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2015 Women’s Expo Orem April 17th -18th

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Come Visit Us At The SHOW! Suspended In Time Flower Preservation call us at (801)227-0075 for more information on becoming a dealer or to find one near you.

When: Friday and Saturday, April 17-18, 2015
Where: The UCCU Center at UVU in Orem (directions)
Hours: Friday = 10:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Saturday = 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Tickets: Free online at this site for a limited time!
Also available at Provo Towne Center and at the Riverwoods or at other top sponsors below!

* Fun summer wear & shopping
* Stage Events
* Childrens’s activities
* Hundreds of giveaways and prizes

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Remembering Your Loved Ones

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Funeral flowers can be preserved in frame encasement’s, in vases or containers, or in glass boxes or glass domes. The options are varied and our artists can create the perfect arrangement, incorporating photos or other remembrances that will comfort loved ones for years to come. Call (801)227-0075 for more information or to find a dealer near you.

Honor Your Loved Ones

P10100353Funeral flower preservation is not about remembering the funeral, but about paying tribute to a beautiful person’s life. Suspended In Time® has extensive experience to help you create a special tribute keepsake that honors your loved one and celebrates life. Call (801)227-0075 to find a place near you or to find out how to purchase your own business.Fifty Shades Darker 2017 film trailer

Kristiann Fuller Bouquet Preserved

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Kristiann Fuller came in today to pick-up her bouquet after we preserved it for her. She wrote out the following testimonial for us about her flowers: “I love my preserved flowers! The encasement is so beautiful! I love how the flowers pop out with there color and the perspective. I will be able to enjoy my bridal bouquet for years and years. I love it!” Thank you for your wonderful comments Kristiann. You can do this for people in you area by owning your own franchise call (801)227-0075 to find out more or to find a dealer near you.

Spring Wedding’s Just Around the Corner

Preserve the Moments that Matter! This beautiful arrangement includes a head piece inside the encasement with the bouquet. Include memorabilia to personalize and remember your happy day! Call (801) 227-0075 to find a dealer near you or to find out how to own your own franchise.4x6 jpeg1

History Of The Wedding Dress

Marriage has always accounted as the occasion where one would display their best dressing style. Do you ever wonder about the emergence of wedding dress? When and how did white become the favored color for wedding dress? White might seem to be the eternal color for wedding, but, surprisingly, history tells us something else. The trend of white dates back to the Victorian era, before which there were myriad colors used for wedding dress. For those who want to get complete information about the origin of wedding dress, the following lines will suffice.
Interesting Information On Background Of Wedding Dress
Ancient brides used to dress up in brightly colored wedding garments. Effervescent colors symbolized the happiness of the bride. Things changed in the medieval times, when marriages started to mean the bondage between not only two individuals, but also between two families, two businesses and even two countries. Brides of this era cautiously dressed as they singularly represented the whole community.
Medieval brides from well-to-do families wore rich colors and luxurious fabrics, like furs, velvet and silk. Those from middle class families wore stuff that was a copy of the elegant styles of the richer class. The trend continued for a few years and the wedding dress became a symbol of the social status of the family. The more material used, the more sleeves, the longer the train, the richer the bride’s family was assumed to be.
While the rich used the power of money to get the best possible dress from the market, brides from the poor family wore their church dress for their wedding. The trend of white wedding attire was started by Queen Victoria. It was in 1840 and Queen Victoria married Prince Albert of Saxe, wearing a white wedding gown. White came as a big, but pleasant surprise to everyone. Soon, brides from all over Europe and America began wearing white wedding dresses as well.
While there were some who preferred vibrant colors, white definitely had seeped into the minds of people. By the end of the century, white had become the color of the wedding dress. Various trends and styles were adopted to make the dress a perfect bliss on the D-Day. However, more changes were in store. During the Great Depression and World War II, the eternal white dress was replaced by the church dress.
People thought that it was not the appropriate to wear lavish dresses, when there was grief all around. After the war ended, luxurious wedding dresses in white jumped back into the center stage. With time, shades of white, cream, off white or ivory became acceptable as wedding dress colors. Today brides’ dresses have adopted varied dressing styles. From the timeless white to the Hawaiian beach dress, the options are endless.
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Shadow Box Encasements

Suspended in Time Flower Preservation specializes in preserving and encasing your wedding bouquets, funeral spreads, and more!  Shadow box encasements are a popular way to remember your special day/special person! Take a moment to look over some of the encasements we have done for previous customers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Flower Preservation Ornament Testimonial

“This is beautiful!  This heart ornament is going to a mother whose daughter had a heart transplant at four months old.  the family went on a Make a Wish trip to Florida and the daughter, now four, went into severe heart rejection and passed away on the trip.  This mother will love having this as a reminder of her “heart baby” and the love the child brought to the family.  What an awesome service you provide!”

–Stephanie Ellinger – Intermountain Healing Hearts