Thursday 17 September
7 – 10pm
A Flower Crown Workshop with your “Besties” is a chance to relax, socialise and learn how to make the best of flowers that can be worn.
You’ve been planning your wedding for months, maybe a year or more and along comes a global pandemic and rips a hole right through the heart of your day. Your big day is postponed and you’re feeling as flat as a bottle of Champagne that was opened last Christmas. This autumn, Flowers By Louise is offering a bridal flower crown workshop to enable you to celebrate the wedding day that never was and look forward to your new date.
Although this evening of flowery fun is a chance to relax and socialise with your besties, you’ll also learn about how to work with flowers that can be worn. You’ll get a chance to follow along with the demonstration, creating a floral crown which will work with many different bridal hairstyles.
You can also ask any questions you might have about your wedding flowers – your bouquet, cake flowers, buttonholes and venue decoration.
This flower power party will put you back in the mood for your big day and blast away the disappointment from having to postpone, leaving you energised and enthusiastic.
You’ll get to take home the flower crown you make along with instructions so you can recreate the look again at home. With the Prosecco flowing and your besties around you, you’ll have a fun and flower-filled experience to get you looking forward to your big day.
Reserve your places online https://flowersbylouise.co.uk/flower-crown-workshop/
Louise Coultas Pitman is the former owner of The Cracked Pot Flower Boutique shop in Ealing, West London, a beautiful vintage flower shop where Louise spent 20 years building her business and brand. Using her vast experience she continues to grow the online Boutique.
Louise took the decision to close her retail shop in June 2017 for the freedom and scope of the freelance world of Floristry. She now works from her fabulous light and airy studio, under the new name of “Flowers By Louise”.
She finds the freedom of working from her studio allows her to build on her passion for flowers and now without the daily demands of a busy shop, has more time to spend at the flower markets breathing in the sights and sounds as well as the scents.