Floral preservation // Jewelry & home decor

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Note from shop owner

Last updated on Dec 23, 2020

Hey friends! I’m currently working on the next big drop. Follow me on Instagram for more updates. 🤍


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About CultivateWildflower

Sales 40
On Etsy since 2018

think of how the wildflowers grow

Hey friend! I’m Nicole, owner and creator of Cultivate Wildflower. I started my creative journey back in 2018 with no expectation. I had so much encouragement and kind words from my friends for stepping out into starting an Etsy. I had zero idea what I was doing, but I had passion for making things! I kept getting discouraged from the bumps in the road that would happen along the way. Fast forward to quarantine in 2020 (I know, right?) It was during this time that I finally found my true niche of working with resin and florals.

I came up with the name “Cultivate Wildflower” as a few reminders for myself. My word for 2020 was “cultivate.” Cultivate has two meanings: 1. To prepare and use (land) for crops or gardening 2. To try to acquire or develop (a quality, sentiment, or skill). Wildflower came from the book of Matthew 6:30. If our Heavenly Father cares so incredibly about how the wildflowers grow, how much more does he care for you even on those days that you have small faith. ✨

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    I'm Nicole, owner of Cultivate Wildflower. I do it all! From making to taking your item to the Post Office. I can’t wait to make something for you soon

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Last updated on Oct 7, 2020
Frequently asked questions
How long before I need to get my bouquet to you?

You need to over night ship them to me the day after your wedding. It’s extremely important that I receive your flowers as soon as possible in order to preserve them in the best condition before starting my drying process. The sooner the better!

Will my flowers change colors at all?

Most flowers do change color slightly when being cast in resin. For example, red/deep purples tend to be slightly darker. White tends to pull more ivory.

It is important that you treat your piece like fine art. Avoid places that have lots of sun, heat (fireplaces) or humidity (bathrooms.) Your piece will stay beautiful for years to come.

Can you preserve my bouquet if I’m international/married outside of the US?

Unfortunately, no. Fresh flowers need to be received no more than 3 days after your wedding. There’s too many risks for me to feel comfortable taking a bouquet in this scenario.

What happens with what you don’t use?

I can always air dry what I don’t use upon request. Please let me know if this is something you are wanting.

Otherwise, left over stems, buds, etc will actually be composted and given back to the earth. My grandparents have a garden that I’ve always enjoyed being able to eat from. Maybe this is where I began my love for all things that are grown. ☺️