FAKE FLOWERS BUT NOT AS YOU KNOW IT:
CHANGE YOUR PERCEPTION & FALL IN LOVE WITH FAKE FLOWERS IN NZ
Nothing is better than real flowers as they look beautiful and brighten up a room, not only with their beauty, but also with their fragrance. However, they have some distinct drawbacks - mainly being they will only last 1 week. Luckily, the solution is simple: fake flowers! Although there will always be a place for real flowers, Curated Botanics has the skills for getting the most out of fake flowers in NZ.
THE BENEFITS OF FAKE FLOWER ARRANGEMENTS
Real flowers are lovely, but there are several reasons why you might prefer their high-quality faux counterparts. Here are three distinct benefits that fake flowers have over real ones:
They don't need much maintenance. With artificial flowers, you and your friends can focus on and enjoy the event, instead of having to spend time ensuring that the flowers have enough water to prevent them wilting in the sun. All you need to take care of your faux flowers is a hairdryer on a low, cool setting to get rid of any dust that may have accumulated.
They are hypoallergenic. While the bright colours of flowers may be easy on the eye, pollen can be hard on the nose. With fake flowers, you can enjoy all the benefits of real flowers, without any of the stuffiness, sniffles or sneezing.
They can last forever. Real flowers remain beautiful for a few days, but after that, you are stuck watching a beautiful arrangement slowly losing its lustre. That's not to mention cleaning up all the dried and fallen petals and leaves. Fake flowers, on the other hand, never wilt. They will remain beautiful for many years!
ABOUT CURATED BOTANICS
Curated Botanics was born from the shared passion of two sisters from Auckland. Abbey brings her background in interior design to the business, while Heather offers her skills for arranging flowers artistically. Curated Botanics provides customers with beautiful ‘silk’ flowers with realistic leaves. Contact Curated Botanics today for the most beautiful fake flower arrangements in NZ.