Autumn Workshops in Edinburgh with Bloom & Wild

Autumn Workshops in Edinburgh with Bloom & Wild

Autumn Workshops in Edinburgh with Bloom & Wild

This week we traveled to the beautiful city of Edinburgh to continue the celebration of our partnership with online florist Bloom & Wild by hosting a series of workshops in the Scottish capital.

Nikki talked guests through the selected flowers that make up the Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart for Bloom & Wild ‘Red Skies’ bouquet and the inspiration behind each stem.

Inspired by nature and the turn of the season, the luxurious Red Skies bouquet is a lovely combination of rich burgundy hydrangea, blueberry roses, pink astrantia, red hypericum, red chrysanthemum and beautiful seasonal foliage…emanating the beautiful red skies of autumn.

 Alongside Nikki, our Notting Hill Shop Manager Robyn, discussed what exactly it takes to make a famed Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart bouquet. From the spiraling technique to form the perfect dome, to ensuring your flowers are conditioned properly to keep them as long lasting as possible.Guests sipped on Daffy's Gin cocktails, before enjoying a lovely lunch from G&V Royal Mile Hotel. 
 
The intimate, exclusive event was attended by a host of Scottish bloggers, press and journalists including Hayley from amodelmoment, Style Editor Julie Hannah and Nicky Howden from the Scottish glossy Ion Magazine.

 


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