What type of materials do you use for your jewelry?

Sterling Silver, Stainless Steel, and 14K Gold-Filled. All three of these material options are hypoallergenic. 

What is the difference between sterling silver and stainless steel?

Sterling silver is a metal alloy that contains 92.5% silver and 7.5% alloy. It is harder than pure silver and favored for its durability. It may tarnish with time, but it can be easily cleaned. 

Stainless steel is a highly robust metal that is essentially rust-resistant and non-tarnishing when compared to other metals. 

What is 14K gold-filled and how does that compare to gold-plated or pure gold?

Gold-plated jewelry is the least expensive option. It contains a thin layer of gold on the outside (less than 1% of the total weight) and is filled with a base metal such as brass, copper, or nickel. It quite easily scratches and will tarnish quickly, thus it doesn't really have a gold value. 

Gold-filled jewelry contains 2-3 layers of solid gold on the outside, and other metals such as brass or silver on the inside. It won't tarnish and is far more durable than gold-plated jewelry. It has 100x more gold than gold-plated jewelry.

Pure 24K gold jewelry is exactly what it sounds like: pure gold, inside and out. It is the most expensive option.

At Bloom Page Wood, we opt for 14K gold-filled in order to provide you with an affordable, quality product. 

Where do you source your flowers?

Around half of our flowers are sourced from small business owners. The other half come from our garden where they are pressed by us.


When will you restock ____ style?

I try to keep best sellers in stock. However, most of our items are made-to-order. Certain flowers may be out of season, but for we try to keep popular flowers/greenery in stock all year round.


What does your packaging look like?

All orders come wrapped in recycled paper with a twine bow. Books and all accessories come in a cotton muslin bag. We utilize 100% plastic-free packaging. All of our packing materials are recyclable/recycled. Even our tape and shipping labels are eco-friendly. If you ever have any questions about our packaging, don't hesitate to ask!