This past January we hosted the Florabundance Design Days here in Santa Barbara, California. You can read a wrap up of the workshop here.
Now we would like to showcase the beautiful work of the Florabundance Design Days attendees. Florabundance provided beautiful wholesale flowers for attendees to play with, each arranging a unique bridal bouquet. From lush garden roses, spring tulips, winding clematis and orchids, attendees created so many beautiful bouquets!
Above, from left, Katie Noonan of Noonan designs, Nicole Chapman of Hint of Chic, and Rebecca Raymond of Sunnybrook Floral.
From left, Peggy Meyer & Carol Young of Celebration Florals, and Melody King of Fleurish Floral.
Jenna Hanson and Christine Cater of Christine Cater Wedding & Events.
Amy Schoenbaum of Bride and Bloom Wedding Flowers, Denise Benda of Flowers by Denise, Leslie Armendariz of Pixies Petals.
Robyn Rissman of Bare Root Flora, Erin Hornstein of Plum Sage Flowers, and Margaret Lloyd of San Roque Florist.
Shannon Neels of Ruby + Romeo, Cheryl Brill and Jennifer Stout of Royer’s Flowers.
Jill Elmore of Royer’s Flowers, Crystal Schachter and Davida Buggs of Flowers by Lady Buggs.
Catilin Caldwell of Plum Sage Flowers, Laurie Garza of Fleurie, and Sheri Jentsch of Blumen Meisters Flower Market.
Kate Minelian of Kaleco Design, Laura Cogan of Passion Flowers, and Tricia Jones.
Ingrid Sarrat of Bloemen, Sarah Selzer of Santa Barbara Wedding Flowers, Jenny Kleven of Maven Floral & Event Styling.
Holly Heider Chapple and Joost Bongaerts, owner of Florabundance
Tricia Fountaine welcomes everyone to Dos Pueblos Ranch and kicks off the design show!
Ian Prosser AIFD talks to the designers about his business, Botanica.
Ian Prosser AIFD with Chuck Graham in the background.
Holly Chapple discussing the business side of things.
Chuck and Alicia of Flirty Fleurs discussing Social Media for floral design businesses.
Ian and Jordan Prosser of Botanica preparing for presentations.
The last evening the attendees enjoyed a lovely dinner at Dos Pueblos Ranch!
We hope you can come next year to this amazing, hands on, flower workshop.
Photographs by Genevieve Leiper Photography.