Wedding Specialists: Blossom and Rhyme



When Rachael Croxall first began learning the art of resin in college, she could have never guessed that the medium would have such an impact on her life and future business. “The craft immediately captured my interest for how difficult it was to make everything perfect. It wasn’t easy, which is why I liked it,” she explains. “Then, after working in the wedding industry for about two years, I realized I wanted to combine my greatest passions in life: working with weddings and resin art.”

Photos Courtesy of Blossom and Rhyme

Bouquet of pink peonies in resin.


Soon Croxall’s business, Blossom and Rhyme, was born, offering professional bouquet preservation for weddings and special events. Both fresh and older bouquets can be preserved in a variety of products, from blocks, trays, and bookends to ring holders and necklaces, each carefully crafted from hand-poured resin. Croxall and her team of 10 also go above and beyond by offering color correction and frosted edging – their “signature touch,” according to Croxall – on all orders.


Ring holder with flowers in resin


“I am passionate about Blossom and Rhyme because I get to preserve these memories for others to pass down through generations; it’s a timeless way to keep a piece of your special day forever,” shares Croxall. She’s also very passionate about connecting with her clients and has been known to write poems to go with orders based on the client’s love story, which is where the “Rhyme” in Blossom and Rhyme comes in.

“We truly take the time to ensure the quality of our work rises above – not only rising above, but always brainstorming ways to improve and innovate,” says Croxall. “Our plan is to be the brand that is known when you hear the words ‘bouquet preservation.’”

Rachel Croxall Rachel Croxall

@ blossomandrhyme


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