Why let Gold & Blooms press my bouquet?

To put it plain and simple...because that's what we're good at. Pressing flowers is not a easy task. In fact, there's a lot of ugly things that can happen to flowers when they are being dried & pressed. Unless you have had a lot of experience to figure out what works and what doesn't you'll want to leave this in the hands of a professional.

wedding bouquet in bride's hands, david

We will work with you every step of the way when it comes to the design of your pressed bouquet. When you initially book your spot with us you will choose the color frame & size you are interested in. We will reach out and finalize the information submitted 3 months prior to your wedding. Once your flowers are ready to be worked with we will consult with you again on the design and get to work on finalizing the layout. Lastly, we will seal and frame. 

Things to know

You will be sent an invoice for 1/2 of your purchase price when reserving your wedding date & the other 1/2 is due when your artwork is complete.

 

I will accept drop offs by appointment at my home in Lake St. Louis, MO

We do accept bouquets from all states excluding Hawaii & Alaska. 

Shipping is not included.

We must have your bouquet within 4 days after your wedding. If it's later we will still try to work with the flowers it just depends on the condition. I will send you detailed instructions on how to package your bouquet for overnight shipping when you make your reservation.

 

In order for us to guarantee that we can press your bouquet we recommend you to pre-book as far in advance as possible. You can do that below. 

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