In May 2017, Ashley of Tinge Floral along with a few other very talented women will be returning to the beautiful Washington Schoolhouse Hotel for Color Theory, the next installment  of the Tinge workshop series.

A few words from Ashley:

“Spring is abundant with delicate colors and textures, with all the best blooms readily available to us. Together we’ll build harmonious color palettes in bouquets, arrangements and installations incorporating foraged product from our surroundings. Often times the most complex beautiful color palettes are found by utilizing what is growing around you.

 
We will have this boutique hotel all to ourselves and enjoy the incredible service it provides. While we will have a full itinerary, you’ll still be able to relax and enjoy the beauty that is Park City, Utah.”
 
For more information on pricing, inclusions, and the full itinerary, please email ashley@tingefloral.com
 
Flowers + Workshop Host: Tinge FloralPhotography: Ciara RichardsonStylist: Tess ComriePaper Goods: Kaela RawsonGowns: Leanne Marshall, Jann Marie BridalVenue: Washington Schoolhouse Hotel | Tart: Pippa Cakery | Hair and Makeup: Lesley Lind

 

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Kim Dodrill | Reply

Such a fan of Tinge Floral Design’s creativity and talent. Loving the organic nature of these arrangements, yet the elegance too.

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