Dublin Floral Creations... ... uses flowers grown organically in their gardens in Williamsburg, Virginia. They take great pride in growing, pressing, and designing elegant creations which add an old-world charm to anyone's decor.
You can choose from a wide array of designs and sizes to fit all your specific needs. They make a uniquely ideal gift for the new homeowner, the garden enthusiast, or that special someone who has just about everything.
While the designs may appear to be the same, there are subtle differences with each one.
Mother Nature does not make all flowers exactly the same and this makes each design a truly original work of art that can be enjoyed for a lifetime. We have developed special techniques for pressing our garden flowers so their colors will last for decades. We also use UV protective acrylic instead of glass, which helps prevent fading. Each flower is secured in place to ensure the design will be maintained.
About the Artist Ray Doolan, a native of Swansea, Massachusetts, found an interest in horticulture at a very young age. Ray is a graduate of Bristol County Agricultural High School, where he studied floriculture and landscape design. After High School, Ray went on to get his business degree from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, Rhode Island, and he is also a graduate of Rittner’s School of Floral Design Boston , Ma. His love for flowers and various plant life brought him many years of landscape designing and planting for private homes and businesses. In 1994, Ray was living in Dublin, New Hampshire when he was inspired by his next-door neighbor, a retired educator named Barbara Carll, to combine his artistic abilities and knowledge of plant material. The pressed flower business was germinated and grew. Growing, pressing, and designing an artistic product in all its various forms. Ray takes great pride incorporating wedding invitations, birth announcements, photographs, or other mementos with his original one-ofa- kind designs. He has developed special techniques of pressing his garden flowers so their colors will last for decades. Ray resides in Williamsburg, Va.