Last Saturday we hosted a private floral crown workshop as part of some bachelorette festivities. It was a great night and we had Teah Lizee Photography on hand to capture the fun. I’m excited to share this little glimpse into the evening!
We snacked on SuzyQ Doughnuts and sipped on sparkling pink lemonade. We also had some sparkling lavender beverages but I forgot to bring a bottle opener so they just sat looking pretty. Sigh.
We had six ladies participate in the workshop which is a great number because it’s enough to create a lively atmosphere but still small enough to give all of the participants some one on one instruction.
Because it was a bachelorette, I opted for a selection of brightly coloured flowers for the ladies to choose from. Most of the product for the workshop was Ontario grown.
Here I am explaining how to get started on making a floral crown and describing the different styles.
And here’s everyone picking out the flowers and greens for their crowns.
Although there’s several different ways to go about making a floral crown, we started with a greenery base and added flowers from there.
Sometimes floral-ing can get pretty messy pretty quickly. But it’s a beautiful mess at least.
Some one on one instruction.
Adding flowers to the greenery base.
Wiring a large rose onto the a crown.
Things are really coming along at this point.
I was really impressed with the crowns all the ladies made.
We finished the evening with a group shot of the ladies showing off their creations…
…and a champagne toast!
The workshop was so much fun and we’re really excited to teach more over the fall and winter (be sure to check our Workshops page for a list of scheduled classes!). We’re also always happy to organize private workshops on request so feel free to get in touch if you’re looking to plan a memorable ladies’ night out!
Thanks so much to Teah Lizee Photography for the fantastic photos!