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Frequently Asked Questions About Floral Preservation
Yes! We provide preservation for Wedding bouquets, sympathy or memorial tributes, anniversaries, proms, Graduations, Birth announcements, Valentines, Bat & Bar Mitzvahs, Corsages, Christenings, or any special occasion!
Yes we do!! We stand behind the quality of our work. Workmanship and materials are guaranteed for 90 days from the date the keepsake is picked up.
The process can take up to 10 to 14 weeks from the time we receive your flowers and confirm your order. Your flowers are carefully handled through more than ten detailed procedures to become your custom-crafted wedding or special occasion keepsake.
You can expect it to last for years to come We include care instructions with every keepsake so you will know how to best display and care for your special treasure. In general, keepsakes, like fine pieces of art, should be kept away from direct sunlight and excessively humid areas. Your flowers should also stay behind their protective glass or plexiglass to protect them from any humidity, dust or other environmental factors that may cause the flowers to break down over time.
Our standard deposit is $150 to hold your spot in our freeze dry process, and it goes toward the price of the finished keepsake you eventually choose.
We have floral keepsakes for every budget. Prices start below $100 and go up beyond $500, according to the size and style of the keepsake you select.
Yes! here at Fantastic Blooms Floral Preservation, our business is exclusively the preservation of special occasion flowers. This allows us to perfect our art by focusing entirely on your special flowers. We spend time with our clients making customized decisions and offer the best products available.
Yes, your flowers will maintain their original shape and beauty. The colors will deepen during preservation, but they will still look realistic. White flowers, depending on the variety, have the tendency to turn a creamy or ivory tone, while colors like reds and purples will be darker in their preserved state.