We talked to Chester-based The Ceramic Botanist about how to preserve your wedding flowers

We talked to Chester-based The Ceramic Botanist about how to preserve your wedding flowers

Ever wondered what you'll do with your wedding flowers after the big day? Chester-based The Ceramic Botanist has the answer.

Owner Louise Condon is a designer and maker who has found a very modern approach to flower preservation. “Using the bouquet I can create a bespoke vase or tile,” Louise explains. “Every piece I create is unique to the couple with the shape, structure and size of the blooms taken into account. I often have requests to include certain flowers, symbols and names to immortalise people's memories.”

Your wedding flowers and items can be dropped off to Louise, or posted, and the finished piece is normally returned within four weeks.

For more information, or to arrange a visit to the studio, head to www.louisecondondesigns.co.uk

 
 
 
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