Let Your Mother Eat Cake! Marie Antoinette inspired florals
|Technique||In this class you will learn; how to create focal points for emphasis, how to introduce color as movement, and how to create unity within your floral piece so that your excess seems intentional. We will use floral foam and a playful (if not somewhat gaudy) vessel for our arrangement. You will learn techniques of floral design such as wiring and taping flowers as we build a full, colorful arrangement, fit for a queen, or king.|
|What to expect||In this class we will discuss excess; why we're drawn to it, why we feel shamed by it, and how to embrace it. When is too much, too much? Each participant will leave with an intentionally, excessively lush arrangement of their own making.|
|Class||Did you know that Marie Antionette had a passion for flowers? Among some of Marie Antoinette’s favorites flowers were irises, hyacinths, tulips, lilacs, lilies, poppies, roses and violets. Like most things, she was excessive in her desire to be surrounded by lush florals. Do you always feel like your flower arranging is too busy? Or that you don't know when to stop? Then this is the class for you.|
Please park in F&B parking lot behind the building. For daytime classes, please park behind Cavalry Bible Church, direct across the street from Flowers & Bread and cross at the crosswalk to or door. Parking is free to our customers.
Flowers & Bread 3870 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43214
Wednesday, May 13th, 7-9PM