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Calgary Spring Floral Design Workshop – POSTPONED
RSVP Deadline: Friday, March 20th. Limited space available.
Hosting Business Building DIY Floral Workshops
How involved are you in your local community? Hosting DIY Workshops in your shop or studio can help generate awareness for your business, engage with existing clients, and meet new ones!
During our Spring Floral Design Workshop, Sharon McGukin, AIFD, AAF, PFCI, Smithers-Oasis Design Director, will take you step-by-step on how to craft three on-trend designs, and coach your clients to do the same. Learn how to design these Instagram-worthy pieces:
- Succulent Wreath
- Fresh Arrangement with Preserved and Dried Botanicals
- Garden Flower Centrepiece
Suitable for fresh floral designers with a minimum one year experience. Includes all fresh flowers and design materials. Please bring your own knife, flower snips, apron, and wire cutters.
About Sharon McGukin, AIFD, AAF, PFCI
Sharon McGukin (Mac-Goo-kin) AIFD, AAF, PFCI inspires others to ‘celebrate life with flowers’. Sharon is known nationally for her floral expertise, southern charm and energetic connection with audiences as an entertaining and informative speaker.
She began her career as a small town florist with floral adventures leading her around the world. She has consulted in Asia for the home décor industry and presented flower demonstrations or tracked floral trends across the US, Canada, and Europe. From decorating floats at the Rose Bowl Parade to designing flowers in the White House, this floral fashionista has lots of flower stories to share.
To RSVP*, please complete the form below, or contact Kylee Lyle:
t. 403.252.5558 ext. 501
toll free. 1.877.266.8095
We are no longer accepting registrations for this event. Thank you for your interest!
“I learned both floral design and business skills, theory, and mechanics with Florists Supply that I now reference in all of my designs and day-to-day. Hearing personal hacks and tips from experienced designers are always amazingly helpful.”