All too often, the term “preserved” is misused to describe plants that are not. In order to clarify all the techniques that exist and to give the right information about the product we are selling, we are creating a semantic that did not exist before. Find out more in this article.
Benoît Saint-Amand presents a gentle creation entitled “Beauty of the fields” with a romantic, country spirit. The bouquet holder structure serves as a base for assembling gypsophila, stoebe and stypa. Fancy roses are delicately scattered in the middle of the bouquet and blend perfectly with the lightness of the mountain fern leaves.
On a base with a unique shape, Aurélien Guintoli proposes a summer creation in the shape of a drop with yellow tones. It is made up of dried lona, stabilised craspedia, dried starflower and a beautiful and unique stabilized pink orchid. The impact created by this diversity of plants brightens up any environment where this piece is given a home.
Discover this timeless bridal bouquet by Benoît Saint-Amand. This delicate creation is made of 3 different types of white and grey roses, white hydrangea, mini pampas, ferns and Easter lilies. Set on a mesh structure made with the Twist technique, each stem was recreated with galvanised wire covered in Flowertape.
Plastic is fantastic! A slogan that could easily be adopted by William Amor, the Parisian…
With this new composition, Benoît Saint-Amand offers a classic that is easy to create. The “crown” bouquet, composed of roses on stems, has been created using the palisade technique. A simple ribbon at the base of the bouquet adds the perfect touch of elegance and makes this bouquet the perfect Mother’s Day gift.
Benoît Saint-Amand presents a new creation with a spring theme and a bird’s nest inspiration. On a wire structure with a “spider” shape, he mixes a variety of plants and stabilised flowers: gynerium, rose, gypsophila or gardenia. Harmoniously arranged, this country-style bouquet gives the impression of having been picked as it is in nature.
We invite you to discover Maria Clara Correa, the producer of Kiara Flowers stabilized roses. In the early 2010s, she tells us how choosing preserved flowers saved her business and what challenges she overcame. Keep reading to find out more about the success story of the Queen of Roses.
If you are visiting the Dutch capital, you should not miss the Van Gogh Museum. This museum has the most beautiful collection of works by the painter Vincent Van Gogh. We take you on a tour on SecondNatur.
Bhutan, located between China and India, at the foot of the Himalayas, is one of the…
It’s the last moments before Valentine’s Day, just enough time to make this step by step gift for your customers. This small container filled with delicate white rose petals, topped with a stabilized red rose, will be perfect to melt the hearts of all lovers.
There’s an air of romance everywhere, it’s nearly Valentine’s Day after all. And to celebrate the season of love in style, what better way to put your customers in the mood than with a DIY creation. This birch heart with its graphic effect, accompanied by ivy and stabilized red roses, can be made in just a few minutes!
A flowery bow tie, an ice cream cone filled with stabilized flowers, decors with vivid colors… Anthony Denis’ world is unique because of his inspirations and various personal as well as professional experiences that he shares with us in this interview. Today, as an instructor, he has at heart to share his passion for floral art with future floral designers, while cultivating the bright future of preserved plants.
Discover this delicate arrangement, ideal for presenting a festive effect to your customers. The glitter, silver ribbon and decorative stars create a New Year’s Eve look. Make this creation in a few easy steps and only a few minutes.