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Hand-Tied Bouquets

Hand-tied Bouquet FAQ

 

  • What is a hand tied bouquet?
    • It refers to a bouquet prepared by taking individual flower stems and arranging them directly in one’s hands to form the arrangement. The stems are normally tied together and wrapped with a ribbon to form a hand held bouquet.
  • Should you untie a hand tied bouquet?
    • No. Carefully remove all packaging or wrapping but don’t untie your flowers upon receiving a bouquet.
  • How do you keep a hand-tied bouquet fresh?
    • Display the bouquet in a cool place away from direct sunlight and ripening fruits. Replace water every 2 to 3 days.
  • How many stems in a hand-tied bouquet?
    • The quantity of flowers varies depending on the type or size of the bouquet you plan to make
  • How long do hand tied flowers last?
    • Flowers in a hand-tied bouquet typically last 5 days to a week.
  • How do you keep a hand tied bouquet fresh?
    • Keep the bouquet in a cool place away from direct sunlight and ripening fruits. Replace water every 2 to 3 days.
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