Creativity Circle: Make a Spring Floral Arrangement
Stop and smell the flowers.
Always had a knack for floral design? Then join us in celebrating the start of Spring with a floral arrangement workshop!
Local floral artist and entrepreneur, Stephanie Leung, will walk us through how to design the perfect Spring floral arrangement. Working with floral and greenery stems, you’ll design an arrangement full of color, composition, and flair. By the end of the workshop, you’ll have your very own centerpiece to enjoy, and the confidence to build new arrangements in the future!
All floral stems and additional supplies will be provided.
Please register in advance as seats are limited. Light refreshments will be provided.
This event is discounted to Pastel members and $30 for non-members. Please note: Pastel Circles are either free or discounted for Pastel members. Learn how you can become a member to work, meet and learn with like-minded women in our beautiful shared workspace!
Pastel’s Circle Series is a monthly meet-up, geared toward helping you connect with your community, and features workshops in the areas of entrepreneurship, creativity, wellness, and social networking.
Stephanie Leung is a wedding planner and floral designer, with over fifteen years in the industry. Having begun her career in the wedding industry, Stephanie developed a passion for floral design, and in the past three years, started her own floral design business. As a female entrepreneur, Stephanie juggles not only the successes and challenges of growing her own floral and wedding businesses, but is also a mom and teacher.
Stephanie’s vast array of floral expertise includes: floral identification and use, floral design fundamentals, sympathy design, and wedding bouquet and corsage design. Since starting her floral career, Stephanie has designed floral arrangements for over 30 weddings, showers, and other events. Stephanie founded her floral business out of her creative desire to provide beautiful, unique designs for her clients. In a world where technology drives our day to day experiences, Stephanie believes in the the power of carving out a space for organic artistic expression.
Julie Palmer is the owner of JEM Events, a event design, planning and production company that specializes in creating meaningful experiences for clients. Julie, a graduate of the University of Michigan, is passionate about community and collaboration. You can often spot Julie around both Plymouth and Ypsilanti setting up for an upcoming event or brainstorming fun and interactive ways to engage the community. JEM Events, born out of a deeply rooted desire to bring clients’ visions to life, is anchored in 25 years of business experience.
Emily Wiedmaier is Pastel’s Community Manager and brand leader with 10+ years experience with small business operations. A graduate of University of Michigan in Women’s Studies, she’s a positive, proactive leader specializing in customer experience, systems organization, project management, and sales engagement. Emily is an avid crafter, doer, and all around organizer, and celebrates all things homemade and local.