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Vintage Romance

Product pictured : 30 cm

* Set delivery price whatever the quantity ordered: €9.80

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Natural colour and style
This stylish new addition to Aquarelle's range of dried flower bouquets is composed of pretty orange and red helichrysums surrounded by a handful of dried wheat and oats. Its natural simplicity will add an irresistible touch of vintage charm to any decor and it's easy to maintain and beautifully long-lasting!
Instructions for care

How to take care of dried flowers

  • Do not place the stems in water as the bouquet should be kept dry.
  • To keep the colours bright, avoid exposing the flowers to direct sunlight.
  • Dried flowers require very little maintenance, but they can be dusted occasionally using a hair drier on a low, cool setting.
  • NB: Dried flowers should always be handled head downwards.
Clients' reviews

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
Instructions for care
Clients' reviews

Natural colour and style
This stylish new addition to Aquarelle's range of dried flower bouquets is composed of pretty orange and red helichrysums surrounded by a handful of dried wheat and oats. Its natural simplicity will add an irresistible touch of vintage charm to any decor and it's easy to maintain and beautifully long-lasting!

How to take care of dried flowers

  • Do not place the stems in water as the bouquet should be kept dry.
  • To keep the colours bright, avoid exposing the flowers to direct sunlight.
  • Dried flowers require very little maintenance, but they can be dusted occasionally using a hair drier on a low, cool setting.
  • NB: Dried flowers should always be handled head downwards.