Just before The Bridal Theory published our Carlsbad workshop, our Atlanta workshop with Accent Decor also made an appearance on the blog! This was a special workshop since it took place in the AD showroom, and while The Bridal Theory published many of our favorite images, there are more we’d love to share with you (and maybe a few repeats because they’re just that good).
Quick side note on the tour – our Portland workshop has officially sold out, so your last chance to learn from Christy Hulsey of Colonial House of Flowers is at our final stop in November in Detroit, MI! Find out more info here, and if you can’t make this one, not to worry! We just announced our new Design Star and will be announcing 2018 workshop dates soon!
Last week our Carlsbad workshop was published on The Bridal Theory with a full recap and beautiful images of the day. They can only include so many images, and since we have such an awesome photographer (shoutout to Nicole), there are many more favorites we’re excited to share with you!
And if you’re interested in attending one of our final two workshops in Portland or Detroit, find out more info here!
Now that our Cleveland workshop has officially been published by The Bridal Theory, we’re so excited to share our favorite images from our second workshop back in March! Once we received these gorgeous images from Nicole Clarey, we knew we had to make her an official part of our workshop team, so stay tuned for more beautiful photos this as we continue on our #MDSFlowerWorkshop tour. And for a more detailed recap of our Cleveland workshop, make sure to check out The Bridal Theory’s post!
Come join us at a Mayesh Design Star Flower Workshop featuring Christy Hulsey of Colonial House of Flowers! We have 2 stops in the bag and will be hitting 7 more cities throughout this next year!
I can’t even tell you how incredibly excited I am to be able to share with you the stunning pictures and video from Jeremy Chou Photography and Talewind Visuals. The media below tells the story of Mayesh’s inaugural workshop, which was held in Los Angeles at FD Photo Studio, where it all started.
Keep on scrolling down to view the magic created by our LA Mayesh Design Star team!
Maybe you feel like this when working on wedding flowers, but the planning and styling of the workshop was half the fun of having a workshop! Seeing all of the little details coming together was pure magic. The students had access to some of the best Japanese, Dutch and local floral product in the industry for their arrangements, and the end product just couldn’t have been more dreamy.
Part of the planning was putting together a special thank you gift. The students were treated to a private selection of Cameron Hughes wine, and a beautifully styled gift box by Salt and Pepper Co., full of items from: Sugar Paper, HomArt, Cameron Hughes, TOCCA, and Accent Decor.
Christy instructed the students on how to create their Oasis Floral florist netting structure to insert into their Accent Decor vessel. Once the vessels were prepped and ready to go, Christy shared how to utilize branches, where to place vines a.k.a. “dancers”, what to do with large “real estate” blooms, how she utilizes her Design Master color tools, where to put unexpected pops of foraged blooms, and many other invaluable techniques that she has picked up over the course of her career. Also, the students were given a few tips and tricks on utilizing Mayesh’s beautiful garland as either a swag, or a bride and groom chair backer.
The End Results
After the students were finished, they headed over to the photography station where they had their arrangement photographed on a fully styled table to use in their professional portfolio. Then, Jeremy Chou and Tristan Needham both gave a tutorial on photography and styling – how to always put your best foot forward with your images, and what tools have been most helpful to them in elevating their brands.