After a slight break I’ve got LOTTS to share from the past few weeks. First up is this joyful spring dried flower wreath workshop. Held at Patch Places in Chelmsford. The wreath workshop was a really relaxed and calm occasion. Patch was the perfect venue to really showcase the vibrancy of British dried flowers. All brick walls and cosy lighting, lovely!

We created slightly smaller spring wreaths than the usual. Ideal for Easter decorations or a simple uplift to welcome the start of a new season. Obviously, everyone did a great job and I loved the busy silence that floated about the room. There was plenty of chatting too, dinner plans and flowers were to top subjects. It was such a great morning and a dream workshop finish my winter workshop season.

Now we are in Spring , I’ll be concentrating on fresh flowers. However, if you would like a private workshop for any celebration – baby shower, hen do or birthday get in touch. For those of us that run creative workshops, you’ll be no stranger to the challenges of getting places filled. When people get in touch to book direct, it makes my heart sing!  I’m based in Leigh-on-Sea with a dining room ready to host but can travel further if needed.

I’ve said this a million times but workshops are so restorative and good for the soul. A few hours out of a hectic day can really recharge your spirit which everyone will feel the benefit from.

If you are looking for something fresh, then please join me next week at my Spring Garden Workshops. The cutting garden is filling up fast!

Dried flower workshops Patch Chelmsford
  • Dried flower wreath workshops Essex
  • Dried flower wreath workshops Essex
Dried flower workshops Essex
Creative floral workshops in Essex
  • Creative floral workshops in Essex
  • Creative floral workshops in Essex
Dried flower wreath workshops Essex

Comments

Did you enjoy reading my post? Please do leave a comment and let me know what you think, I love to hear from you.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

two × three =