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  • What are the materials?

My jewellery pieces are made with resin and real dried flowers & foliage, origami paper, polymer clay, and some are glasses. 


  • What are the metal of the jewellery? Are they nickel free and hypoallergenic? 

Most of the stud posts and earring hooks are stainless steel. Some of them are brass, and some of them are zinc alloy. They are all nickel free, If you want them to be sterling silver, please get in touch before placing the order. I have some sterling silver and gold plated studs and earring hooks that I could change them to. I don't make the metal parts myself, so I can only use what I get from the supplier. 

  • Can I send you flowers for a custom order.

Yes I'm open to custom orders and always happy to create something special with someone's special flowers that they can cherish forever. Just get in touch using the contact form on the website.​

  • Will the flowers inside keep their colour forever?

All my flowers are naturally dried, pressed and preserved before encapsulating in the resin. Because it's occasionally a flower can still change or lose colour over time.

Jesmonite Homewares

  • What is Jesmonite

Jesmonite is a safe and environmentally conscious alternative to traditional resin based products, which provides a lightweight alternative to concrete. Jesmonite it a water & acrylic based, solvent free product - making it safe for many uses.


  • Can I use them in the bathroom or kicthen?

All jesmonite products are sealed in a water & heat resistant sealer making them safe for use in the bathroom and kitchen. They are NOT food safe at this time. Wipe clean with a damp cloth only and avoid the use of cleaning products or harsh chemicals, as this can damage the sealer used. NOT dishwasher or microwave safe.

Flower Preservation

  • Do I need to book in advance?

Yes, it is strongly advised to book before your wedding so that I can add your preservation request to my schedule. I only take a limited number of bookings per month. A £50 deposite is required to secure your date.

  • How soon after the wedding do you need my bouquet?

I prefer to receive your bouquet as soon as possible so that your flowers still look fresh and plump. Most bouquets are posted or brought to me a day or two after the wedding.

  • How do I get my bouquet to you?

I’m based in East Dulwich, London. You can drop the flowers off or we could collect if you are nearby. I also accept orders from customers nationwide by post. A full instructions will be given.​

  • How long will it take?

Turnaround time is very difficult to predict as each bouquet is different. I would try to finish every order within 6-8 weeks, during busy periods it could takes a bit longer. 

  • Do the flowers keep their colour?

Some flowers will change colour more than others. Keeping the ‘feel’ of the bouquet is very important to us when completing your final piece, but the flowers will change somewhat as they lose their moisture content.

  • Will all of the flowers be pressed?

Yes, but at times the odd flower will not press well—this is usually dependant on the condition of the bouquet when we receive it. Also, some flowers will not be used for the final piece—this just depends on how the frame looks best once it comes to arranging.

  • How will my frame last?

Some flowers will continue to fade slightly over time. To minimise this, it is important to keep your frame out of direct sunlight and, where possible, limit any exposure to humidity (so don’t put it in your bathroom!). The frames are sturdy and have UV glass, however, they do need to be treated with care as some flower fragments can drop within the frame over time.

If you have any other question, please use the contact form or send me an email.

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