WEDDING BOUQUET SCARF
Botanically dyed using your wedding flowers
HOW SHOULD I KEEP MY FLOWERS?
After the wedding day keep the flowers in a vase either drying or in water. The flowers can then be sent to our studio to be steamed printed.
WHAT FLOWERS WORK BEST FOR BOTANICAL PRINTING?
Every bouquet that I have dyed has produced the most beautiful unique print. An entirely white bouquet will produce golden/yellow tones while a bouquet full of red roses will produce deep madder and purple prints. There is never a complete guarantee of the result and that is what makes this process so alluring.
CAN I ORDER AFTER MY WEDDING?
Yes! I have died flower bouquets up to twelve months after the wedding. Providing the flowers were kept dried.
HOW DO I LOOK AFTER
Natural dye is chemical-free (yay). This means it needs to be taken care of. Washing should be minimal and done in the following way.
-Hand wash in lukewarm water
-Dry flat in shade, do not expose to direct sunlight when drying.
Fading can occur over time.
HOW DO I POST MY FLOWERS?
Either hang the flowers upside down to dry or place them in a waterless vase. After a couple of days place flowers in a postal bag or box, you could wrap the stems loosely newspaper.
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