"Creativity is inventing, experimenting, growing, taking risks, breaking rules, making mistakes and having fun!" Mary Lou Cook - Here's to being a creative! I am so excited to announce my first two flower classes of 2018! They will be held on May 12th at 10am and 2pm at Marionfield Farm in Arlington, Washington. Please visit the link in my profile for more information and to purchase your Eventbrite ticket.
I will doing a seat giveaway starting tomorrow so stay tuned!! ————————————————
All the details:
Class One: Create your own Spring centerpiece!
Learn how to gather and arrange flowers from your garden or local farmers market to create a lovely centerpiece that celebrates togetherness for Mother's Day or any day! Each participant will learn how to create a spring centerpiece using the latest techniques and will be able to take home their finished arrangement! All tools are supplied! Perfect for Moms, daughters, aunts, grandmas, sisters, friends, gardeners and flower lovers! Spring Centerpiece Class is from 10am - 12pm. This class is valued at $125 prior to applicable tax. Each participant will receive clippers, vase, flowers and a sweet gift for attending!
Class Two: Create your own bouquet!
For the Bride who loves to create and wants to make her own wedding bouquet. Learn some easy tips and techniques to help you arrange your very own bridal bouquet! Each participant will create her own bouquet and complete with the finishing touch with a hand dyed silk ribbon! This class is perfect for a bridal party outing, a girls day out and if you are coming by yourself, a perfect way to meet other Brides! We will welcome you and encourage you! Bridal Bouquet Class is from 2pm - 4pm. This class is valued at $125 prior to applicable tax. Each participant will receive clippers, ribbon, their arrangement and a sweet gift for attending!
Light snacks and beverages will be provided for you to enjoy! Please DM me or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Image @maria.lamb from the#sinclairandmooreworkshop (that I attended last spring with a Canva overlay)