Frequently Asked Questions
Hand Dyed - Flowers Will not Fade
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Here is a list of the most frequently asked questions:

How long will it take for me to press my flowers?
    Most wedding bouquets can be pressed in about an hour.

How long should I leave a heavy weight on my press?
    In most cases 2 weeks is about right, but make sure you leave them in a warm dry place. In the summertime a trunk of the car is perfect. In a moist cool location it can take up to a month.

How long will it take for me to receive my finished order?
Please allow 4 to 6 weeks from the time we receive your packet.

You say that you "hand color" my wedding flowers and that it makes them resistant to fading, what does that mean? And can I hang them in a sunny window?
Each petal, flower, and leaf is hand colored using our patented process. Although your flowers will not fade when they are exposed to sunlight, we all know that a car left in the sun for too many years will eventually fade. If your finished wedding piece is something that you want to pass onto you children, then it would be wise to put them in protected or filtered sun light situations only.

I have a special flower that is not covered in your Pressing Instructions."
    Either Email us at or for faster service just give us a call at 830/510-4938 and we will be happy to assist you.

I really love my finished Wedding piece, do you sell other windows or Stained Glass with pressed flowers in them.
Yes, we have a whole separate company that specializes in making Pressed Flowers in Beveled Glass pieces for sale. We specialize in the Texas bluebonnet, but we also have many other flowers for sale such as Miniature Roses, and Butterflies and Flowers to name a few.

How long has you company been in business?
We have been making Pressed Flowers in Beveled Glass since 1988. The Wedding part has been around since 1994. For a complete life history go to "About Us"