Receiving flowers always makes you feel special. Learning to create your own arrangement can be even sweeter. Whether your planning for a wedding or looking for a creative breakout session, here's where to hone your flower making skills in Fort Worth.
Flower Market on 7th Street
Have a wedding coming up or just love the idea of making your own arrangement? The popular Sunday class at the Flower Market on 7th Street teaches the essential wedding florals: a hand-tied bouquet, corsage, boutonniere and simple centerpiece using roses, filler and greenery. Classes are temporarily suspended due to COVID-19 but the shop is working on a virtual class option.
WOODBINE FLOWER FARM
Woodbine Flower Farm is a local specialty farm that creates beautiful arrangements for weddings, events and beyond. Various classes are held throughout the year and you can even sign up for a seasonal bouquet subscription through their Community Supposed Agriculture (CSA) program. The six-week subscription brings you a weekly, seasonal selection of curated blooms hand-gathered and harvested from the farm in Granbury.
Husband and wife duo Frank Garcia and Suz Reyes at Ephemera Terrariums! bring their beautiful skills to the masses from their spacious shop in the popular Near Southside. Schedule a private class or walk-in to create your very own terrarium masterpiece. The friendly staff guides you in selecting a succulent plant, pot, and dirt to water ratio. The rest is up to you!
Peacock Farm & Flower Truck
The mobile flower truck pops up around Fort Worth for private parties, corporate events, photo sessions and is often seen at the Clearfork Farmers Market. In addition to booking the truck for a private service, a selection of arrangements are sold online for those who want to leave the floral arranging to the pros. View the online store here.
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