Updated: Jul 25
It seems like forever that we have been able to properly get together and one thing I’ve really missed over lockdown are my workshops. In particular my flower crown ones……. I absolutely LOVE a flower crown and will use any excuse to wear one!
Everyone learns how to make a stunning crown which you can then whip together again at any time ….. festivals, garden parties, afternoon tea or the next big night out! And this fabulous workshop shows you how it’s all done. The best thing is that its suitable for all age groups so you can bring along your niece and your grandma too!!
With a gorgeous selection of fresh, dried and faux blooms I guide you step by step through the process with lots of hints and tips on how to use the ingredients, with wiring and taping where needed. A fabulously fun & creative session where everyone gets to take home a keepsake.
I come along to the venue of your choice and cover the south of England, from Souithampton upto Twickenham. ...... Fleet, Winchester, Basingstoke, Reading, Windsor, Guildford........
My last flower crown workshops:
Such a gorgeous day with hens having a pub luch and champagne flowing. Inbetween games and quizzes we made the most delectable crowns from fresh flowers and greenery with ranunculus, anemones and roses.
This party booked out a private house in Ascot for a whole weekend of activities and pampering with the hen and 13 guests. It was late summer so we had lots ond lots of gorgeous Dahlias to use, they were so scrummy and the hens luckliy were the more is more type !
One of my favorite flower crown workshops as Becky was also one of my brides so it was great to meet here again before the day of the wedding and get to know her. At a private house near Guildford the hens chose a garden party theme with faux and dried flowers so that they could all wear the crowns on the day of the wedding which was a festival theme at Blacknest golf club. A gorgeous mix of pastel colours, bunnies tails, brizia and eucalyptus!!
Such a gorgeous day at Wellingtons Country Park for this bride and her hens. We made the most gorgeous bright coloured flowers crowns with a selection of the weeks finest cornflowers, achillea, sweetpeas, poppies, scabious & Nigella.
Another of my favourite crown wokshops at a provate house near Guildford. A hot summers day with a gorgeous garden set up for these beatiful florals - a mix of the weekends wedding flowers with bright cornflowers, cream roses, achillea, feverfew, phlox, nigella, & bunnies tails.
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