What You Can Expect from the Brews & Blooms Workshop at Ballad Brewing
With the change in seasons (but let's be honest, not the change in temperatures here in Virginia and North Carolina!), comes the addition of my fall floral workshop schedule! These floral workshops are so much fun, and I look forward to doing them every single year. So if you've always wanted to attend one, but haven't had the chance, I'll be spending the next few days highlighting each workshop and what we'll be doing at them!
My first fall floral workshop is on October 21st at 3:00 in the afternoon at Ballad Brewing. Side note: If you're a beer aficionado and have never been to Ballad Brewing, I highly recommend it!
This kickoff to the fall floral workshop season is going to be a classic fall design. I'll demo how to make a hand-tied arrangement that you can place directly into almost any vase you'd like (and clear glass vases will be provided for you to take your creation home with you!). I'll show you how to make your garden-style arrangement look large and lush, overflowing out of your vase - my favorite style to create! After the demo, you'll have the opportunity to spend the rest of our time together playing with beautiful, richly-colored flowers, and I'll spend one-on-one time with each and every attendee, answering any questions you have and making suggestions to your bouquet. At the end of our workshop, I'll share tips with you on how to keep your arrangement looking fresh as long as possible, and how you can manipulate them to fit in the space you want to display them - making them look like they were created to go right there!
All materials for each attendee are provided, including floral shears, vases, flowers, towels, and fasteners! And you get to take your beautiful creation home with you!
I hope you'll join us on October 21st at Ballad Brewing for a fun afternoon of beer and blooms! You can get your tickets right here (tickets are limited, so make sure to snag yours and share with a friend!)
Not able to make it? Check out one of these fun workshops instead: