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2019 before + after: wedding flowers transformed into jewelry - part two

Without further ado, here's the second set of wedding bouquet preservation jewelry from 2018 nuptials. Check out the first set here. Thanks again to all of the couples who kindly shared their stories!


October in Gold Canyon, Arizona

Michelle celebrated her wedding at the picturesque Superstition Mountain Country Club in early October 2018. She reached out to me two days after her wedding, and we were able to get her flowers pressed and in the mail back to me within a week. We preserved an autumn bouquet of cherry brandy roses, green ruscus and red leaves. Since then we created a beautiful jewelry set including earrings, necklaces, and cuff links.


Earrings, necklaces, and cuff links with cherry brandy roses, green ruscus and red leaves.
Florals by The Floral Theory | Bouquet Photo by Ashley Rae Photography


October in Napa, California

Carissa's wedding took place at the Carneros Resort & Spa in Napa in late October. Since it was local, Carissa dropped off her flowers to me the day after her wedding, and I took care of pressing them. You can see a video of pressing in action here. Her green and white bouquet included drumstick, eucalyptus, lisianthus, ranunculus, rose, fern, mint, rosemary, scabiosa and more.

A set of jewelry with eucalyptus, mint, drumstick, ranunculus, olive, and rose.
Florals by Julie Stevens Design | Bouquet photo by The de Jaureguis 


October in Baltimore, Maryland

Laleh's October wedding took place at the rustic Mt. Washington Mill Dye House. We preserved eucalyptus, astilbe, lisianthus, dahlias, ruscus, rose and more from her bouquet! We created a necklace and earrings with her colorful botanicals.

A jewelry set with ruscus, rose, and dahlia.

Florals by Stacy Bowen Floral Design | Bouquet Photo by Zachera Photo 


September in Banff, Alberta

Krissy's late-summer wedding took place at the rustic Buffalo Mountain Lodge in the Canadian Rocky Mountains. From her purple, green, and white bouquet, we preserved dahlias, bupleurum, strawflowers, roses, and some greens. 

A set of dahlia, bupleurum, strawflower, and rose jewelry.
Florals by Banff Mountaintop Flowers | Bouquet Photo by Alpine Peak Photography


October in Billings, Montana

Melissa celebrated her wedding in early fall at the historic and elegant Billings Depot in Billings, Montana. Her brilliantly colored bouquet included blue anemones, green and purple decorative kale, pink rose, blue thistle, and eucalyptus. We create a set of necklaces and a tie clip with her botanicals.

melissa clark wedding bouquet preservation - impressed by nature

A set of anemone, kale, and eucalyptus jewelry.
Florals by Gainan's Flowers | Bouquet Photo by Lymen Gillen

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