Tracey ordered bulk flowers so that they could design their own centerpieces. Didn’t they turn out super cute? Loved how the entire theme turned out beautiful!
Can’t wait to see pictures from Serendipity Photography! Keep an eye on their facebook for a preview!
What a weekend we have! Lots of cool textures and elements in the weddings this weekend. Can’t wait to dive right in! Here is a sampling of each wedding.
Lots of beautiful flowers for lots of beautiful brides! Can’t wait to get started on it all!
Such different weddings this weekend! Can’t wait to get started on all of them!
Make Your Own Wreath! Call 419-517-8821 to save your spot. Only 8 spots available per class.
The first class is on Sunday April 1st at 3pm and costs $25 which includes all materials and instruction.- Create your own grapevine wreath!
The second class is on Tuesday April 3rd at 6pm and we will be creating spring centerpieces. It will be perfect for your Easter table! Only $35 provides you with all materials and instruction.
In the third class we will create a square vased arrangement. Very modern and fun! The class is on Sunday April 15th at 3pm and costs $35 which includes materials and instruction.
The Daisy girl scouts from Maplewood Elementary came for a tour of Beautiful Blooms by Jen last Friday. We had so much fun and were so excited that they brought us Girl Scout cookies! If any other troops are interested, there are multiple badges we can help the scouts get! Please call 419-517-8821 to schedule your visit!
On Tuesday, I went to the First Congregational Church on Collingwood to meet the ladies in the group Out and About. I had so much fun teaching them about flowers and design and they had such great questions! They even stumped me when they asked what is the craziest thing someone has ever asked me to design! I’m still thinking on that one!
If you are interested in having me come speak to your group, just let us know! Now that I’m not teaching on a daily basis I love the opportunity!
I’ve been subbing a lot at Southview for their Horticulture teacher this year because it’s the class I taught for my first 2 years of teaching and so I’m the perfect option for a sub! Now that I’m not teaching anymore I’ve really been enjoying teaching when I want to! While I’ve been subbing there has been a lot of interest in flowers. I’ve been helping to train the Floriculture team which will compete at Districts and States this year in FFA’s Floriculture Career Development Event.
They will take a general knowledge written exam, judge placing classes, identify cut flowers, foliages, flowering potted plants, foliage plants, bedding plants, vegetables and herbs. They will also either design a bud vase, corsage, foil and bow a potted plant or plant cuttings. In the past 5 years, I have coached two teams to 1st in the state! I’m so excited to see how hard the team has been working without me. When I showed up Saturday morning there were 9 students in studying! Couldn’t believe it!