Funeral Floral Preservations

If you have ever wanted to keep funeral flowers, preserve them with Suspended In Time®’s revolutionary process. Funeral 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. Flowers have historically been a comforting symbol of respect, admiration and even celebration at funerals and memorial services. Funeral flower preservation is growing in popularity as people realize how special it is to have a memory of the event that was the final tribute to someone they dearly loved.

collage of various encasements and styles of preserved funeral flowers and memorabilia

We get great joy from creating beautiful floral memorials that people love and cherish. Funeral flowers can be preserved and showcased in frames, shadow boxes, or in a modern pressed style. The options are varied for your keepsake, and our artists can create the perfect arrangement. We can even include a small urn in the encasement for those who have chosen cremation. Adding photos, eye glasses, knitting needles or any memorabilia or personal effects that are special to you and your loved one can be encased in a custom designed keepsake, becoming a memorial that will comfort loved ones for years to come. Keep your funeral flowers and preserve them today!

Love Lives On

"Those we love are never really lost to us, we feel them in so many special ways,
through friends they always cared about and dreams they left behind,
in beauty that they added to our days...
in words of wisdom we still carry with us, and memories that never will be gone...
Those we love are never really lost to us - for everywhere their special love lives on."

Contact a Suspended In Time® location today to discuss your preserved funeral flower keepsake!

Pressed Flowers

Yellow and white pressed flowers with ferns

Single lily pressed and encased as a memorial tribute

Multi colored pressed flowers in black frame

The frames and method we use for pressed flowers allow for a modern pressed look, but with the advantage of some dimension and more color retention, and the ability to include photos, funeral announcements, and other small memorabilia and personal effects.

Preserved Funeral Flowers

white oval frame with red and pink preserved funeral flowers in arc around old black and white photo of parents with baby

preserved lilies under photo of lady encased in dark brown oval frame with custom engraving

keepsake of pink roses and white daisies preserved in brown circle frame encasement

Four table domes of various sizes with the same preserved pink roses

glass box with sculptured hands holding red and white preserved roses

orange lily preserved with photo of man and funeral announcement in brown ornate frame

funeral flowers preservation displayed in silver jewelry box lid

photo of deceased sailor with preserved funeral flowers in brown frame encasement with decorations and engraving

a single pink rose with pink cancer ribbon preserved and encased in small white frame

table dome encasement memorial keepsake with preserved funeral flowers and photo of baby

funeral flowers preservation in arc around 2 photos of couple when young and old

two small matching table dome keepsakes each with a single preserved pink rose and pink cancer ribbon

a brown cathedral shaped shadow box with a cross created out of preserved funeral flowers

a drawing of Jesus surrounded by preserved tribute flowers in white frame

memorial flowers preserved around photos of a woman and of Mary encased in a white frame

glass box with light colord funeral spray flowers and a single dark purple daisy in the middle

table dome with brown wood base contains preserved funeral florals and a photo of a lady

multi-colored flowers preserved with photos of nephew in sleek brown oval frame with engraving

pink baby memorabilia keepsake in table dome with brown wood base

tribute florals preservation arranged around small urn with ashes and photo of couple