- 8 years ago
- Wedding: October 2012
got this email today from lifebooker
We New Yorkers are used to a rather monotonous landscape: brick buildings, cement staircases, subways, and skyscrapers. Why not take a break from all that pavement and find your green thumb again with a floral workshop from Celadon & Celery?
Celadon & Celery is floral design house that marries eco-friendly science with high-end luxury (and yes, they’ve even found a word for it: eco-luxury). We’ve teamed up to offer you today’s Loot: a Celadon and Celery Floral Workshop, regularly
$225, for just $150.
Whether you’re a hobbyist or looking to get creative (and save money) for a special event, you have your choice of the following classes:
Eco Couture: Using unique materials like succulents, Manzanita branches and moss, you’ll learn how to combine organic textures with modern vessels. (Class Times: Oct. 6, 20, 27; 10am or 6pm)
Autumn Delights: Combine the bounty harvest of locally grown dahlias, celosias, hydrangeas and wheat grass and you’ll walk away with a hand-tied bouquet and a modern vase bursting with autumn floral delights. (Class Times: Nov. 3,10,17; 10am or 6pm)
Holiday Décor: Modern wreaths, a candlelit centerpiece and a boxwood Christmas tree are just some of the merry arrangements you’ll learn to make in this seasonal classic. (Class Times: Dec. 8, 15, 22; 10am or 6pm)
Wedding Work: Wedding on a budget ? Learn to make a bridal bouquet, boutonnieres, corsages and flower girl pieces for your special day. (Class Times: October 5, 19, 26; 6pm only)
Current Trends: Love fashion? Love flowers? Learn how to work them both using crystals, wicker, fabric and feathers like a true floral artist. (Class Times: Feb. 2, 9, 23; 10am or 6pm)
Each class runs about 2 hours long and includes wine and cheese (yay!), materials (fresh, local produce and flowers), the arrangements you put together and an eco-friendly tote for getting them home.
Plus, if you buy this Loot, you’ll be entered into a raffle for the chance to win $500 worth of flowers. Use the money for more floral arrangement classes or for bouquets for your home.