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Dried Flowers

These long-lasting dried flowers make great gifts and are the perfect decor for any space!

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Dry purple flower arrangement featuring purple orchard grass, purple gypsophalia and dyed silver dollar and baby blue leaves.

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Dried flowers solve a timeless problem. Fresh flowers bring vibrant colors and a pleasing aroma but they lack longevity. Enter dried bouquets, designed by artisan florists with the best in preserved grasses and flowers. Dried flower bouquets look just as good as their fresh counterparts but don’t come with an expiration date! We love win-wins like that.



Benefits of Dried Flower Bouquets

If you’re looking for a simple way to source up your home decor, look no further than dried floral arrangements. Dried petals and leaves add texture to any space. These preserved blooms can complement any decorating aesthetic you have in your space and add dimension and character. Even better, our dry flower bouquets come in different colors so you can coordinate with any color scheme. With dried flowers in your toolbox, the sky is your limit when it comes to home decor.



Dried Florals We Use

  • Pampas grass

  • Loofa

  • Bleached oats and aster

  • Strawflower

  • Preserved palms

  • Terracotta wheat

  • White okra pods

  • Bleached bunnytails

  • Baby's breath


Rainforest Alliance Certified Dry Flower Arrangements

All the flowers in our dried collection come from Rainforest Alliance Certified farms. The Rainforest Alliance Seal certifies that farms have adhered to responsible and ethical practices. Rainforests are vital to our planet’s ecosystems and represent a key area where 21st-century practices can make a significant improvement on the way we’ve harvested the environment in the last 100+ years.