This article is such a great summation of why I love what I do and the group of women I orbit around. All the florists and farmer florists mentioned here are such inspiring people and I'm so glad they're leading the good fight to get people closer to nature.
Over the last year or so I've run into planners, both experienced and just starting out, that want to know more about the floral and design process. They're got the logistics down pat but the intricacies of floral design are, to almost everyone outside the process, a bit of a mystery. So I've sat down with a number of them and designed a one day class that will leave the attendees with a head full of floral knowledge and a design they made themselves to take home!
We'll cover pricing, seasonal availability, how to steer your bride toward the right flowers for her wedding, floral trends in weddings, proposal and meeting process from a floral perspective, and how to appropriately budget for your clients. We'll spend the remainder of the day discussing the basics of floral design and everyone will make an arrangement with super premium product. You'll have a good understanding of what the entire process is and be able to relate it to your clients in a much more meaningful way!
Date: Friday, February 24, 2017
Location: Rhapsody in Blooms (address provided post registration)
Cost: $150 (includes all floral supplies, light lunch, and materials)
Please email us at email@example.com for more information or to register!
I'm happy to announce that any holiday events (weddings, dinner parties, corporate, etc) for the 2017 season will receive 10% off! Your event must take place between Nov. 1, 2016 and Jan. 1, 2017 and must be over $250 pre-discount. Any events booked prior to November 1, 2016 are not included: otherwise, there aren't many restrictions! Any color palette you want, destination events, last minute weddings, etc: we just want to fill the holidays with beautiful things!
We also love doing holiday decorating in your home, which is also included! Email us today for a quote or to inquire!
Erin and Joel are one of the kindest, sweetest, and most fun couples I've ever had the pleasure to work with. They wanted a blend of traditional and steampunk elements and I feel like that's exactly what they got, from a bouquet that lit up, to Joel's hot air balloon lined suit, to a confetti canon for their first kiss (yes!), everything was just perfect. It didn't hurt that they have great taste and wanted to use ALL the colors, which I love. Enjoy!
Venue: Little River Farms
Coordination and Planning: Irene Tyndale Events
Photography: Kevin Lowry
Design and Florals: us!
I've known Sydney for a long time: she and my sister were childhood friends so when I found out she was getting married, I was over the moon for her. She's always been funny and considerate, but I didn't know how excellent her taste was! With Kristine at Simply Charming Socials, we all designed one of my favorite fall weddings to date; so many soft, pretty colors and textures that are autumnal but don't beat you over the head with "It's fall and everything should look like Halloween!" (that's a different post!). Enjoy the lovely, lovely images provided by Sawyer Baird.