Floral Preservation FAQ2018-05-18T18:58:46-06:00

Floral Preservation

What are my framing choices?2019-07-07T00:47:33-06:00

I like to approach each project on an individual basis. However I do offer basic parameters: two styles of framing, the Modern Botanical or Classic with Float Mount. A variety of color choices: gallery black, bone white, natural maple, oak with charcoal, rosewood, or pecan stain. In addition I love the look of wrought iron and iron frames.

How much does bouquet preservation cost?2019-07-07T00:46:56-06:00

Packages start at $500

How do I book my event with Wild Blossoms?2019-07-07T15:26:39-06:00

Please visit our contact page and submit the form to receive more information.

Once I have received your info we can schedule a 1 on 1 consultation so we can go over your plans in person or by phone. We’ll brainstorm how to bring your vision to life! After your initial consult, you will be provided with a detailed proposal including inspirational images, descriptions for each itemized requirement, a contract, and a logistical plan for day-of delivery and set up.

To reserve the services of Wild Blossoms Studio, the contract must be signed, a 20% non-refundable retainer paid, and a valid credit card number must be placed on file. The retainer will be applied to your final balance. Payment can be made in the form of check, bank transfer, and credit card.

 

Can you preserve my flowers if I don’t live in the Fort Collins area?2019-07-07T01:04:00-06:00

Yes! You are welcome to schedule a time to drop your flowers off at the studio or I can ship you a box, packing materials, and instructions to ship your bouquet to me. Please submit a contact form for costs and a complimentary phone consultation.

How do you create your art work?2019-07-07T01:08:26-06:00

In short, I deconstruct the design then the individual blooms to either press or air dry. Once dried, I then arrange them to create a one-of-a-kind design.

Can I send you already pressed flowers to create a piece of art?2019-07-07T01:14:13-06:00

Yes sounds fun! Pressed flowers can be sent in layers between sheets of vellum, enclose vellum with pressed flowers between to sheets of card board, then tape around cardboard. Make sure vellum and cardboard are cut to fit your shipping envelope or box. Please submit the contact form for more information and to schedule a complimentary consultation.

Which flowers work best for pressing?2019-07-07T01:17:35-06:00

There are so many but here are a few: Rose, Peony, Ranunculus, Anemone, Cosmos, Clematis, Larkspur, Tulip, Lily, and many types of leaves. It’s best to schedule a consultation to go over the details of your project.