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Why Choose Us?

Flower Preservation Specialists

The importance of choosing the right professional when thinking about having your flowers preserved is not something you should take lightly. With flower preservation becoming one of the fastest growing industries worldwide, it is so important to understand and educate yourself on how to choose the right professional for you. 

"You only have one chance to preserve your blooms; choose your artist wisely"  We cant stress this enough. 

Always zoom in on the artists work first and check for finished flower shape, colour, finished edges, clarity and flower placement.

~  Let us work our magic for you  ~

  •  8+ years of experience handcrafting and perfecting the art of flower preservation

  • Freeze Dried Preservation Method (learn more)

  • Minimal translucent petals, bruising or browning 

  • The highest quality materials used at every step, including added UV inhibitors. 

  • Restoration and re-shaping of every flower

  • Specially formulated UV protection flood coat to finish and protect the longevity of your pieces. 

  • Minimal micro-bubbles!

  • Minimal pour layer lines (maximum 3-4 in any one piece) 

  • 1000+ happy brides 

It is very important to educate yourself on the different preservation methods available for your blooms. Home Artists vs Professional Artists are entirely different. You only have one chance to preserve your blooms; choose your artist wisely. 

What is Freeze Drying?

Freeze drying is an advanced method of flower preservation that involves removing moisture from fresh flowers while they are in a frozen state.

The process is also known as lyophilization, and is the most advanced method for preserving flowers, as it allows them to retain their shape, color, and texture.

During the freeze-drying process, flowers are arranged on trays and placed into a freeze-drying chamber. The chamber is then sealed, and a vacuum is created inside. This causes the moisture within the flowers to freeze, locking it into the cellular tissue of the flowers. The vacuum then pulls the frozen moisture out of the flowers in the form of vapour, which is then collected on a refrigerated ice condenser.


This process of sublimation converts the moisture from a solid to a vapour and then back to a solid, resulting in dry flowers that retain their natural appearance.

Freeze drying flower preservation is a popular method for preserving wedding bouquets, funeral flowers, and other sentimental floral arrangements. It is also used in the commercial flower industry to preserve and transport delicate flowers for longer periods of time

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