There are many do-it-yourself kits available at craft stores and they are much more economical. How can the cost of freeze-drying flowers be justified?

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There are many do-it-yourself kits available at craft stores and they are much more economical. How can the cost of freeze-drying flowers be justified?

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There is only one chance to properly preserve a wedding day bouquet or other flowers of significance. It is true one will spend less money if they attempt to preserve their own flowers. It is also true that those flowers will eventually look nothing like they did in their original state. If you take a cost of $650 to properly preserve a bouquet, let’s say for 30 years, it comes to about $21 per year or less than two dollar per month! A worthwhile investment to guarantee the bouquet is beautiful and will be enjoyed and displayed proudly in your home.

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