Now Introducing The Heirloom Bouquet

I am so excited to announce that I am now collaborating with The Heirloom Bouquet! Now, any Trish Allison Bride (whether you’re working with myself or an associate), will be given the option to have your bridal bouquet preserved in the most beautiful way. I truly wish that I had this art from my own bouquet three years ago!

The Heirloom Bouquet is a modern way to preserve your wedding bouquet into an elegant & timeless heirloom.  It’s is an exclusively developed, custom fine art print, crafted using distinct techniques that will preserve your bridal bouquet for generations to come. The most beautiful and memorable piece of art to hang on your walls!

The Options

Backdrops – Natural Linen, English White, Light Linen, French Blue, Camel, Black
Sizes – 11×14, 16×20, 24×30
Frames – Black, Natural, White (Matted or Unmatted)

The Process

You’ll start by browsing the options listed above on my custom pricing guide and give me your final design selections (Pro Tip: make selections that look best with the décor of your home!). At this time, a $200 deposit will be placed. The final payment will be due two weeks before your wedding date. The best way to figure out what florals are in your bouquet is to email your wedding florist for details.

On your wedding day, either my associate or I will help you keep your bouquet as hydrated as possible. The night of your wedding, your bouquet will be taken home and refrigerated to keep the flowers as luscious as possible. The next day, I will fix and rehydrate any blooms that need help. Once your design is created, a talented calligrapher will delicately label each of the flowers within the bouquet. The final photograph is printed on museum-quality paper and may be custom matted, framed, and shipped directly to your home!

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Minneapolis, Minn. based photographer capturing marriage and motherhood through timeless and joyful images.

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Minneapolis, Minn.

Estd. 2013