Hana Willow Design Will Turn Your Dried Bridal Bouquet Into a Work of Art
Last year, we couldn’t stop raving about the gorgeous works of art that Philly florist and Papertini Floral & Event Design owner Tanti Lina was crafting out of dried bridal bouquets. (We still can’t.)
And so it goes without saying that we’re pretty excited to spread the word about Lina’s new company, Hana Willow Design, which she recently launched to focus solely on floral preservation and artwork.
At Hana Willow Design, Lina is joined by lead designer Stefanie Kitchner (formerly of Ciao Bella Cakes; perhaps you’ll remember their grooms’ cakes, which we very much enjoyed?) and a dedicated team of artists who can transform your post-wedding bouquet into a custom piece of art to hang in your home. Whether you choose to only use the flowers, or you’d like to incorporate other personal mementos such as your wedding invitation, they’ll work with you to create a beautiful frame or shadowbox display. (Lina and her team never repeat a design, so it’s guaranteed that your piece will be unique and custom to you.)
The process remains very much the same: send your bouquet (either fresh, which is preferred, or already dry) to Hana Willow Design’s Philadelphia studio and with a few details about your wedding, they’ll dream up a design that suits your style. Prices begin at $325 for a 10×10 frame, with a variety of sizing options available.
For more information and to place an order, clients can contact Hana Willow Design at firstname.lastname@example.org.