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Preserve your wedding bouquet to keep it beautiful!

Your wedding bouquet is one of the most beautiful and meaningful wedding-related items – so it is only natural to want to preserve it for the years to come. How to do that, though? What are some of the most important things to know about bouquet preservation methods? We have gathered them right below – so read on to find out more and take the best decision for your bouquet.

  • Press and frame. This is one of the most well-known methods to preserve a bouquet – and although it may not allow you to preserve the entire bouquet, it can help you partially preserve your bouquet and display it in a beautiful frame. Basically, what you have to do with this method is take a few blooms out of your bouquet and press them in a book, then frame them. You can do this yourself, or you can hire a professional to do it for you.

  • Glass dome and shadow box. If you want to preserve the entire bouquet, you can choose to have your bouquet freeze-dried or silica gel-dried, then placed in a beautiful glass dome or shadow box. Again, this is a wonderful way to display the bouquet as a souvenir from one of the most beautiful days of your life.

  • Choosing the right preservationist. It is absolutely crucial that you choose an experienced preservationist - so make sure to do your research, read reviews and only settle for someone you can actually trust. Also, don’t forget to ask about the delivery options – some preservation companies will provide you with a padded box or cooler for the shipping, while others will leave this to you.

J&M Entertainment can help you create memories that are simply unforgettable. Our wedding entertainment, lighting and videography services are here to provide you and your guests with an experience everybody will love – so contact us and find out more about us and how you can hire us for the Big Day!

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