31 Mar 2014

Mother's Day Bouquets

A blooming lovely bunch of sorbet roses
What did you get up to this Mother's Day? We were joined by a lovely bunch of ladies for our Mother's Day workshop on Friday and had a great time getting to grips with a range of different hand tied bouquets. First up on the menu was this soft and perfectly feminine rose bouquet featuring some of my favourites - the acapella, talea, avalanche and senorita varieties. Their sorbet shades looked good enough to eat together.

Spring was definitely in the air on Friday
In the afternoon we went 'wild and free' and made beautifully lose, garden style bouquets with the freshest spring blooms. On the menu were headily scented narcissus, apricot parrot tulips, white anemones (with green centres!), colour popping craspedia and vibrant gelder roses. The wilder style of bouquet is always a challenge but our ladies rose to it and left literally with an arm-full of gorgeous blooms  - enough the give to their mums and keep for themselves!

Getting to grips with being more wild & free...


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