Frequently Asked Questions

Can you press my flowers if I am not local?

Yes! I love my out of state customers and work with anyone in the US. Please refer to the shipping instructions page for all the details on how to do this! You will be required to cover all overnight shipping costs.

How does the process work?

I take your flowers and press and arrange them in a beautiful frame of your choice. Pressing flowers is an art that has taken hours of trial and error to fine tune my skills. You only have one chance to keep your wedding bouquet or other special arrangements forever and I am here to make that dream a reality!

What can’t be pressed?

I am able to press most all flowers! However, there are some elements that don't work for pressing. To name a few: large billy balls, pincushion protea, pinecones, cactus and more may not be pressable due to thickness or moisture level. Dried flowers and artificial flowers can’t be pressed. No pendants can be pressed or included in the frame. Please email me if you have any other questions about what can or can’t be pressed!

Do flowers change when they are pressed?

Yes! Every flower is unique and I love that. No two kinds of flowers will turn out exactly the same as the other. Flowers can change shape, size and color during the pressing process and will fade during their lifetime. Keep your frame out of direct sunlight for best results. 

When should I book?

As soon as you know floral preservation is something you would like to do, I recommend getting booked! I am a one woman show and don’t want you to miss out on getting your special memories preserved forever.

What if I have flowers that are already dry? Can you work with them?

Dried flowers can’t be pressed due to the fact that they would crumble with pressure. I offer recreations of bouquets depending on if I am able to purchase those specific flowers at the time.

What is the turnaround time?

The turnaround time is currently 3-6 months for your bouquet to be pressed, dried and arranged in a beautiful way. On occasion, it may take more or less time than that. This does not include the time to ship the frame back to you if you are out of state. This timeline is necessary to ensure the flowers are completely dry and in the best condition for your special keepsake as well as given the time and attention they need when framing to create a beautiful work of art! I want to give attention to each flower and frame and not rush anything. Can’t wait for you to receive your frame!

How soon do you need the flowers?

Overnighting your flowers to me is critical and necessary to get the best results and for me to be able to work with your flowers. If you get married on a Saturday, you can wait until Monday since shipping stores are closed on Sundays. I accept pressed flower bookings up to 5 days after your event date IF the flowers are still looking good. Just remember, flowers are ONLY pressable if they are fresh. The fresher they are, the better they will turn out!

Do you do more than just bridal bouquets?

Absolutely! I will preserve flowers from ANY event for you! Whether it is a wedding, special flowers from a funeral, a babies blessing day, bridal/baby shower and more, I am your girl.