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It's March at last, which means it almost spring, and my wedding season starts back up again. I'll try to keep these blog posts going but they may get a little less frequent.
March and daffodils go hand in hand, and the gorgeous yellow flowers always make me think of spring and Mother's Day. When I was little I always used to pick a bunch of daffs for mum on Mother's day and bring her tea and toast in bed and now whenever I see daffodils I remember this.
Being a crafty kind of person I've always loved making things for people, whether it's cards, knitted bits and bobs or baking, and Mother's Day seems like the perfect time to make something for the person who made you.
This year I'll be running a workshop on Mother's Day (March 26th, 10am - 12 noon) at For Fika Sake in Partick. We'll be taking inspiration from one of my all time flower heros Constance Spry, and using Scottish grown blooms to create wild and wonderful arrangements to celebrate the arrival of spring and, more importantly, mums.
No experience is necessary and you can either bring your mum if she'd like to have a go herself or come by yourself and give your mum your finished masterpiece.
I try where possible to be environmentally friendly so this will be an oasis foam free arrangement and will teach you flower care and tips that you can use again whenever you get flowers in the future to make them look great in your home.
Pre-booking is essential as space is limited. For more information or to book get in touch via the contact us form.