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Craft Night: Floral Design Class

Here are a few photos from our Floral Design Craft Night last week. It was so fun to host Studio Choo at our studio – they’re amazing! Each class started with introductions, and I shared a few ways that Bing image search can help with finding color inspiration. Then, Alethea and Jill taught the basics of flower care and how to build floral arrangements. After their lesson, each person got to choose their own flowers and start designing their own bouquets. The Studio Choo team wandered around and gave advice and instruction. I was super impressed with everyone’s creativity! Thanks to my friend Rebecca Wright for putting the evening together. We’ll be announcing more craft nights soon – so stayed tuned! (And make sure to join our mailing list to get early access to sign up!)

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Andrea Pimental provided the snacks: s’mores pots de creme! (Get the recipe here.) I think I ate ten.

Oh Happy Day Craft Nights: Floral Design

For the goodie bags, Poppies for Grace sent over a confetti balloons and sweetheart gift kits for everyone who attended. We had a few extra, so we used them as decorations.

Oh Happy Day Craft Nights: Floral Design

Paper Generation gave everyone these awesome terrarium notecards. (Plus, she hand-wrote a message on each one!)


I love these mini pom pom flowers that sent over (fits the theme, don’t you think!?) And, Casey D. Sibley sent over a bunch of rad tea towels! See them all here.

Oh Happy Day Craft Nights: Floral Design

Thank you so much to everyone who came and helped make this night a success! I love hosting these classes and I’m really looking forward to doing more in the future. (Are you coming to our Letterpress Craft Nights next week??)

Oh Happy Day Craft Nights: Floral Design

This post is sponsored by Bing.


Photos by Paul Ferney & Alison Piepmeyer for Oh Happy Day

  1. Mark

    April 24, 2014

    Thanks for the intro to Studio Choo-it’s a really interesting concept, especially their pop up classes since they’re using a variety of different spaces for them all-it’s something that would work pretty darn well in the East Bay as well- Plus anything with S’Mores works for me!

  2. Rebecca

    April 24, 2014

    Oh it’s so good for the eyes and the heart to see all these colors… The flowers all look stunning, you got all the best! The confetti balloons I want home too.

  3. Sarah

    April 24, 2014

    So much fun!! Thanks again Jordan and Studio Choo!! xo

  4. Leith

    April 24, 2014

    I keep meaning to swing by your adorable shop! One of these days. Such great photos!

  5. Mariz

    April 24, 2014

    Hi Team Oh Happy Day,

    Do you have a workshop schedule? I’ll be in town from Canada end of May and I’d love to attend…well just about anything!


  6. Stel // STEL STYLE

    April 25, 2014

    I really want to do a floral design class like this one!! I think is really interesting!!

  7. Kelby

    April 25, 2014

    What a lovely class! I wish I was on the West Coast for this one 🙂 I’m a total newbie when it comes to floral design, but I’m super interested! xo Kelby

  8. Maria

    April 25, 2014

    OMG! envy you so much guys! That looks amazing! I´m really gonna die of love!

  9. lyndsay // coco cake land

    April 26, 2014

    oh man how i would love to take a class like this… love all the little extras too like those paper generation notecards, confetti ballons and s’mores pots de creme! the OHD space is such a dream for hosting amazing events!

  10. Marissa

    April 26, 2014

    That all looks like so much fun!

  11. Farrah

    April 26, 2014

    Please please please have a studio class on a weekend. I live in Sacramento and can’t make it during the week, but I would LOVE to come one Saturday or Sunday. The classes look like so much fun!!!

  12. Rebecca Plotnick

    April 29, 2014

    Your craft nights look amazing! I especially love this one with the floral arrangement. I would love to join you one day. Keep up the fantastic work. I love following your designs.

  13. Brooke

    April 29, 2014

    I totally want to make those smore’s in a jar asap! It would be a great little welcome to spring and soon campfire season!

    Your ballon window makes me want to put a balloon window in my house! 🙂

      • jordan
      • April 29, 2014

      Yes & yes! You definitely should! 🙂

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