Add Floral Preservation to your Bridal Registry

Add Floral Preservation to your Bridal Registry

Happy Holidays! It has been busy like Santa's workshop here at Vancuterie studios.

If you are a 2024 bride, consider adding flower preservation to your bridal registry. The process is easy and we are here to walk you through the process. Please call us directly and we can help you through this process. Get the gift you really want! 

You can also ask Santa for the gift of flower preservation. Have you put pressed flowers on your Christmas list yet? We love the element of North Pole surprises! Consider this as your craft out your wishlist. 

Floral preservation is a unique way to preserve your wedding memory. Besides your wedding rings and photographs, it is one of the few things that you can carry forward in your marriage. You already invest so much in your bridal flowers, why not invest in a lifetime?

Vancuterie specializes in custom designs, color correcting, and framing for your pressed bridal bouquet. We also offer matted options, custom letters, and soldered frames for preservation pieces. 

Our studio is currently bursting! Floral preservation designs are being reconstructed, color corrected, and framed each day. We had over 75 bouquets come through our door from 9/23-11/11. That means that a lot of flower presses are almost ready, which means we are working as hard as we can to get your pressed flowers back to you! 

There are two weeks until Christmas, so drop us a message and let's get your floral preservation piece ordered. It will be one less thing you have to deal with during your 2024 wedding preparation. 

2024 is the year of Pressed Flowers. Yes, in the botanical world, flower pressing has its own year! The surge in popularity has brought this very old art form into mainstream weddings. We can't to see what 2024 will bring, but we already know that peach is the color d'jour!

Enjoy these last two weeks of holiday cheer! Keep on keeping on with your love of pressed flowers!



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