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Learn to create floral centrepieces and wreaths with fall foliage in this series of workshops from the Wild Bunch.
The Wild Bunch floral design studio is hosting a series of workshops to teach us plebs how to create floral arrangements that celebrate the best of autumn foliage and the upcoming holiday season.Wild Bunch co-founders Nassi Soofi and Alexandra Schulz will lead classes in making their own arrangements inspired by the Wild Bunch’s loose and natural signature style. The studio sources seasonal flowers and foliage from independent flower farms and gardeners across the Lower Mainland to put together their free-style floral creations.Harvest: A Study in Dryables October 5For those who want to hang onto seasonal blooms through the winter, or for years to come, drying flowers is great way to preserve fall favourites. The first of the Wild Bunch workshops makes a dryable arrangement with grasses, hydrangeas and more.Autumn Flowers and Foliage: Celebration of ColourNovember 2Choose from the best and brightest of fall’s flowers and foliage to make a stunning autumn centrepiece. These arrangements celebrate the quintessential red, orange and yellow of the season.
A unique, handmade wreath is the perfect way to make the front door festive and welcoming. In this popular workshop, participants can prepare for the holiday season by creating a personalized wreath with fresh evergreen branches and other seasonal materials.Where: The Wild Bunch, 7 East 7th Ave.Cost: $95 to $150 (includes materials and light refreshments)Registration: thewildbunch.ca