Made of purple preserved roses and complementary white flowers, this bouquet has a soft elegance to it. If you are looking for a bouquet for a woman of grace, this might be the one for her.
There is more than meets the eye: beneath the layers of wrapping paper is a hexagon glass jar. Once the wrapping papers are removed, it is also a readily available living room or office desk décor.
Tip from the florist: Preserved flowers are increasingly sought after as they have a significantly longer shelf life as compared to fresh flowers. They do not require a lot of maintenance, either. Keep them dry and avoid direct sun, and they should have a shelf life of at least 3-4 years.
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