January 18, 2014
Our next workshop is all organised and we are excited to announce that Mikarla Bauer is coming to Orange to hold two crazy amazing yet different classes on Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd February.
SATURDAY 22ND FEBRUARY
3.30pm - 6.30pm
Celebration Tables with Mikarla Bauer
Come and learn how to create crazy beautiful table settings for a wedding, lunch or dinner party!
100% Guaranteed to knock your guests socks off!
Mikarla will show you how to create the perfect floral centerpieces, unique name settings and how to mix and match dinnerware and tablecloths.
She will also be bringing bucket loads of blooms from Flemington flower markets and beautiful herbs, grasses, branches and fresh roses from her own farm in the Southern Highlands.
SUNDAY 23RD FEBRUARY
10am - 1pm
Bouquets & Posies with Mikarla Bauer
Come and learn how to do it like a pro! Put the perfect bouquet together no matter what the occasion is... wedding, your next dinner party, a special gift for a love one.... Well we have got you covered! Mikarla will show you everything you need to know from colour and texture, floral blooms, seasonal variations to how to create crazy wrapping with neon tulle and hand painted paper. She will also be bringing bucket loads of blooms from Flemington flower markets and beautiful herbs, grasses, branches and fresh roses from her own farm in the Southern Highlands.
Which class to attend is the question... Celebration tables or Bouquets & Posies!?
Each class is 3 hours and includes fresh flowers that you will take home, food and drinks.
Mikarla has spent the last 10 years as a floral designer working for boutique florists in Sydney and Berlin. She is regarded as one of Sydney’s most exciting florists blending her own unique style and vision into each installation.
Currently dividing her time between Sydney and her property in the southern highlands, Mikarla incorporates her own farm grown produce into her work to provide clients with locally sourced arrangements that compliment the season.
Mikarla strengths lay in clashing colour combinations, contrasting textures and the compulsive desire to search the markets, farms and the roadside for that special bloom her clients are lusting for.
“Floristry is in my blood. I love nothing more than twirling the perfect posy, getting up a cheery picker to hang floral chandelier or seeing a bride gush over her bouquet. I’m a more is more kind of girl”