Why Choose Us?
We have Japanese flower presses that will help the flowers dry with a high degree of color and delicacy.
Keep flowers refrigerated until they get boxed for delivery!
Decide on the details you would like.
Mail out the flowers and any other items you want included in your design.
Expect to be pleasantly surprised by the arrival of your Everlastings Flowers which have been #PerfectlyPressed
All of the people who currently help keep up with the timely process and demands for Everlastings Flowers.
The Master Artist
My name is Barbara Gaffney, and I have owned and operated my business since 1994. Until that time I had been pressing flowers as a hobby and had many friends and family members ask me to press some of their special blooms. One day while shopping in a boutique I saw a framed wedding invitation with pressed flowers and called the lady who made it. We shared ideas and our passion for pressed flowers and from there a business was born. I began simply by having some basic business cards made and giving them to local florists who then in turn told their customers about my services. The first year I did 4 wedding bouquets and the drying process was 6 weeks long, done in old phone books with weights on top. By my 2nd year, I did 54 weddings and had some funeral customers as well. Each year progressed as it should until in 2007 when I did 230 orders from all over the country. My methods have changed drastically and now I can get a bouquet in and have it dried, sealed, and framed in a few days’ time… from start to finish.
Director of Shipping & Operations
When Carl is not making sure everything is carefully handled as they come in, and leave, you will find him fishing or looking for amazing driftwood.
From the meanings of flowers, to descriptions and what flowers are in season, to what flowers are for specific occasions, this additional link will be a great resource for you......
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