Listings in Floral Workshops & Classes
Founded in 2004, Two Little buds is a boutique floral design studio that specializes in wedding florals, event design, and editorial work. Our designs reflect our love of farm-fresh local product and show the best that each season has to offer.
3431 princeton road
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
CULTIVATING A NORTHWEST FLORAL INDUSTRY THAT VALUES AND SUPPORTS LOCAL GROWERS. We are a farmer-owned cooperative providing the very best the Pacific Northwest has to offer in cut flowers, greens & ornamentals from Washington, Oregon & Alaska farms.
665 South Orcas Street
Seattle, Washington 98108
Floral Architect building fanstay installations, editorial designs, intimate gatherings and perfumes. SlowFlowers stanards, ethnically foraged and magically curated.
P.O. Box 197
Biddeford, Maine 04005
Flower farm & Cottage Studio hosting workshops and flower education for adults and children. A boutique studio offering garden style bouquets, garden parties, bridal showers, and children's parties. Also hosting photography styled shoot workshops.
2741 South Meadowbrook Avenue
Nixa, Missouri 65721
For the love of flowers! Flirty Fleurs is a blog + magazine, and offers a variety of floral design classes. The majority of floral design classes take place in Seattle, Washington.
A boutique flower farm & floral design studio based in Bethesda, Maryland with a focus on natural and garden inspired arrangements.
The Gardener’s Workshop grows a variety of proven cut flowers, some available for several weeks, or months others only a week or two. Our flowers have a long vase life and you will find varieties not readily available anywhere else.
P.O. Box 2987
Newport News, Virginia 23609
A Milkhouse Party is an intimate venue space used for creative workshops and events. Public classes include floral design, fairy gardens, terrariums and floral jewelry. Private classes are open for group date nights, corporate retreats and parties.
1714 Highway 77
Elmer, New Jersey 08318
We are a custom boutique floral design studio achieving the aesthetic and design -- from first look to the last dance. Limiting the number of events each year ensures no overlooked detail, as each event is custom designed by Dana O’Sullivan