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A Blog About Wedding Flowers, Keepsakes & More

Posted on June 23, 2017

Love heals.  Flowers heal.  Last November, our 10-member team at Keepsake Floral had a unique opportunity to help our city and the families who lost loved-ones in the tragic shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando this summer to do just that .. to heal .. WITH FLOWERS .. beautifully preserved flowers.

Posted on June 23, 2017

Why is flower preservation so expensive? .. or Is my keepsake really going to cost as much as my house payment this month? We get this question a lot.  And don’t worry, we don’t take offense to it.  Although we’re a bunch of sensitive artists, we understand that folks ask that question mostly because they don’t understand our process.  Guess that makes us a bunch of misunderstood, sensitive artists!

The simple answer to the expense question is simple .. time is money, and keepsake creation takes a lot of time!  We could leave it at that, but just for you, we’ll elaborate.  

Posted on January 14, 2016

So you’re wondering if your particular bouquet will preserve well.  Yes, there are some flowers that preserve more easily than others, and there are some that, no matter what we do, don’t preserve well AT ALL.  Fortunately, the latter is more the exception to the rule. 

Posted on September 25, 2013

Answering these questions and viewing a preservationist's brochure and website should help you make your decision. Remember, in order to receive a floral keepsake of the highest quality, you must not only consider the price, but also the customer service and design expertise offered by the company with which you are entrusting your precious wedding bouquet and special occasion flowers. Keepsake Floral will provide you with superb customer service and artistic quality beyond compare.

Posted on September 17, 2013

For every bride considering the possibility of preserving her wedding bouquet for years of future enjoyment, there may be someone who tries to discourage her from doing so. Whether it is the bride-to-be's fiancé (who wants to save some money to buy a beer stein or autographed baseball), a friend or even the bride's own florist (who may be unaware of the developments in recent years regarding preservation), there can be numerous road blocks for a bride trying to find out more information.

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