Getting flowers is great. They’re beautiful, they smell nice, and they brighten up a room — at least, they do for a time. But sooner or later, the blossoms fade and wilt, and they have to be thrown away. Bummer.
But traditional fake flowers leave something to be desired.
That’s exactly what Meagan Chapman was sick of, so she decided to make bouquets that can last forever and look great. After coming across a wooden flower, she started Eco Flower, creating beautiful, nonperishable bouquets made from salvaged and recycled materials.
Chapman uses all kinds of recycled materials to create her flowers, including scrap fabric, burlap, music sheets, old jewelry, bamboo, and more.
Each bouquet is handmade to order, so no two are alike. People can also customize their bouquets for special events.
In addition to the flowers being recycled, the vases they come in are recycled, as well.
Eco Flower also has a branch specifically dedicated to weddings and wedding decor.
They create wreaths, centerpieces, and other items.
Of course, seasonally themed pieces are in the mix, too.
Not only do they look great, but the bouquets are also perfumed. They give off a light, delicious scent that can last up to three months.
Learn a little bit more about the bouquets in this short video:
Giving flowers is great, but if you want something that can last as a keepsake, try one of these! Check out what they have on their website, and if you don’t see something that matches what you’re looking for, you can also request a custom bouquet. You can also keep up with their latest projects on Facebook, Pinterest, and Instagram.
Read more: http://www.viralnova.com/eco-flower/