I am so excited to announce that I am now partnering with The Heirloom Bouquet! As soon as I stumbled across this amazing company on Instagram, I was obsessed and wanted to tell every bride-to-be that I know about it. I wish that I had known about this when I got married almost 3 years ago (and may or may not have considered having my florist make a replica of my bouquet so that I can have one of these beautiful pieces of art for myself)!
The Heirloom Bouquet is an exclusively developed, custom fine art piece, crafted using distinct techniques that will preserve your bridal bouquet for generations to come. Our signature composition features a flat-lay image of the blooms and greenery from your wedding bouquet, artfully styled on fine European linen. Every made-to-order arrangement is photographed and then printed on museum-quality paper. Our process is intricate, as each flower is titled by way of custom hand calligraphy and placed beside its corresponding bloom.
The Heirloom Bouquet is a luxury product to be treasured and passed down from generation to generation. We believe in capturing the substance of your wedding day in a meaningful way, and we’re honored to have the opportunity to create these one-of-a-kind works of art.
The first step is selecting your backdrop color, print size, and framing options. Make sure you consider things like the décor of your home and the florals that will be used in your bouquet to guide you in this decision making process. Once you’ve finalized these decisions, I’ll send over an invoice for your piece. At this time, your deposit will be placed and the final payment will be due two weeks before your wedding day.
At the end of your wedding day, I will take your wedding bouquet home with me and keep it refrigerated so the blooms stay as fresh and lively as possible. The next morning, I’ll get to work on creating and photographing a beautiful flatlay from your florals. Once your piece is photographed, we will have the calligraphy drawn up, and then have your piece printed, matted, framed, and shipped directly to you. The loveliest way to capture your bouquet and display it in your home! Because of the custom nature of each piece, it typically takes 6-12 weeks from your wedding date to final delivery.
If you’re a 2020 or 2021 bride and would like to learn more about preserving your bouquet in this beautiful way, send me an email at email@example.com for my custom pricing guide!
Backdrops – Natural, Sand, Velvet White, Dove Gray, Blush, French Blue
Sizes – 11×14, 16×20, 24×30
Frames – Black, Natural, White (Matted or Unmatted)
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