Lot of 300 assorted navy, perfect and imperfect sola flowers.
This lot of navy flowers are made up of both good and imperfect flowers. The lot has flowers from the end of dye lots, flowers where dye did not absorb all the way through, flowers that were smaller than description or damaged petals.
The mix is composed of large chorkis, chorkis, heavy on mini chorkis, roses, mini roses, carnations, star magnolias, dahlias, magnolias, zinnias, camellias and belly sola flowers.
1-3 business days
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
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But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Sola flowers are not fresh flowers. They are handmade with shavings from tapioca or balsa tree bark. Because they are handmade, and made from natural materials, no two are exactly alike. Some brown veining are on some of the flowers due to being made from the bark of a tree. They feel like thick paper in person.
No, all greenery and filler flowers I use in my designs are real plant material that has either been air dried, or chemically preserved and dyed after it has air dried. This allows all my items to be kept as keepsakes after your event.
Since all my items are keepsake items, you may keep your flowers 1 year or more before your event if you have a place to store them. They should be stored in a dry place with no humidity and no direct sunlight. Direct sunlight over time will eventually fade the flowers. After your event, you'll still be able to enjoy your keepsake items.
Yes! Although hardier than fresh flowers, sola flowers are still fragile and need to be handled with care. Our designs are carefully packed for shipping, but sometimes small tears or broken petals may occur due to shipping. Even if this happens, the flowers are still beautiful and usable.
Feb 2, 2018