Hero Ranch Workshop - Sneak Peek!
Last week, we held a large installation workshop at Hero Ranch in South San Jose. And my heart and soul are so full and so thankful for all the beauty. I met wonderful attendees from near and far, and I have a feeling that we’ll be long-time industry friends. Scroll for sneak peek photos AND a details about a special upcoming workshop.
As you can see, it takes a village. Seriously! For all of our large designs, we actually create the structural elements ourselves. We weld the metal frames, build our wooden arches, and construct many mechanical structures all behind the scenes. I’m really lucky to have a very handy partner who can help me with all these things. At our most recent workshop, I was asked if at future workshops, attendees could bring their “general contractors” aka handyman or handywoman, flower friend, father, partner, sister etc. So, I’d like to announce a new workshop, where attendees can do just that. Our upcoming workshop will be held on Tuesday January 22, 2019 in the SF Bay Area. Attendees will pay one workshop fee, but may bring one guest, such as your handy-person or a flower friend. We’ll be working hands-on on 3+ installations, though we usually end up squeezing in up to 5 installations if all goes well.
Our workshops are small and intimate to allow maximum hands-on experience and one-on-one instruction. Snacks, lunch, and drinks will be provided. All attendees will be provided professional photos for personal portfolio use. The investment is $1850. We understand that emergencies and life happens, but workshops are unfortunately non-refundable. However, they can be transferred to a later workshop date as needed. I hope to see you at our future workshops!
And lastly, many many thanks and a huge shoutout to an incredible team to help style and support this workshop! @cassievalentephoto @lasoiebridal @laviedoucedesign @jkdesigncal @standardpartyrentals @liz_smittenkiss @cali_smittenkiss @heroranch @facesbyemily @issafoodbaby @unitedwholesaleflowers. It really does take a village.