Tuesday Nov 7 2017
Make your Thanksgiving table sparkle with a fresh centerpiece made by you!
That’s right, you can arrange flowers like a pro. Just in time for the holiday season, Simply Flowers at Gardner Village is offering centerpiece classes throughout the day on November 21 and 22. Choose the 1.5-hour time slot that works best for you and come for the fun!
For as much as it would cost you to buy a centerpiece, you can learn to make your own and take your finished work home to enjoy.
If, like me, you make stuffing from a box, macaroni from a frozen tray, and cranberry sauce from a can, you can still beam with pride when you set your hand-arranged flowers at the center of it all. Boom! Or, should I say, Bloom!? ;)
At Simply Flowers, the tagline is “flowers, not filler,” and flowers are what you’ll get. Each centerpiece is loaded with a gorgeous array, including fresh additions unique to fall. Looks like you better prepare that delicious Thanksgiving turkey to be upstaged. ;)
Professional tools will be provided for you to use in class, so you simply have to show up ready to play and learn.
Classes are offered for making both small and large arrangements, so there’s something for every price point and table size.
In addition to mastering floral art, you’ll receive plenty of bonus flower care tips so you can really, ahem, grow your overall flower knowledge.
The classes are offered by Let’s Fleurish by Simply Flowers—where creativity & friendship bloom. Whether you make it a day out with your girlfriends, a date night with your sweetheart, a fun mother-daughter event, or simply a little time doing something different for yourself, you’re sure to have a ball as you create.
Sign Up & Learn More
To learn more about class times and specifics, check out the Let’s Fleurish! website.
Deck the Halls
While you're at the Let's Fleurish site you should probably go ahead and add a bookmark. More classes are around the corner that you won't want to miss. With Christmas coming, they'll soon be announcing greenery classes where you can learn to make your own wreaths and other gorgeous greens to use to add some fresh holiday cheer to your home.