Christmas Wreath Workshop
Due to popular demand.. we’ve released tickets to our most popular workshop early!
When it’s time to kick our festive butts into gear, what better way than with a little Christmas Wreath cheer?! (And some horrible rhyming fit for the most glorious of carols).
Boy will it be festive!
– A surprise visit from Santa (ok maybe not this last one)
Come wrapped in your most itchy sweater and get merry with us and some of Australia’s very best native blooms.
And to top it all off – our wreaths dry and keep for years to come!
THE NITTY GRITTY
Date: Tuesday 27 November 2018
Time: 6 – 8pm
Location: Meet at Fox & Rabbit’s Perth City store, located within the State Buildings – Shop G.91, Cnr St Georges Tce & Barrack St, Perth 6000
– Create your very own Christmas wreath from Australian native flowers
– All flowers and materials supplied
– Learn floral tips and tricks from the experts
– We’ll talk about buying, processing, and caring for cut flowers
– There will be question time a-plenty. We hold nothing back!
HOW DO I KNOW IF THIS WORKSHOP IS RIGHT FOR ME?
Our workshops are designed for people with zero to medium skills in floral arranging. Our approach is very conversational and relaxed. While we teach on a foundation of the organic and unstructured style Fox and Rabbit is known for – a strong emphasis is placed on finding your very own groove and personal style in floral construction.
If you love flowers and want to know more about working with them – this workshop is for you. And if you love Christmas, singing carols and getting festive with friends new and old – this workshop is DEFINITELY up your alley!
BUT WHAT IF I’M NOT CREATIVE?
It is our firm belief that everyone is creative. Some of us just have more practice at it than others. We are well versed in bringing out the creativity in others, and have proven our above belief time and time again throughout our workshops.
We look forward to meeting with you and helping you discover the creative side you never knew you had, or put legs on what you already knew was possible, with the help of beautiful flowers.
Images courtesy of Through The Woods We Ran.