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Learn the Basics of Floral Design at our Yardley Shop!


If you missed our floral design event in February, don’t worry!  We are having a second class in our Yardley PA location on April 11th, from 6:00-8:00PM.  Join us for wine and snacks while you learn the basic principles of floral design.  With a great turnout for our Princeton floral design class, we are excited to host this event is Yardley also. 

At our Princeton floral design event, all participants began the night with unarranged flowers...

 
Enjoy a night out, meet other locals, and learn how to create a beautiful floral arrangement.  Our designers will go over everything from balance and proportion to focal point and accent.

And after a night with one of our designers, arrangements turned out beautifully!

You can sign up for Yardley’s floral design event on our website or call the shop at 215-493-1400.  We have a quaint shop in Yardley so this is sure to be a relaxed, fun night out – but space is limited, so don’t forget to sign up today!
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