Unleash Your Creativity at Bloom’s Summer Workshop Series

A flower centerpiece made by Bloom Sacramento

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Bloom’s Summer Workshop Series launches today! It’s where the beauty of nature meets the art of floral design. Get ready for an unforgettable experience that will ignite your creativity, foster new friendships, and leave you with stunning floral creations. Mark your calendars, as tickets are now available for these fun events in Sacramento. Discover the workshops catered to all interests and ages, and let your imagination run wild.

Dried Flower Hoop Wreaths: July 15

Embrace the rustic charm of dried flowers and let your imagination bloom as you create stunning hoop wreaths. These whimsical creations add a touch of enchantment to any space, whether it’s your front door, a cozy corner, or a special event. Guided by your expert florist (me!), you’ll learn techniques to compose and arrange dried flowers, creating a unique masterpiece that captures the essence of nature’s beauty.

Dried Flower Crowns: July 29

Unleash your inner bohemian spirit and indulge in the magic of crafting enchanting flower crowns. Using dried flowers and delicate greenery, you’ll create a crown that reflects your unique style and personality. Whether you’re attending a music festival, celebrating a special occasion, or simply embracing your inner flower child, these crowns are the perfect accessory to add a touch of nature’s elegance to your look.

Centerpieces: Aug. 7

Become a master of centerpiece arrangements and elevate your special occasions with captivating floral focal points. In this workshop, you’ll learn the art of arranging ordinary blooms into extraordinary centerpieces. I will guide you through the process of selecting the perfect flowers, creating harmonious color schemes, and arranging them in a way that captures attention and creates a lasting impression. This event will be hosted at one of our growing sites in Sacramento, and you’ll be able to get a behind-the-scenes look at how we grow thousands of flowers in a compact, suburban space.

Wrapped Bouquets: Aug. 22

Discover the secrets behind expertly wrapping beautiful bouquets, perfect for gifting or adding an elegant touch to your home. In this workshop, you’ll learn the art of creating exquisite arrangements and expertly wrapping them to enhance their beauty. From selecting the ideal blooms to mastering various wrapping techniques, you’ll leave with the skills to create stunning bouquets that convey your personal style and heartfelt sentiments.

Don’t Miss Out on this Incredible Opportunity!

Secure your spot now and be a part of this magical floral journey at Bloom. Immerse yourself in the breathtaking surroundings of our suburban flower farm, where you’ll witness the beauty of nature firsthand. From learning new skills to exploring the endless possibilities of floral design, the Summer Workshop Series promises to be an experience like no other.

To reserve your spot in the workshop of your choice, visit our workshop page. Be sure to act fast, as spots are filling up quickly. Let’s create unforgettable memories together and let your creativity blossom this summer at Bloom’s Summer Workshop Series.

Here’s a special offer for you: Add tickets to all four workshops to your cart and you’ll automatically get one ticket for 50% off!

Remember to use the hashtag #BloomSacramento to share your experiences and connect with fellow flower enthusiasts. We can’t wait to see you there!

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