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All About Wedding Bouquet Preservation

Tuesday, May 24th, 2022

You've put all your effort into finding mementos to share with everybody else. But what do you think of yourself? You'll be looking to keep a part of your wedding day to keep as a memento. It's becoming more popular for brides to save their wedding bouquets. But, to preserve it, you have to keep it in good condition.

If you aren't sure which wedding flowers you'll use for your bouquet, here is a suggestion: Red Roses. If you choose to go with white flowers, they'll look ivory when you have preserved them. You can also get more information about wedding flower preservation via

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Many florists dry-freeze their bouquets before. You can ask to have this process done. The process itself is known as the "substantiation. Through this process, water is removed from the flowers and is transformed from a solid-state into gas. A post-treatment solution is applied to the bouquet to stop the moisture out of the flowers.

Many florists will tell them that they believe roses make the most beautiful wedding flowers to preserve. Tulips as well as any other flower that is waxy are one of the worst because the waxy substance slows the process of removing moisture.

It's always beneficial to try out other wedding decorations and flowers before the wedding day. So that you don't have to keep playing around, and you'll know exactly what you need to do to get the job completed.