It's Wedding Season...
Nowadays, weddings are quite a production. Couples often spend over a year planning every detail of their special day, sometimes with the help of a wedding planner. When the day arrives, they can't believe how fast the actual wedding day flies by. After it is over, wouldn't it be wonderful to have a few keepsakes, in addition to the almost obligatory photos and video? Especially ones that you could have out to remind you of your commitment to one another.
You may be wondering why a company like Fine Home Displays is taking up space musing about weddings and celebrations, but since we specialize in displaying prized keepsakes, weddings have come to be one of our areas of attention. And just as with other mementos that you have, we can help you preserve, protect and display keepsakes from your wedding!
The focus today is on wedding flowers. Couples sink some serious cash into the flowers for the wedding, so it is really great to be able to preserve some of them to enjoy for longer than just a week or so. There are all kinds of floral arrangements in all kinds of colors for the bride.
|Some opt for traditional bouquets, |
beautiful in their simplicity and grace.
|Some go for a more modern &|
funky look, adding bold color and style.
|A single calla lilly is a classic |
& elegant choice.
|This modern look is a showstopper!|
|Wow! This huge bridal bouquet is|
a stunner displayed in a large
|This bouquet and boutonniere are|
a perfect pair displayed in a dome
and on an ornament stand.
|This classic bouquet takes on|
a vintage feel in a glass dome
with walnut base.
|For a smaller space, just the top|
of the bouquet fills this dome.
|A small dome is the perfect|
way to display a single bloom.
|What a wonderful wedding favor!|
- a power drill
- a small saw
- a hammer
- some wood glue
- a wood dowel that is 1/8" - 1/4" in diameter (even a bamboo chopstick could do the trick, depending on the height of your arrangement).
|We wonder if that famous bouquet is|
preserved in a dome somewhere
in Kensington Palace!