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FAQ

Dried flowers are (or were) fresh flowers that have been left to dry out naturally. For example, Australian native bunches are great ideal flowers for drying. Sometimes people will hang their flowers upside down in a cupboard or a cool, dry place, to allow the flowers to dehydrate completely. Persevered flowers on the other hand, are fresh flowers that go through a process of rehydration. The flowers are normally placed into glycerine (an odourless/colourless viscous liquid) which then is absorbed through the flower’s stem.

Your dried and preserved flowers are expected to last between one to ten years, if not longer, depending on how well they are cared for.  

Both options have similar care instructions.
You can care for your new florals by doing the following:

  • Not displaying them in direct sunlight (indoor use only)
    (If for example you’re having an outdoor event with florals for the day or say a Christmas wreath on your front door, for short periods of time it is okay to have the flowers outside. We just do not recommend having them outside where the elements can affect them 24/7 – as this can affect how they look and their lifespan).
  • Do not water or spray perfumes onto the flowers – as this can damage the way they look and their lifespan.
  • Keeping them in cool, dry areas of your home and away from direct air vents.

Sometimes the dried and preserved flowers can get a bit dusty. A few ways I would clean the flowers off from dust would include:

  • Using a pressurized air duster (it comes in a can – you can buy them from places like Officeworks or Bunnings) and carefully, blowing any dust off your flowers. The air comes out fast so be careful not to have it too close to your flowers, just gently and slowly blow it over the top of them.
  • You can use a traditional feather duster and clean the dust off (however I would only recommend this on sturdier arrangements).
  • Using a hair dryer to blow off any dust works well too. Just make sure that it is on the lowest speed and with “no heat” option on and to not have it too close, to avoid damaging the flowers.  

We deliver to many suburbs across the Perth and Peel region. You can see if we deliver to your suburb by clicking here. Unfortunately, we cannot deliver to all suburbs due to distance from our location. If you do not see your suburb on the list, please don’t hesitate to message and we can see what we can do for you.

We deliver flowers currently on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. If for whatever reason we cannot deliver on one of these days, we will let you know in advanced on our socials. If this affects your order, we will email you directly.

Yes, we can! Please make sure you provide the recipients full name and room/ward information to allow for easier delivery.

If you have ordered flowers for delivery, they will be delivered any time between 10am-4pm.

We try our best to accommodate certain time frames for flowers to be delivered, however, we cannot always guarantee it. We will let you know if we can have your order delivered at your requested time frame but if not, know it will be delivered on your selected date between 10am-4pm.

Once your order has been delivered, we will send through a confirmation email.

Yes you can! These cards will be available as an additional option during checkout in the near future!

When you place an order with us, we will need your full name, mobile number, email, your recipients full name, mobile number, home/work address, if you would like a card message – what you would like us to say on it, and any details about the delivery address eg: if the property has gates, if it’s a home/business/school address, name of the business/school, etc. The more information we have the better, to make your ordering experiencing as smooth as possible for yourself (and I)!

Embloom operates delivery services on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and on special occasions like Valentine’s Day and Mother’s Day. (We will let you know what your delivery options are during these periods closer to each occasion).
As Embloom is an online business, we don’t necessary have opening/closing times like a regular bricks and mortar, but if you wish to get in contact with us, don’t hesitate to email us and we will get back to you as soon as we can.

If the recipient is not home, we will leave the flowers in a safe spot. If you would like them left in a particular spot, please let us know in the delivery notes when placing your order.
If we feel there is nowhere safe to leave the flowers, your order will come back with us to our studio. Please note if we must redeliver your flowers, another delivery fee will apply.

Each piece I make here at Embloom is a bespoke, one-of-a-kind creation. No one piece will ever look exactly the same as this art I make is a work of mother nature. Flowers, colours, sizes, texture, it all varies. If there is something that I have made and shared on my socials in the past, and you would like something similar to it, I am more than happy to make something similar for you, but note it will not be 100% the same.

Yes, we will! Send through an email about your special event today, whether that is for a wedding, engagement party, baby shower, anything really, and let’s have a chat about how we can make your day even more special with florals.