Christmas Styling Masterclass and Wreath Making
7, 14 and 21 December 2016, 6:30 pm
The Grounds of Alexandria
2 Huntley Street
Alexandria, NSW 2015
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas...
The Grounds has a lovely Christmas gift in store for you this year. They’re showing you how to do what they do. Ever tried to replicate a recipe, place setting, art/craft or drink, only to have it come out looking like you’d deny it ever existed. This basically sums up everything we’ve ever seen on Pintrest… ever. Yeah, those beetroot brownies with avocado frosting we baked never happened. Nope. But we digress.
The Grounds is assembling the experts to help you assemble a holiday grazing table and a DIY wreath that you, your friends, even Santa himself will be impressed with. Can you say “hashtag flatlay”? These masterclasses are geared for all of us that want the inside tricks and finishing touches to take your meal or styling from good to how on earth did you do that.
What’s in store: An intimate masterclass under the Arbour as The Grounds experts in Styling and Florals share their knowledge on style, florals and food for the festive season ahead.
What you’ll learn: They’ll be sharing tips and tricks on creating the ultimate interactive grazing table. Picture something stylish and lush, in traditional Christmas tones that’s both achievable and affordable to recreate. There will also be a workshop in creating a stunning centerpiece that will last you right through the festive season. They’ll be sharing floral arranging techniques, details & knowledge on each of the materials and assist in bringing your own masterpiece to life.
What’s Provided: All the materials for your own wreath, sourcing the finest natural materials of fresh foliage, dried flowers, cinnamon sticks, pine cones etc. to create a beautiful Christmas wreath. Smells like warm fuzzies.
A selfless act: Your friends and family will get to see and enjoy the skills you’ve learned.
What you’ll be taking home: Your custom wreath. And of course the know-how to make the most divine tabletop that Santa’s ever enjoyed milk and cookies on.