Step into a world of everlasting beauty with The House of Florals. Explore our sustainable dried and preserved flower bouquets, available in small and large sizes, and ship them anywhere in the US. These bouquets bring lasting color and joy to your space. Whether for yourself or as a gift, embrace enduring sophistication with The House of Florals. From the flirty "Pink and Posh" to the mysterious "Blueberry Noir," and the joyous "Sunny Side up" to the elegant "Desert Sands," these bouquets tell a modern, exciting botanical story, inviting you to delve deeper.
Reduce Flower Waste
Fresh flowers last about a week and take many gallons of water to grow new flowers. Dried flowers will last up to a year with proper care
As you don't have to replenish all the time.
Brings joy to your space with little to no care.
You Cannot Kill Them
You are guaranteed to be good at something.
FEEL GOOD ABOUT PURCHASING DRIED FLOWERS
Open the box, remove the paper and you will see your bouquet.
Remove the ribbon and repurpose.
Choose your vase and measure how much stem length to cut by holding your bouquet next to your vase.
Hold the bouquet in your hand and cut the string holding the bouquet together. Place in vase.
To remove the bouquet, cut the zip tie.
Cut the string.
Remove the paper.
The flowers should sit just above the lip of the vase. Cut stems with sharp or floral scissors.
Adjust as needed.
We love these flowers
as they don’t need water, and should never be placed in water.
The stems will last for years
by keeping them inside, out of direct sunlight and moisture.
Handle with Care
Preserved flowers have a more supple feel and dried flowers are less flexible.
Some shedding is normal.
The Flowers are Real
Embrace the natural beauty of color and texture variations.
Gently dust or use a hairdryer on low
Flowers have natural oils and are prepared with preservation oils and natural dyes that may cause staining. As a precaution do not place on fabrics or furniture without placing a protective covering first. This rarely happens, but better to be safe than sorry.