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December 10, 2023 12PM-2PM

WREATH MAKING WORKSHOP

Join us for an enchanting wreath-making adventure at fruitsuper, and we’ll get your wintery spirit blooming! Fruitsuper is thrilled to present a magical afternoon of creativity and friendship as we welcome the talented Liz Rhodes from Marigold & Green to guide us through the art of crafting wintery dried floral wreaths.

What to Expect:
Learn the secrets of creating exquisite, one-of-a-kind modern wreaths.

Immerse yourself in the world of the Slow Flowers Movement and learn more about Sustainable Floral design!

Craft a beautiful wreath to keep or give as a heartfelt gift.

Space is limited to just 8 lucky participants, ensuring an intimate and unforgettable experience. Whether you're a wreath-making pro or a curious beginner, this workshop is designed for all skill levels. Let your creativity flourish in a cozy, holiday-spirited setting with like-minded enthusiasts.

Don't Miss Out!

Mark your calendar and stay tuned for further details on how to secure your spot. Prepare to immerse yourself in the season's beauty, create cherished memories, and craft a stunning, personalized masterpiece. The holiday magic begins on December 10th, and we can't wait to share this joyous occasion with you!


RSVP to ensure your place in this whimsical winter workshop. It's a wreath-making wonderland you won't want to miss!



Liz Rhodes Bio:


Meet Liz Rhodes, a devoted member of the Slow Flower Society and a true flower enthusiast since the early 2000s. Her love affair with flowers started by "slinging flowers" to help put herself through school at a small floral shop in Charlottesville, VA; those early days of floral fascination laid the groundwork for a remarkable journey.

Liz isn't just a flower maven. Her career in the corporate world of architecture was built on the cornerstones of sustainability, community, and education; Liz's passion for flowers and care for sustainability led her to create Marigold & Green, a floral design studio that exudes love, creativity, and kindness.


Environmental consciousness is at the core of M&G’s work. No floral foam or harsh chemicals are allowed in her creations, and she's always on the hunt for recyclable and compostable materials.

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ABOUT MARIGOLD & GREEN

Meet Liz Rhodes, a devoted member of the Slow Flower Society and a true flower enthusiast since the early 2000s. Her love affair with flowers started by "slinging flowers" to help put herself through school at a small floral shop in Charlottesville, VA; those early days of floral fascination laid the groundwork for a remarkable journey.

Liz isn't just a flower maven. Her career in the corporate world of architecture was built on the cornerstones of sustainability, community, and education; Liz's passion for flowers and care for sustainability led her to create Marigold & Green, a floral design studio that exudes love, creativity, and kindness.

Environmental consciousness is at the core of M&G’s work. No floral foam or harsh chemicals are allowed in her creations, and she's always on the hunt for recyclable and compostable materials.

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