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How to Preserve your Wedding Bouquet
A wedding bouquet is one of the most iconic part of any wedding; a bride does not look complete without two things: a man on her side and a bouquet in her hands. But as the wedding planning is coming to an end, many brides realize that they put all this time and money into finding the perfect flowers only to have the flowers die within days of the wedding. Some brides wonder what they should do with their bouquets and if they will even regret tossing them out.
Different idea on preserving wedding bouquet
For many women, it is impractical to hold on to wedding bouquets, yet many regret tossing them out. Because many brides become sentimental about their bouquets, even when they think they wouldn’t, we recommend holding on to them or doing something meaningful with them. If you have a loved one who has passed away, what would be a better way to honor them on your special day than by putting the flowers on their grave.
Different options for preserving a wedding bouquet
Figuring out how to preserve your wedding bouquet does not have to be too difficult. Generally, there are three ways that it can be done.
Tips on how to preserve wedding bouquet
The hardest part about preserving your wedding bouquet is that it needs to start when they are fresh, which means that most brides are on their honeymoons. We recommend asking a trusted bridesmaid a few weeks before the wedding if they would get it started for you. Make sure that you discuss the process enough that they feel confident enough to do it. Also, if you are getting them professionally preserved, make sure you have contacted the company and have made a reservation about a month before the wedding. If it needs to be delivered, it is best that it is in a cool container.
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