Written by Libby Hockenberry
Back in May we hosted a fun flower crown workshop at Anthropologie on the Westside just in time for Mother's Day. This was our first workshop with Anthro, and the girls there were all just amazing. Such a sweet group of ladies! As you probably know, we hold workshops at West Elm once a quarter and are beginning to offer more and more all over the city. Be sure to check our workshop calendar for more upcoming classes and dates!
We spent the evening amongst the beautiful BHDLN wedding dresses and Anthropologie goodies sipping on champagne and playing with flowers. What could be better than that! I think everyone ended up going shopping afterwards haha..I even tried on a wedding dress or two (don't tell my mother).
In our workshop we taught each attendee how to make their very own fresh flower crown out of nude carnations (one of our favorites of the moment - carnations are totally making a comeback, finally!), oregano for a touch of scent and greenery, and a couple varieties of beautiful girly garden spray roses - Malaya Gem and Julianne Peach. Each flower crown had it's own personality for sure and honestly we were quite impressed with everyone's final product! Flower crowns can sometimes be a tad tedious to create but all the ladies killed it!
The lovely Katie York of Dash Photography joined us and took some beautiful photos of the night! A big thank you to her for taking the time out of her Friday night to hang out with us :) Also a big thank you to all the ladies who attended, and of course to Anthropologie Westside for having us and hosting us in their beautiful store. Thank you thank you!
We can't wait to see you at our next workshop! Enjoy some snaps of the evening below :)