**Due to the nature of this collaboration, all orders will be placed on mcollectives.com to keep things as organized as possible. (Click the link to order.) See below for more information about the Pendants.**
Petal Press Pendants are a unique way to preserve flowers or greenery from any special occasion (wedding, baby, funeral, anniversary, etc). These pressed flower pendants are a collaboration between two Lafayette artists: Mia Sapienza with M Collectives & Arrie Broussard with Petal Press Decor. Each pendant is a custom, hand-made design that perfectly preserves the flowers and greenery in resin & paired with a chain of your choice. Flowers can be given to us fresh OR dried, making these the sweetest keepsake for you and your loved ones!
PLEASE NOTE: Each piece is made based on a first-order, first-make basis. Most orders are completed within 1-2 months of us receiving your order for press time allowance (subject to change based on demand). IF you need to rush your order for any reason, please make a note at checkout. We will do our best to accommodate your needs.
Chain length: 16”-18” dainty gold-filled necklace or 34” necklace in your choice of gold-filled link chain, white Moonstone beaded chain, or grey Labradorite beaded chain
3 pendant designs to choose from: circle, square, antique oval
We will design each pendant in a way that looks best with the flowers/greenery given to us unless given specific instructions by the customer
If interested in local drop-off and pick-up (Lafayette, Louisiana), please make a note in checkout under 'Note to Seller' of a few dates and times that work best for you. We will do our best to accommodate your schedule. If interested in shipping your flowers to us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further instructions.
How to Hang your Flowers:I'm starting to suggest the hanging process a bit differently in order to ensure the flowers stay in the best shape possible. Because bouquets are so full and tightly packed, mold is always a concern. I suggest taking the flowers out of the bouquet and hanging them either one-by-one or in bunches (no more than 3 flowers per bunch) upside down from a regular clothes hanger to dry until you can get them to me. You can do this by taking the bouquet apart, or cutting the flowers out of the bouquet and leaving at least half of the stem attached to the flower bud. The additional greenery and sprigs should also be hung upside down to keep them straight and dry.
Do not leave them in water. If your bouquet has already been dried for months/years, that's fine too!