bouquet preservation & alternative floral art




Sarah S.


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We have another elegantly designed preservation artwork. To reflect the bride’s wedding dresses and her bride’s maid’s dresses, we used lace and pink ribbon to give personal touches. We specially treated some flowers by embossed gold at the end of the tip. Here, we wanted to carry out the gold text used in the invitation. Small detail is what we love. 


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