See what we can create so you can remember your special day for years to come! Check out number 9 on the list and see what we can do for you! Utah Valley Bride included us in the 2013 Bridal Magazine in the section titled “It’s The Little Things”–“10 Head-To-Toe Tips For Your Dolled-Up Day!
Are you a stay-at-home mom who is looking for a way to make money at home and still be there to take care of your kids? Have you thought to yourself, “How can I start my own Business?” Well here is a great opportunity for you! Learn about how you can become a Suspended In Time® Dealer and own your own flower preservation business right from the comfort of you home. With our technology and success in this growing industry over the last 14 years we are expanding our business opportunities in your area. There are many people out there who want to seal and protect their keepsakes and don’t know where to go to get it done. You could be the one they come to for that service! Suspended In Time® has developed a revolutionary process of preserving floral arrangements, bridal bouquets, anniversary and funeral flowers and much more. There is even a process for wedding gown preservation and other memorabilia. This
It’s fun and rewarding to provide this service to brides, mothers-of-the-bride, interior designers, florists, birthday parties, wedding anniversaries, decorators and others who simply hate to see their most favorite fresh flowers go to waste.
Benefits with working with Suspended In time:
*Minimal up-front costs
*Flexible Work Schedule
*Large profit potential
*Unique and proprietary products
*Extremely fast turn around time
*Excellent On-Going Support
*Minimal Inventory Requirements
*Profitable non-floral markets can be tapped
*Low energy consumption
Just think, this Home-Based Business will allow you to be creative, make lots of money and still have time to tend to your family.
Still not sure if this is right for you, read this testimonial from one of our current dealers in Utah.
By Tiffany Hacker, Layton, Utah
Owning a Suspended In Time® dealership has been invaluable for my family and me. I wanted something that I could do from home when I began having children, and the business has served its purpose and more. We were so lucky to have the chance to buy our designated area from someone that had already worked in the area for a few years, and therefore had an established customer and vendor base from the start. This was so helpful, since we needed the immediate income. It wasn’t much at first, but through diligence, hard work, and quality products, we have been able to grow our business into what it is today. Our business continues to grow from year to year and it is definitely a blessing in our lives. It allows me to receive income and be a mother to my growing family.
Doing flowers is not something I have always loved or wished I could do, but it has been something that through training and diligence, I have come to enjoy very much. It is very therapeutic to put together a flower arrangement, and it is very satisfying to own my own business, set my own hours, and make my own paycheck.
Suspended In Time®of Layton
What a creative way to showcase your engagement and wedding day!
“I am so happy I was referred here! They did an amazing job and it looks just as beautiful as my wedding day. 🙂 Thank you!”
For ancient Greeks and Romans, the bouquet was a pungent mix of garlic and herbs or grains. The garlic was supposed to ward off evil spirits and the herbs or grains were to insure a fruitful union. In ancient Poland, it was believed that sprinkling sugar on the bride’s bouquet kept her temper sweet.
The wedding cake has always played an important part in the wedding. Ancient Romans broke a cake over the bride’s head to symbolize fertility or abundance. Many other cultures dropped wheat, flour or cake on the bride’s head, and then ate the crumbs for good luck. The early British baked baskets of dry crackers, and every guest took one home after the wedding. In medieval times, guests brought small cakes and piled them on a table. The bride and groom then attempted to kiss over the cakes. Eventually, a young baker decided to put all the cakes together and cover them with frosting, thus the tiered wedding cake was born.
Traditionally, brides did not wear white wedding gowns. Through the 18th century, most brides just wore their Sunday best to their wedding. Red was a favorite during the Middle Ages in Europe. Other colors were worn for symbolic reasons: blue meant constancy and green meant youth. As years passed, white was worn as a symbol of purity. Today, white merely symbolizes the wedding and is worn by any bride, no matter if it is their second marriage.
The first weddings comprised of a groom taking his bride by capture. He would take her somewhere hidden away so her relatives and villagers couldn’t find them. There they stayed for one moon phase and drank mead, a wine make from honey, to make them more amorous. Thus, the word “honeymoon” was born. Today, the honeymoon is the time when the couple can get away for awhile.
“My arrangement turned out beautiful! I am very impressed. The service was great, very kind, patient and insured. I was happy with the final outcome.”
Shawnie Watson received her wedding bouquet encasement from us last week and this is what she said about it:
“Even though my flowers had froze and were very ruined, you were able to save the good ones and replace the bad ones to still give me a beautiful bouquet! Thanks!” -Shawnie
Michelle came to Suspended In Time(R) to have her wedding bouquet preserved and this is what she said, “Amazing attention to detail! Very professional in both the preservation of the flowers and the process of following up with us. They made sure it was exactly as we wanted it. I highly recommend their work.”
Even though it is winter time, you can still save those special flowers from your winter wedding, funeral, or from that special someone. Suspended In Time “preserves” flowers instead of freeze drying or regular drying.
“I can’t believe the color preservation! They look like the day of the wedding. Thanks!”
The flowers you bring in will look just as great as the ones you purchased. Come in today to see for yourself.
Kara Dudley recently had her wedding bouquet preserved by Suspended In Time(R). The flowers were dried and placed in a table dome so that she can view her bouquet from all angles. When Kara picked up her encasement she said, “My bouquet was better than I imagined. They picked the perfect arrangement to fit inside my case. I would have picked the exact same flowers. My bouquet was huge! But, they preserved the perfect flowers for the small case I chose! Great job!”
Suspended In Time R works closely with the Northampton Reception Center.Â Because we know them and have worked with them we want to recommend them and highlight them this month in our blog…
The Northampton House is a full service reception center that is located in American Fork, Utah.Â They specialize in offering magnificent catering, beautiful custom floral arrangements, and wedding cakes that taste as good as they look.Â All of their services are provided on site at their beautiful facility.Â Their building was built in 1903 and is still present on the National Historic Registry.Â They boast of two beautifully decorated rooms.Â The Somerset room is based on a Victorian theme, with a grand staircase, custom stained glass windows, and intricate custom woodwork.Â Their Courtyard room resembles a tranquil garden tucked in the hills of Tuscany, with hanging trellises, hundreds of twinkle lights, light colored architecture, a gorgeous grand staircase, and private garden, perfect for those warm summer evenings.
They offer personal consultants to help you plan every aspect of your day, and help make it perfect, from the centerpieces, to the background music, the table linens, to the menu, right down to the icing on the cake.Â They strive to make every event perfect and stress free, so when you think back to that special day, you can think Northampton House, “The Best Day of My Life.”