Workshop Wrap-Up

Flower Wrapping Workshop, Corinna Demonstrating how to Wrap a Bouquet

Thank you so much to everyone who came out to my Paper & Petals workshop at The Japanese Paper Place this past Tuesday night. I had so much fun working with you all! I just wanted to share a few photos from the evening. (Thank you to my sister for playing photographer!)

The Paper & Petals workshop in progress

Paper Roses

Paper roses made by one of the students in class

Floral pick

A floral pick made in the workshop. Stuck into a potted plant, a floral pick is a great alternative to a card or mini mylar balloon

I also want to say thank you to Nancy Jacobi and Sigrid Blohm at the Japanese Paper Place for having me, and Alison Westlake at Coriander Girl for creating some stunning arrangements for the evening.

Centrepiece with table number floral pick

This is one of the beautiful arrangements made by Alison at Coriander Girl. This is an example of a centrepiece-table-number combo that could be used for a wedding reception or other event.

If you’re interested in hosting a similar workshop at your store or as part of an event, or if you would like to purchase floral picks made by me for your wedding or other special occasion, I would love to hear from you! Contact me at info [at] corinnawraps [dot]com. corinna [at] corinnavangerwen .com.

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About Corinna vanGerwen

I'm a gift wrapping expert, writer, stylist and former decorating editor, writing all about gift wrapping on the Corinna Wraps blog.

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  1. Pingback: Paper & Petals Workshop – Holiday Flowers « Corinna Wraps

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