As people are getting their homes outfitted for the winter season, Blossoms Flower House offers them an opportunity to get crafty by making their own wreaths and centerpieces. Blossoms is a studio space on Highway 57, just south of downtown Sister Bay, where Jackie Ehlert conducts her floral-arranging and delivery business and holds various workshops throughout the year.
When participants arrive for workshops, Ehlert will have all kinds of festive flora available for them to work with under her guidance and direction. Blossoms Flower House has the following workshops slated for the year.
Friday, Nov. 30
Enjoy good company, snacks and refreshments, all while making a wreath. All supplies included. The cost is $46 per person.
MOMMY AND ME WREATH WORKSHOP
Monday, Dec. 3
11 am–1 pm
Take your little ones to a fresh-wreath–making workshop. All supplies are included in the cost of the class to make a beautiful wreath. Babies and small children are welcome in this class, but are not a necessity to attend. The price for this class is intended for big and little ones that would enjoy the textural and creative experience of helping an adult make a fresh evergreen wreath. If your child is younger than 12 and would enjoy making his or her own wreath, call for a discounted second wreath ticket. The cost is $46.
HOLIDAY CENTERPIECE WORKSHOP
Saturday, Dec. 15
Join Ehlert to play with an array of fresh winter florals and textures to create a centerpiece arrangement just in time to make it to holiday tables. Enjoy great company, snacks and refreshments. All supplies are included in the price. The cost is $65 per person.
Reserve a spot for any of these workshops by calling 920.853.4288. Not seeing a workshop date that works? Gather eight or more people, and Ehlert can arrange a private event.
Blossoms Flower House is open by appointment and during scheduled workshops. For more information, call 920.853.4288 or visit blossomsofdoorcounty.com.
If you can’t make it to a workshop or want a preview of the wreath-making process, go to doorcountypulse.com to find Ehlert’s step-by-step process. Search for “Jackie Ehlert,” and it should be the first post.