Join us for a flower filled two day workshop in San Francisco this November 4th & 5th! Our host for this flower filled bonanza is SF Brannan St Wholesale at the San Francisco Flower Mart. We will be treated to a luxurious selection of the best autumn has to offer!
Saturday morning class will begin with a Bouquet Demonstration by Alicia. Following Alicia’s demonstration students will create their bouquets. Think airy, assymterical, Instagram-esqe style bridal bouquet; this is the bouquet we’ll be designing with a lovely assortment of autumnal flowers provided by SF Brannan Street! We’ll embellish our beautiful bouquets with elegant ribbons.
Break for Lunch
Saturday afternoon we’ll work on creating lush, garden styled compote floral designs. We’ll work with chicken wire as our mechanic, which will help us create a lush and stunning design. We’ll be designing with more gorgeous fall flowers and perhaps a pomegrante or persimmons!
Sunday morning class will begin with Alicia demonstrating how to create an elevated floral centerpiece design. We will review the mechanics of creating sturdy bases for our designs. Each student will assemble the base mechanics for their large design and then create a lush, elegant floral arrangement.
Break for Lunch
Sunday afternoon we will create large arrangement displays that are often seen on entry way tables, escort card tables, foyer tables, etc. We will work with fall branches to add height to our rich arrangements.
All instruction and fresh flowers are included, please bring your own tools such as clippers, scissors, and wire cutters.
Instructor: Alicia Schwede of Flirty Fleurs & Bella Fiori
Host: Mary Ellen and SF Brannan Street Wholesale
Date: Saturday, November 4th and Sunday, November 5th, 2017
Location: SF Brannan St Wholesale, 634 Brannan St, San Francisco, California 94107
Time: 10am to 4pm both days
Included in workshop:
* Pass for free parking at SF Flower Market
* Coffee & Snacks in the morning
* All Fresh Flowers & Foliages
This workshop is open to floral designers of all levels.
Questions? Email alicia at email@example.com