We are delighted to be collabourating with Sisterhood Camps and running a workshop at thier Spring retreat. A whole day dedicated to creating with Flowers! That is definitely our kind of day! Come and join us
SATURDAY 20TH MAY 2017, 10AM - 5PM, THE FORGE, COLSTON YARD, BRISTOL, UK
FInd out more about the event and their wonderful camps for women here - ww.sisterhoodcamp.org
Last summer we were asked to create some fabulously flamboyant head pieces for the gorgeous bride Jessica De Weil and her maids of Dis Honor. For the groomsman we created some very festive buttonholes.
Married in the depths of rural France, the theme was white and bright.
Her stunning blue dress was designed by Kate Halfpenny London and we are thrilled to be featured on 'Love My Dress'.
In December we held a wreath workshop at Carousel restaurant in central London. We demonstrated how to make the traditional wreath and then a slightly more abstract one, using gorgeous foliage like eucalyptus and mimosa. It was attended by the Top Shop blogging team. Here is a small write up and our 'How to' -
To read more head over to the Top Shop blog here..
A night of Antique pink, greens and dusty grey.....
Join us for a fabulous workshop making Christmas wreaths and festive floral adornments at the devine Carousel Restaurant in Marylebone, West London. Tickets include a delicious lunch and a glass of bubbly.
Find 50 Fridas Group Show
The East End Prints Shop
Fount London, Railway Arch 359 Westgate Street E8 3RN
One of my (Clemmie) jobs is working with the Gypsy and Traveller community in London. Last week I held a workshop making wreaths. As the trees are bursting with amber and gold we thought we would reflect these autumn tones in our wreaths. Flowers arranging is an old tradition of Gypsies and so we all learnt tips from one another. Next month we will be making more traditional Christmas wreaths. We normally learn literacy and computer skills, but we will ditch this and get festive!
Following a summer of weddings and building up our portfolio we have spent the recent autumn evenings around the kitchen table. After a day working on our consecutive projects, the babies is in bed and we have popped open a bottle of wine - we have been plotting and design our new venture : Theatre of Flowers.