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What Is Possible with Freezeframe Flower Preservation

Throughout centuries, people have been drawn to the idea of preserving meaningful flowers.Tucking them into the pages of a bible, hanging them in a dark closet, or seeking out a professional service like ours to turn them into art, are all methods that have been employed over the years.Keeping wedding flowers often times has to do with the impermanence of a day that is all about YOU and your spouse, and a desire to make it linger long after that special day.

After the wedding, days and weeks turn into a life, and the real challenges and joys of building a life together become your focus.I could be wrong, but my guess is that after their wedding day, most people never again choose to surround themselves with their very favorite flowers, so of course they hope to keep them!

Because of the desire to keep the flowers, brides will sometime select particular varieties known to preserve well and last over time.Since different preservation methods are employed by different artisans, we want to share with you some examples of Freezeframe preservation, so that you can see a range of preservation outcomes.

​Ruffly red roses preserved as a pave design for made into keepsake jewelry. (To learn more about our jewelry, go to www.bloombeads.com)

Preserved dahlia bouquet, accented with blush garden roses, white anemones, pink astilbe and seeded eucalyptus.  

This bride and groom chose to include the boutonniere and invitation, making it an all-inclusive keepsake from the wedding.

Fuchsia alstromeria,  burgundy dahlias, elderberries, white veronica, silver dollar eucalyptus,  framed in a simple and stunning silver shadowbox.

A preserved cascade bouquet of red Tulips and roses, eggplant calla lilies, pepper berries with greenery, and seeded eucalyptus. 

 Bright red anthurium,  white dendrobium orchids, fern, with a personal touch of the bride and groom's names and wedding date etched at the bottom of the glass.

A commemoration of spring with bright pink stargazer lilies, colorful zinnias, daffodils, coral alstromeria, all preserved and air-brushed by or Freezeframe team.

 A simple an stunning cascade bouquet of white hugrangea, pink spray roses, babysbreath, with preserved succulents as the focal blooms.

 Ruffly white roses, burgundy dahlias, slate toned succulents, and white scabiosa, preserved and arrange in a pave design by our Freezeframe team.

Bright pink peonies, blush garden roses, dusty miller, white lilac, and bubble gum pink lisianthus.

Three simple calla lilies with salal and baby's breath,  preserved and mounted in a simple chocolate brown frame. 

Ruffled red roses, rosemary, seeded eucalytpus, fuchsia protea. 

Dahlias, white stock, and simple greenery, all accented with lime green amaranthus.

Pink garden roses, white lisianthus, cream hypericum berries, blush astible, all arranged in a gorgeous vintage style frame.

​We have been preserving flowers for 25 years, so this is just a sampling of examples of our bridal work.   To learn more about the Freezeframe process, check out our website at www.freezeframeit.com,  or call our studio at 1-800-822-9273.  

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Preserve Your Wedding Flowers as Lasting Art