Arizona Flower Market is hosting its Holiday Wreath Design Class on Saturday December 9th from 10am-12pm, led by renowned local designer, Brian Vetter, AAF, AIFD, PCFI!
If you’re into decorating for the holidays, you won’t want to miss this exciting class focusing on a fabulous wreath design to complement your holiday decor. Brian will share his tips & tricks with the class and guide you through the design process step-by-step. Hang it indoors or out, even use it as a table centerpiece.
Space is limited to 20 students, so sign up early to ensure your spot.
Registration fee of $75 includes everything you will need to create your masterpiece, including tools and a special gift to take with you. Sign up by following this link: https://holiday-wreath-design-class.eventbrite.com
About the Instructor: Brian Vetter AAF, AIFD, PFCI certified, is a respected local designer known nationwide in the floral industry and beyond. With 40 years of experience, he travels the country sharing his wealth of floral knowledge with professionals and novices alike. Brian is the Director of the Arizona State Floral Association’s (ASFA) Master Florist Certification Program and a 5-time past President of ASFA. He is an Honorary Lifetime Member and holds numerous prestigious industry awards.
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Thanksgiving is just around the corner, are you ready? We compiled some of our favorite DIY Thanksgiving floral ideas to help you decorate for the holiday!
Whether you want to keep with tradition or break away from Thanksgiving’s gold and maroon color scheme, the design possibilities are endless. We fell in love with this DIY pumpkin centerpiece from “One Charming Party.” Made with white tulips, seeded eucalyptus, and a painted pumpkin base, this simple three ingredient arrangement makes an elegant statement.
Design Tip: Once you’ve painted the pumpkin with your color of choice and scooped out the insides, place a vase or an empty soup can in the middle to hold the flowers and water. No soggy pumpkin!
Second Tip: When arranging the flowers, start with a base of greenery and then add the flowers. Alternate a layer of flowers then a layer of greens to slowly build up the bouquet.
Don’t want to deal with the gooey mess of cleaning out a pumpkin? Try putting flowers around the outside!
Start by puncturing holes around the pumpkin using an awl or power drill. Cover the entire pumpkin (will need 100-120 blooms) or make a pattern. Next, strip away all the leaves on the chrysanthemums, cut each stem to 2 inches and place into each drilled hole. No need to add water, the moisture from the pumpkin will keep the blooms looking good for 3 to 4 days.
Adding a fresh bloom to your napkin settings is a quick DIY Thanksgiving floral idea. Orchids, sunflowers, or succulents can be wired onto a napkin ring holder. Or for an even easier project, include a sprig of Rosemary tucked include the napkin. The aroma of the Rosemary will enrich the dining experience.