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  • How do I ship a fresh bouquet to you?
    Once you book with us we will send you detailed shipping instructions and expect that you (or someone you trust) will ship the bouquet preferably the day after the wedding.
  • Will the colours of my pressed flowers fade?
    We do not add any synthetic colour preservatives to your pressed flowers therefore, over time you can expect the colours to fade or change. Yellow or browning may occur. This is a natural and organic process. We recommend keeping your bouquet away from sunlight as the light can bleach the colours out. Also keep your frame away from moisture (bathroom) and extreme heat source (fireplace). A dark bedroom or hallway works best!
  • What are the best flowers for pressing?
    Anemones, daisies, peonies, delphiniums, spray roses, poppies, orchids, flannel flowers, cosmos, hydrangeas, freesias, hellebore, ranunculus, wax flowers, babies breath, eucalyptus, bunnies tails, ferns, paper daisies, cosmos, pansies & most thin foliage/greenery. These are just some of our favourites, but there are so many others too.
  • What flowers aren't suitable for pressing?
    Native thick flowers / woody flowers that can’t be pressed, proteas, chrysanthemums, lilies, some dahlias (not all), billy buttons, scabiosa pods, some tropical flowers
  • What’s the ideal time to receive flowers for pressing?
    We will need to receive them 1-3 days after the event. The fresher the better when it comes to pressing. Make sure you keep the stems in water during your event and until they reach us.
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