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What's happening at Monday Morning Flowers?

Jump on board the classes at Monday Morning Flowers!  We have been having such a blast at our in-store events, we have to update everyone on what’s to come.  Recently, we had Summer Fun Floral Design on June 12th, and Laughter and Flowers on June 27th.  Both classes were great fun with people designing their own arrangements, sipping on margaritas, and learning ways to lighten up and laugh a little more in general.



On July 24th, join us for an exciting night of photography paired with a wine tasting.  Enjoy delicious and refreshing local wines, and learn a little about your favorite taste.  We will be joined by Jay Bryant of Jay Bryant Photography, who will be teaching tricks to take great photos with your camera or smart phone.  This class is only $55 per person, and includes $15 of Monday Morning Money.  Know someone who loves wine or taking pictures?  Why not bring a friend or come solo and meet new people while you enjoy a fun night out?!

Of course we love to learn about photos, and can’t deny we enjoy a nice glass of wine, but our favorite classes to teach are hands-on design.  Our designers do a fantastic job of helping everyone create a gorgeous arrangement to take home and have as some personalized décor.  On August 21st, learn how to create a high-style, tropical floral arrangement with unique and exotic flowers.  Leave with $10 of Monday Morning Money, your own décor for home, and the skill to create your own floral pieces as a hobby, or even for your own parties!  This class is only $75 per person – but space is limited for both events, so please reserve your spot!  Sign up for one or both classes on our website,, or call the shop at 609-520-2005. 

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