Color Theory 201
Looking at these photos are a bit bittersweet, as I was going through something emotionally and physically difficult at the time. I wrote a post about it on Instagram that I didn’t intend to share with the world, but with the many hands that came together to make this workshop so wonderful I felt the transparency was fair. Three days before the workshop at my routine 16 week pregnancy check up, they were unable to detect a heartbeat. With this being my second miscarriage in less than seven months, I was uncertain that I was going to be able to get through a workshop in my emotional state.
I was wrong, because thankfully I have some great, talented friends who stepped in to help support in every way they possibly could, and it was such an added bonus for us all to have so many talented designers included. Really was a beautiful display of how great the floral community is, and I’ll never forget that.
This group of students was so talented, so wonderful and gracious. We dove into the best spring blooms to create centerpieces and bouquets, and a beautiful white spring foam-less arch.
Special thanks to Max Gill, Sarah Winward and Jenn Sanchez for supporting, teaching and assisting.
Photography: Jacquelyn Hayward
Assistants: Pamelyn Covey, Amber Reverie Design, Sara Drussel
Venue: The Washington Schoolhouse
Paper Goods: Jenny Sanders
Plates: CM Ceramics
Linens La Tavola
Ribbon: Frou Frou Chic
Hair: Steven Robertson
Makeup: Leslie Lind
Dress: The Dress Theory Nashville