1. At home, keep your flowers in a vase of shallow water (2-3 inches) in the fridge before hanging them to transport to my studio. Remove all ribbon, charms, rosaries, or special keepsakes added to the arrangement before placing them in water.
2. Flowers must arrive at the studio on hangers as follows...The night before/ day of drop off, remove any excess water from the stems with a paper towel.
3. Take the flowers and hang them either one-by-one or in bunches (no more than 3 flowers per bunch) upside down from a regular clothes hanger using clips/clothespins, ribbon, string (whatever you have on hand that will hold them in place on the hanger). The additional greenery and sprigs should also be hung upside.
See photo below for an example.
4. Once all of the flowers and greenery have been attached to the hangers, keep in a dark, cool, indoor space with low humidity before your scheduled drop off.5. If you haven't already scheduled a drop off please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to do so.
- - - - - - - -
The flowers listed above should be used as a guide. Please remember that flowers are a natural product, and each flower will press and age differently.
Disclaimer: While our highest priority is to preserve sentimental flowers for as long as possible, please keep in mind that there are certain things out of our control. This includes a rare possibility of the flowers containing mold or microorganisms that were present from the start but may not be noticeable throughout the designing process and/or flower discoloration before/after the finished product. Our team takes proactive steps to ensure the flowers are kept from harm of any kind. However, due to flowers being a natural product, each individual flower is unique and will age differently.