Floral Preservation by Picture This ~ The Details

Here are some interesting details about the ingredients and the history of the Invitations Collection.

The bride picked out an ornate golden frame to match her invitation. We added her white Peonies, her Phalaenopsis Orchids and Jasmine. As soon as I started to do this one, I knew it was going to be a beauty. The bride picked out an ornate golden frame to match her invitation. We added her white Peonies, her Phalaenopsis Orchids and Jasmine. When she was saw it she fell in love all over again with the flowers in her bouquet.


Peacock feathers, Peonies, Lisianthus, multi-colored blue and turquoise tiny Orchids make this a unique and unusual invitation preservation. Peacock feathers, Peonies, Lisianthus, multi-colored blue and turquoise tiny Orchids make this a unique and unusual invitation preservation. It is framed in a blush gold frame and it hangs at Gardens of Paradise in Aqua Dulce, California.


This invitation was framed in a beautiful silver leaf formal frame. This invitation was framed in a beautiful silver leaf formal frame.
The flowers are bright pink Calla Lilies, Queen Anne's Lace, pink Roses with assorted greenery and Jasmine with touches of rhinestones to complete the formal appearance. This is hung in Claire's Flowers in Santa Clarita, California. She has her full bouquet hanging next to the invitation.

A beautiful young bride was married on the English ship, The Queen Mary in Long Beach with an art deco wedding theme. A beautiful young bride was married on the English ship, The Queen Mary in Long Beach with an art deco wedding theme. Her bouquet featured green and white Kale, purple Roses, white Baby's Breath and Stephonitis. The invite was separated to show the 40's bride and the invitation to list the details of this fabulous wedding. It was framed in an ornate brushed silver frame.

Black feathers, shocking pink feathers, Eggplant Calla Lilies, blue Lisianthus, Fuschias and Orchids make this a beautiful invitation presentation. Black feathers, shocking pink feathers, Eggplant Calla Lilies, blue Lisianthus, Fuschias and Orchids make this a beautiful invitation presentation. The boutonnière is arranged on the side so that both sides of the wedding couple are represented. After all, the groom was a part of this wedding too.


This was simple to make with Jasmine, dark Roses, leaves and climbing Hedge Cover. This was a surprise invitation I gave to the couple. They had really wanted an invite but the two leopard prints on the two different pictures didn’t match, so they went with the large bouquet. This was simple to make with Jasmine, dark Roses, leaves and climbing Hedge Cover. They were married at the Antelope Country Club in Palmdale, California. It looked great in the wide rustic frame with the gold surrounding the picture.
This invitation can be made for a mom, mother-in-law or even the couple. It is on a promotion of 50% off an 8” x 10” when you purchase a larger picture. It’s is only $100 plus tax for a limited time. See the Specials page for more information.

Their invitation preservation was yellowish orange Calla Lilies, some flowing vines and a few leaves. But they put it in our most popular black frame and it looks elegant. One beautiful girl fell for a gorgeous guy and they got married … fast forward … one handsome boy, a set of darling twins (a boy and girl) and a sweet adopted daughter living with them while she recovers from an accident in Africa. Their invitation preservation was yellowish orange Calla Lilies, some flowing vines and a few leaves. But they put it in our most popular black frame and it looks elegant. It is on the wall at Joyful Noise Entertainment in Saugus, California.
There were white Tulips on top with dark purple and white Callas surrounded by different white feathers and tied together by silver wire.This was a surprise from the mom for her daughter and son-in-law. The mom was a charming Asian woman who wanted an Asian frame for her picture and nothing else. I immediately ordered one I knew she would like in dusted silver with brown highlights. She loved it. She said it was just what she wanted. There were white Tulips on top with dark purple and white Callas surrounded by different white feathers and tied together by silver wire. The young couple has a dog who is depicted on the invite. They really wanted the dog to attend, but he lives with them in San Francisco and the reception was in Malibu. Too bad, so sad. But he can look at the pictures and floral preservation when mom and daddy return.
The bridal couple selected one of our most unusual frames – brushed gold and brown over wood.The bridal couple selected one of our most unusual frames – brushed gold and brown over wood. Inside were Shasta Daisies, Gerber Daisies and blue Delphinium with an ivy border around the picture. The Gerber Daisies were complimented by rhinestones in their centers. The boutonnière is on top right with the silver ribbon peaking out. The couple said their vows at Robinson Ranch, Santa Clarita, California.

We only used the Jasmine and burgundy and green Hydrangea. The Jasmine and burgundy Hydrangea matched the picture on the invitation. This was a very special invitation. It was for the children of very dear friends of ours at the time. The parents are unique and we couldn't have given them anything that was normal. We only used the Jasmine and burgundy and green Hydrangea. The Jasmine and burgundy Hydrangea matched the picture on the invitation. Needless to say, they adored it. This was the last floral presentation I made in a washed white taupe frame.

Black is a favorite color of frames these last couple of years, dark or chocolate brown is a runner up. Black is a favorite color of frames these last couple of years, dark or chocolate brown is a runner up. This formal invitation displayed and bride and groom’s names and the date of the wedding separately. Then, in the middle of the invite is a burgundy ribbon with a rhinestone circle depicting the wedding ring. This bride wanted lots of “bling,” so I put additional rhinestones at the base of the invite and added them to the black Calla Lilies. This was an exquisite formal invitation and they loved it.
This one has a white Lily, white Lisanthus and buds, ferns and leaves of budding Jasmine. This was a gift for my ex-husband and his wife on the occasion of his fourth wedding. Actually, this was a copy of the original. It was so well liked that I made a duplicate of it for Bloomie's Florist in Newhall, California. The original is in the master bedroom of James St., Kingston, Pennsylvania.
Because I travel to the east coast, as part of my family is there, I end up making many bouquets and invites for east coast clients. I have made them for New York, New Jersey, Pennslyvania and I am working on one for a client in Maryland. This one has a white Lily, white Lisanthus and buds, ferns and leaves of budding Jasmine. I hope this is their final nuptial.
This was a beautiful mixture of different yellow Lillies and an off-yellow Calla boutonnière with blue Delphinium. I don't know whatever happened to the couple who picked out this frame and arrangement. This was a beautiful mixture of different yellow Lillies and an off-yellow Calla boutonnière with blue Delphinium. The Jasmine follows the design on the invitation. They were married at Valencia Country Club in Valencia, California.

What bride doesn't want to have a wedding at Disneyland, a place where all your dreams come true? What bride doesn't want to have a wedding at Disneyland, a place where all your dreams come true? In the middle of the invitation you can see the carriage pumpkin and horseman racing to get Cinderella to the ball. And afterwards, the Prince places the shoe on her foot and they get married. The invitation preservation is placed in our Rosewood frame displaying purple Orchids, bluish purple Hydrangea and tiny white Orchids. This was truly a magical day for all.
This bride was so delighted with the invitation that we made for her several years ago, she decided to get one for to her sister. This bride was so delighted with the invitation that we made for her several years ago, she decided to get one for to her sister. She chose a Rosewood frame with the invite sections split so the names and date were on the small part on the section. The invitation was displayed announcing their wedding at The Woodland Hills Country Club in Woodland Hills, California. The flowers that were featured were white Calla Lillies, Phalaenopsis Orchid, white Gardenia, Jasmine with the boutonnière wrapped in green ribbon.


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