WEDDING BOUQUET PRESERVATION: How To Preserve Your Bridal Bouquet: a Floral Craft


In her book, "How To Preserve Your
Bridal Bouquet", Margaret Huber...

Shows You How To:
  • Remove the flowers from the bouquet;
  • Dry the flowers in silica gel; and
  • Arrange the flowers in shadow box frames,
    in the designs shown here.
    (Complete instructions are given in the book for the six designs shown in the Gallery.)
Tells You:
  • The orchid to avoid if you are going to preserve
    your flowers;
  • The 3 types of greenery that dry best;
  • The special handling of gardenias, daisies and carnations;
  • How to root the ivy from your bouquet
Gives You:
  • Tips for selecting the flowers for your wedding; and
  • Tips for starting your own flower preservation business

Silica gel is easily found in craft stores and on the Web. It dries the flowers quickly and can be used again and again.


Actual Photos From The Book

Drying the flowers by burying
them in the silica gel.

Adding pearl and crystal
monofilaments to arrangement.

Click HERE to send an email to Margaret if you have questions or comments.

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