Floral Class · Hosted by Volunteer Park Conservatory
February 23, 2019 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
This hands-on workshop will offer your choice of learning how to make a flower arrangement or a beautiful flower crown, from flowers grown by local farmers.
Students will have the option of creating a medium-sized bouquet arrangement (10-18 stems) OR a floral crown.
Flowers will be locally sourced, with some coming from the Seattle Wholesale Growers Market, a local, farmer-owned cooperative.
Saturday February 23rd, 2019
12pm-3pm (3 hours)
$45 General Admission
$35 for Friends of the Conservatory Members
Tickets on sale now!
Max capacity: 20 students
Can’t decide between Floral Bouquet or Crown? You don’t have to! You can make a second item to take home with you so you don’t have to choose! Purchase an additional bouquet or crown to make and bring one home to a friend 🙂
This workshop will be taught by Lauren Carpenter and Joan Teed, a mother-and-daughter duo specializing in floral arrangements and flower crowns.
Lauren Carpenter graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles, CA and has had a career in the fashion industry for over fifteen years. Her obsession with flowers eventually led her to work for a design studio in Madrona specializing in floral arrangements for weddings, events, and restaurants, as well as Still Life/Wine & Food styling.
Joan Teed is a professional artist who has also created floral design for many years. She has taught floral crown workshops in her art studio in Gig Harbor and has also done wedding floral design.