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Preserve and Personalize Your Wedding Day Memories

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Jeanette Laflamme copyThe Suspended In Time® drying and preservation process helps to keep every aspect of the bridal bouquet looking as gorgeous as the day it was made, not only for a short time, but for generations to come. Call (801)227-0075 for more information on how to dry your flowers or learn how to own your own franchise.

Custom Designed Flower Preservation Encasements


Each encasement is custom designed to reflect your personal style. You can include your photos, invitation, garter, tiara, toasting glasses, grooms boutonniere or any other special items.

Plan now to preserve your flowers and have them picked up while they are still fresh. If your wedding has already passed, it is not too late. The services we offer are preserve wedding bouquet, how to dry flowers, dry wedding bouquet and much more! Contact your nearest dealer today! (801)227-00754x6 jpegClaudia Carrell

Nicole Barron Bridal Bouquet Preserved

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Each encasement is custom designed to reflect your personal style. You can include your photos, invitation, garter, tiara, toasting glasses, grooms boutonniere or any other special items.

Plan now to preserve your flowers and have them picked up while they are still fresh. If your wedding has already passed, it is not too late. The services we offer are preserve wedding bouquet, how to dry flowers, dry wedding bouquet and much more! Contact your nearest dealer today!

Merelyn Daughters Bouquet

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“I have used them twice for both of my daughters wedding bouquets. They both turned out great.” ~Thank you for your comments Merelyn. If you would like to find a dealer near you or would like to own a franchise of your own call us at (801)227-0075 or look us up on our website at http://www.suspendedintime.com/.

Emily Labrun Bridal Bouquet Encasement

When it comes to personalizing and customizing your display we do our very best to make it just how you are envisioning it. Emily Labrun said this when she picked up this memorable encasement, “The staff was helpful in making sure I got exactly what I wanted. It is beautiful. ” You where great to work with Emily, and we wish you the best in this new adventure in life. If you want to find a dealer near you or want to look into owning your own franchise call (801)227-0075.

 

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Juli Maggio Scott Bronco Wedding Bouquet

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This stunning arrangement was done for a wonderful women named Juli.  Her and her husband are huge fans of the Denver Broncos (hence the orange and blue colors).  You can also see the cute couple sporting jersey’s of their favorite team in their engagement photo inside the shadowbox she chose.  This stunning bouquet will last for generations to come in this stylish rustic pine black shadowbox display case that has been custom designed to the couples themed special occasion.  Thank you Juli for allowing us to work with you to create this bright memorabilia display that will decorate your home for years to come.

 

In order to create your own custom designed encasement call us at (801) 227-0075 for more information or to find a dealer near you.  Also, find out how to own your own franchise and create these special encampments for those in your own neighborhood.

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Spring Wedding’s Just Around the Corner

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6 bridal bouquet ideas

6 bridal bouquet ideas

Updated: April 30, 2013 01:17 PM EDT

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It’s true: We’ve come a long way from the days when brides carried bouquets down the aisle to ward off evil spirits (yes, that’s how the tradition started).

Though some trends have blossomed and others have wilted, one thing remains true: Flowers are a great way to make a highly personal statement, whether it’s a bloom’s more abstract Victorian meaning or just that it comes in your favorite color. Here are six easy ways to draw inspiration for your bouquets.


Tip 1: Channel History

Ever wonder why many brides carry stephanotis in their wedding bouquets (besides the fact that the flowers are so unique and gorgeous)? These creamy, star-shape florets carry a symbolic meaning of happiness in marriage.

Says who, you ask? Many such floral traditions are rooted in the conservative Victorian era, when every flower was given a symbolic meaning so that men could express their sentiments without words. Armed with a new edict, men began courting ladies not with love letters or serenades but with bouquets — and soon a lady receiving coral-color roses knew her suitor was expressing the first signs of desire, while a young maiden receiving a dainty cluster of violets might blush at the notion that her secret admirer had expressed his faithfulness to her. Learn the meanings of these popular wedding flowers and incorporate a little bit of history into your wedding day.

Here are a few of our favorites to get you started:
– lily of the valley = happiness
– calla lily = beauty
– freesia = innocence
– gardenia = joy
– orchid = love
– lilac = first signs of love
– anemone = expectation

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Tip 2: Color-Code It

Choosing colorful flowers that match your wedding palette is an obvious way to personalize your bouquet. But just because you’ve picked a pretty green-and-purple combo for your wedding, doesn’t mean your flowers need to scream eggplant!

Colorful adornments — from ribbons and fabric to beads and baubles — will make any bouquet meaningful. We love going with monochromatic blooms and bringing in color through the shape — and shade — of unusual additions, such as dark, rich berries, brilliant green succulents, or even jewel-tone sugared grapes.

Other examples: Do as the Romans did in times of celebration and add stalks of herbs to your bouquet, such as sweet-scented, pale purple lavender. Or take a bundle of typical white wedding blooms, like stephanotis or calla lilies, and tie the bouquet with a green wrap secured with a purple snap or button. You might even string purple- and green-accented paper cranes (for good luck) from your bouquet.


Tip 3: Check Backgrounds

Flowers can speak louder than vows — in all the pictures, at least. Another way to personalize is to choose flowers that match your personalities or are expressive of your backgrounds and beliefs.

For instance, you may choose to give a nod to his Norwegian heritage by including purple heather — Norway’s signature flower — in your bouquet and on the guys’ boutonnieres. Or you might pair your birth-month blooms like lily of the valley with chrysanthemum, because he was born in May and you in November. Or maybe your bedroom is always awash in tulips — your favorite bloom (a good choice, as they represent “consuming love”). Include these (you’ll find them mainly in three popular varieties — French, Dutch, and Parrot — though there are 3,000 varieties) in your bouquet. Did he propose while you were road-tripping in Georgia? Consider carrying a nosegay of peach-hued roses.


Tip 4: Keep It In The Family

Delve into your own family history and elevate the personal factor of your bouquet. Give your wedding flowers a homegrown flair by picking peonies from your mother’s garden; or you may choose to carry a cluster of white French tulips because your mother did so, as did her mother and her mother’s mother.

There are also less obvious ways to incorporate familial elements into your bouquet: Wrap the stems of your flowers in your favorite fabric topped off with your grandmother’s vintage hat pin, or create a bouquet wrap from an heirloom silk scarf. (Remember though, fabrics may be damaged by water and pins). Consider threading a relative’s pearls around soft rose petals to add sophistication to your wedding; or simply your the florist to take silk ribbons monogrammed with both of your initials and loop them through the bouquet.

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Tip 5: Remember To Remember

Keeping in sync with your fiance and your bridesmaids will help you pick personalized flowers. Start by recalling a favorite date that you and your fiance had. Was it the time you enjoyed an afternoon picnic in the park and he brought along a bouquet of your favorite flower — daffodils — to commemorate the occasion? Consider carrying these blooms down the aisle. Or maybe he brought you daisies for your first date? Make sure your bouquet is bursting with them. Is his favorite eau de toilet that you wear lavender scented? Ask your florist to incorporate sprigs of sweet-scented lavender into your bouquet and onto his boutonniere. You might even ask your attendants what their favorite flowers are — you could include each of their favorites into your own arrangement.


Tip 6: Use Your Environment

Gather inspiration from the everyday elements around you. Some fresh takes: Dress a bouquet with faux freshwater pearls because you’re marrying at the beach, or dot your arrangement with small fruits for a touch of spring (we love kumquats, lemons, even cherries). Is your fall fete taking place in a botanical garden of sorts? A motif like butterflies might be an appropriate thread for your details — let ceramic or fabric ones peek out from behind the flower petals as a nod to the season. We’ve planted the seed — you’ll need to take it from here.

— Allison Micarelli

 

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Restore Your Old Bouquet!!!

 

Brides Response When She Saw her Bouquet Restored:

“WOW! Seven years after our wedding my bridal bouquet was crumbled, dusty and sad! Now it looks as good as the day of our wedding. My flowers were the highlight of my wedding day and now I see them and smile everyday Thanks!”
~Jessica Benson

Kimikae Jones Bridal Bouquet Testimonial

 

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Recently Kimikae Jones got her wedding bouquet preserved after her special day.  When she came to pick it up at Suspended In Time Inc. (R) she was ecstatic and this is what she had to say when she saw it for the first time: “I’m so excited to have found Suspended In Time! When I saw my display, I got goose bumps and tears came to my eyes!  They did an amazing job with the display and the flowers looked incredible!  Thank you Suspended In Time for preserving my wedding memories so perfectly!!!”  Kimikae, also had her wedding dress preserved through us and she was just as excited over how beautifully it was displayed. —We are happy that Kimikae was overjoyed and hope that we can bring that same happiness to many other brides soon.Roblox HackBigo Live Beans HackYUGIOH DUEL LINKS HACKPokemon Duel HackRoblox HackPixel Gun 3d HackGrowtopia HackClash Royale Hackmy cafe recipes stories hackMobile Legends HackMobile Strike Hack

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.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Winter Wedding Bouquets

Winter bouquets are often simple, elegant, and light.  Here are a few beautiful examples you could consider when planning your own wedding bouquet!

 

 

 

Once you’ve chosen your bouquet, don’t forget that you can keep it forever by bringing it to professional flower preservation specialists, such as Suspended in Time Flower Preservation, Inc.  Visit our site at www.suspendedintime.com to see how we can make your memory last a life time!

 

 

Testimonial

It’s been a busy couple of months for Cheryl Williams!  Busy but happy!  Cheryl recently had TWO daughters get married.  Some of you mothers know what that’s like. 😉  We’re grateful we had the opportunity to help preserve two beautiful memories!

“Suspended in Time did a wonderful job preserving the bridal bouquets for both my daughters.  They love the finished project and it is a great keepsake from their wedding day.”

-Cheryl Williams

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