advance and put a deposit down that will go towards your final order or you can order now and pay the full amount before drop off.

Q: Where are you located?

A:We are located in Orem, Utah. We do accept flowers from out of state but they must be overnighted for them to survive. which can be pricey.  Please follow  the shipping instructions on how to properly mail them so they do not get ruined.

Q: How to care for my resin piece?

 A: To clean  your piece use a soft, microfiber cloths and alcohol. Keeping your pieces  away from direct sunlight  helps the resin stay clearer for longer. All  resin can amber over time.  To help with this we use a high quality, resin that has UV inhibitors. Even if a piece ambers/yellows it does  not take away from the preservation but gives it a unique vintage look.  

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