Frequently Asked Questions

Can any flowers be dried?

All flowers are able to be dried but some are more difficult than others.  The flowers that lend themselves to the drying process are generally Roses, peonies, amaranthus, carnations, celosia, delphiniums, hydrangea, nigella, most types of the statice family, gyp, stock, herbs… The list goes on.

The daisy family is more difficult to dry but not impossible.  We would always discuss any concerns with you before the drying process began or during if they arise.  We would offer the option to replace flowers that have not dried well but would always check with you first.

How long will it take?

We like to give 12 weeks. The Bouquets have to be dried thoroughly otherwise they will brown if any moisture is left within the flower .

How long will it last?

The Bouquets over time are bound to fade, however to preserve the colour longer keep it in an area away from direct sunlight. If looked after and protected it will last for many years.

 How are we different?

We offer a simple classic service that shows your Bouquet off in a stylish Dome.

How much does it cost?

For a standard bouquet presented in a 12” diameter x 12” tall Victorian glass dome –£195 including collection and delivery within the M25.

How to send us your Bouquet of outside the m25

You will need to fill a good strong cardboard box with scrunched up newspapers packed around your bouquet to keep it from moving around in transit, gently cover the head of your bouquet with more newspaper.  Please include your name and address within the parcel and don’t forget to write “fragile” and “this way up” with the appropriate arrow on the outside.