Toronto, CA, October 01, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Weddings can be stressful events at the best of times. Even the most carefully laid wedding plans can go wrong. One often overlooked but crucial component are the wedding flowers, bridal bouquets, wedding and other bridal flower arrangements such as hairpieces, corsage and nosegays can be a big let-down if they are not radiantly fresh and perfectly in bloom.
Most couples want to keep cherished mementos of their special day or give them as gratitude gifts or wedding favours, and often wonder how to preserve their wedding flowers.
Enter preserved wedding flowers; a natural more appealing alternative to fake looking artificial flowers. These exquisite blooms can be ordered long in advance of the 'special day', require no maintenance and come perfectly bloomed.
With consumer demand now pushing for eco-friendly 'zero waste' products, as well as the Canadian government's commitment to investing in clean technology, it seems like the perfect solution for the eco-friendly environmentally conscious wedding couple and forward looking florist retail industry alike.
And it's not just the wedding flower industry that stands to benefit in a big way.
Preserved flowers are suitable gifts for a huge range of other important occasions such as Valentine’s Day, Graduations, Mother’s Day, Birthdays, Get Well Wishes and Anniversaries to name just a few. They are perfectly suited for hampers and gift boxes.
They are also ideal for being re-purposed as stunning home decorations and floral accessories.
Thanks to UNEED Flowers, the newly launched online preserved flowers supplier based in Toronto, this eco-friendly dream has now become a welcome and timely reality.
UNEED Flowers offers natural flowers and foliage that have been treated using a cutting edge eco-friendly technique that greatly preserves their freshness and delicacy from several months up to several years.
UNEED Flowers CEO said: “Let us bask in the perpetual beauty of preserved flowers.”
UNEED Flowers, the biggest preserved flower wholesaler in Toronto was founded by Laetitia Louie, a professional floral designer trained in Ikebana, the Japanese art of flower arrangement, modern western design, and is a licensed lecturer of the Japan Preserved Flower Association.
For more information about the company visit: https://www.uneedflowers.com/