Sat, Dec 16|
Olympus Family Medicine Building
Make Your Own Arrangement Workshop, Salt Lake City
Join us for an afternoon of flower-filled fun as we go through the basics of floral design. First watch a demonstration before creating your own. With a large selection of flowers to choose from and refreshments to keep us energized, it will be a wonderful way to spend a winter's afternoon.
Time & Location
Dec 16, 2017, 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Olympus Family Medicine Building, 4624 Holladay Blvd E, Salt Lake City, UT 84117, USA
About the Event
Our mid-December workshops are just in time to help get your head out of the holiday craze and spend a few hours treating yourself to a new experience.
Bring a friend or come solo, this course is designed for beginners. We'll go over the basics of floral design before Rachel demonstrates the centerpiece you will get to make and take home. We purposefully keep the class small, so you get plenty of opportunity to ask questions and gain the confidence you need to design again at home. And with plenty of flowers to choose from and light refreshments to keep us energized, it will be the perfect way to spend a winter's evening.
As a bonus, we will bring in a professional photographer to photograph your arrangement, and images will be sent to you after class.
Class includes the following:
Short lecture on floral basics
Time to create something of your own to take home
On-site professional photographer
If you have any questions regarding our workshops, please email Rachel directly at Rachel@trillflora.com.
*Please note, we will not be designing the centerpiece in the photo. We will instead be creating something completely new and original using the highest quality product available and suited to the winter season.
Saturday Workshop, SLC
Workshop pricing includes all floral product and your take home arrangement. One ticket per workshop attendee. Tickets are non-refundable, though certain circumstances will allow a ticket transfer that can be applied to a different or future event. Please contact host with questions or concerns.