Learn How to Make Your Own Floral Headpiece at Flowers & Company’s Flower Crown Workshop
Ever since flower crowns first became a thing in the world of weddings, we’ve been seeing them everywhere. Not only are brides wearing them down the aisle in lieu of a veil (and having each of their ‘maids wear one too!), but DIY flower crown stations are a popular bridal shower activity nowadays, too.
If you’ve always been keen on the flower crown idea and even feel like you might be crafty enough to take a hack at making one yourself, sign up for Flowers & Company‘s floral crown workshop next Wednesday, May 27, where you can practice your skills before signing yourself up for your Big Day.
Owner Nadine Louw will be hosting a small group at her Rittenhouse shop for a flower crown lesson complete with light bites, drinks and a ton of gorgeous blooms—garden roses, lisianthus and button mums are a few of the flower varieties you’ll be able to play with.
Plus, once your headpiece is finished, they’ll take a professional photo of you wearing it!
The workshop will take place from 6:30-8:30pm and tickets cost $55 per person; space is limited so book your seat here.
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