How much do the flowers cost?
~ Our most frequently asked question (of course!). Since our flowers have a wide range of complexity, providing a black and white list of single stem flower prices to pick from is unfortunately something we don’t provide BUT don’t be discouraged! When it’s a single stem or a few stems you’re interested in, we are more than happy to provide pricing. The reasoning behind why we don’t provide a list is because it depends on the project at hand. Each flower can be made a multitude of different ways with buds, leaves, how it’s painted, how much it’s painted, if it’s something new we have to figure out how to create, etc., and having a price list would be a confusing, hundred pages on what makes the same flower slightly different and vary in price. So when I learn what it is you would like, I provide you with my knowledge of an estimate of what I think we will need to bring your vision to life and really make the most of the flowers and get the most bang for your buck.
Something that we did start providing with standard pricing for easy gifts is our Harley Rose Dried Bouquets starting at $28-$75+. Bouquets can include 1-3 paper flowers with designers choice of added dried elements and occasional fresh eucalyptus. Want it more colorful? Or more muted tones? We’ll go off whatever you request. Each bouquet is carefully designed to be placed directly into a vase. No fuss, no muss. Just how we like it.
Can you ship the flowers?
~ Yes! We have shipped numerous flowers to clients. We pack our flowers in a secure but loose manor to do the best on our end to get your girls to you safely.
Do you have any pre-made flowers?
~ We are unable to keep flowers in stock so everything is made to order. While we prefer to have advanced notice we also completely understand that...life happens! With that said we are always willing to do our best to work with you if you need something rushed.
Do you have any product in shops?
~ You can find a small assortment of our dried bouquets, palms, and various single stems at Patriae in Asbury Park, NJ
How do I order?
~ Please refer to our “Send Us a Note” section or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know what you’re interested in. Since we do not have an online shop we are more than happy to answer any questions you may have. Then we can email you an invoice or we accept cash, Venmo, and PayPal.
How long does it take to make a flower?
~ Depending on the flower, they can take anywhere from a half hour to a couple of days. The more detailed and intricate the flower, the longer it will take. While cosmos can sometimes be made pretty quickly, dahlias and hydrangeas can take much longer.
How long will a flower last?
~ Your flower can last you a lifetime as long as you don’t submerge it in water (eek!), keep it in low humidity areas and don’t let it get direct sunlight. Paint is applied to most of the petals and flowers which helps reduce fading but if you want it to keep its vibrancy, we suggest finding it a home out of the sunlight.
Do you do weddings?
Yes! We absolutely LOVE weddings! We provide anything from personals to arrangments and ceremony pieces. We also work with live flowers and can provide that as an option for the rest of your wedding.
What do the bouquets consist of?
~ It really depends on what you have planned for your bouquet post wedding. So, let me ask you these questions...
Were you hoping to keep the bouquet in tact to display after? Then we suggest mixing in more eucalyptus and some filler flowers that can dry out beautifully together.
Looking to just keep the flowers after? Then we can explore more options to go with your paper flowers.
Do you have allergies or are you eloping out of the country and and can’t transport any live/dried plants? Then full paper or artificial bouquet it is! We know the word artificial can make you feel like you’re getting jipped out of what live flowers can offer but we do our very best to source only the best and most realistic pieces for your bouquet when we can’t create something out of paper.
So...wait a minute. Your name isn’t Harley?
~ If you’ve called me Harley, chances are I’ve already given you the spiel of “I answer to Sandy, Sandra, or Harley!”. It all began years ago with Harley being a pseudonym of mine and has really just been a name I’ve always loved. No, I do not own a Harley but I do own a motorcycle that I love to ride as much as I can. Onto “Rose”, my grandmas middle name and someone who was a huge lover of gardens, birds, and nature. Only seemed fitting to add her into a part of this little floral business of mine.
Please reach out with any further questions.
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