A winter centerpiece with peach amaryllis, garden roses, and ranunculus, gold and wine-colored orchids, and an unruly assortment of foraged goods created by Joy Thigpen at her workshop in January to demonstrate how to create flower arrangements for the attendees. After some instruction the group was sent out to give it a go themselves. We were so impressed with their work we wanted to share a few with you here!
So good, right??? AND today Joy is actually announcing 3 more workshops for the year. One will be a repeat of the January workshop which covers all the basics of Creative Direction + Styling and then she’s adding two new ones–an Advanced workshop for those who have taken one of her workshops already or have had other experience and a Crash Course on Styling for wedding photographers so they can take their work to the next level, even when they don’t get to work with a stylist.
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Weathered wood and silk. Historic stone and jewel-tone flowers. All complete contrasts, and yet, when pulled together, all completely amazing.