South Bay Floral Preservation
Vase Bouquet

Catherine Tornero

Redondo Beach, CA 90277


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I use a drying process using a desiccant product. This method completely dehydrates your flowers and prepares them for display in a frame, dome or shadow box in the color, style and size of your choosing. The frame matte color can also enhance your flowers. I have many options to choose from and I will guide you through the entire process. The final product will be something so special, so unique and personal that you helped create.

Ideally, we should meet before your wedding so we can discuss your colors, flowers, budget, and any keepsakes you might like to include in your finished piece, such as an invitation, photo, boutonniere, rosary, garter, etc…

At that time, I will show you a variety of styles, frame types and mattes to choose from. You don’t have to decide at that meeting, you can wait until after you return from your honeymoon. What’s important is that I pick up or receive your bouquet soonest after the ceremony. I begin the preservation process the day I receive it.

I require a $150 deposit at the time I receive your bouquet. The full amount is due when you pick up your completed keepsake. I accept cash or check only. Make your check out to South Bay Floral Preservation.

Tip: I offer same day complementary pick up for receptions held in the South Bay (El Segundo, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Redondo Beach, San Pedro, Hawthorne, Lawndale, Lomita, Torrance, and Palos Verdes Peninsula).


  • Oval, round or rectangle frames
  • Domes
  • Shadow boxes

All keepsakes are custom-ordered and are available in any size to fit your budget. Prices begin at $200 and up depending upon the frame, dome or shadow box size you choose. I will also make my best recommendation based on your personal style and flower colors.

Special Instructions…
After the wedding, place your bouquet in a refrigerator (not freezer). No water. If possible, place it in a brown paper bag. Leave it there until you can drop off your bouquet. Remember: the fresher your flowers, the better the preservation. I recommend between 2-4 days after the wedding.

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