Slow Flowers Members Come Together at Two Rocky Mountain Events
FIELD TO VASE DINNER RETURNS TO BOULDER
On Saturday August 13th, we'll gather at The Fresh Herb Co., a beautiful Rocky Mountain flower and herb farm, to dine al fresco alongside the bucolic, tree-lined Lefthand Creek. Tickets are still available and I'd love to see you!
Two featured florists -- both Slowflowers.com members -- will transform the tables from ordinary to extraordinary using only Colorado-grown flowers. We're excited to see what Robyn Rissman of Bare Root Flora and Alicia Schwede of Bella Fioreand Flirty Fleurscreate for the evening's centerpieces. This is not the first collaboration between the two talented designers. Alicia, a former Colorado-based florist who is now located in the Seattle area, and longtime Colorado florist Robyn, also partner as co-editors of the Flirty Fleurs magazine.
On Friday August 12th, thanks to our generous host Megan McGuire Beauman of Red Daisy Farm in Brighton, Colorado, you're invited to attend the Slow Flowers Meetup for flower farmers and floral designers. I'll bring an update on Slow Flowers marketing and advocacy work and share resources for your floral business.
Red Daisy Farm will provide the meat and guests are asked to please bring a side dish to share and drinks to contribute.
Please contact Megan at email@example.com for more details and RSVP by August 6th, so she knows how many people to prepare for! Please help spread the word! Should be a great experience and I'm eager to meet you!
We’ve poured so much creative effort into developing Slowflowers.com’s valuable, meaningful content and it’s thrilling to receive industry recognition for this important digital resource that connects consumers everywhere with American Grown flowers across the country.
LISTEN: Slow Flowers Podcasts for July
Join the Conversation & the Creative Community with the Slow Flowers Podcast (c) Mary Grace Long
Voices of the Slow Flowers Movement
Each week the Slow Flowers Podcast releases a new episode featuring timely interviews with flower farmers and floral designers whose wisdom and insights will inspire you!
Check out the wide range of guests we've heard from during the month of July:
The new book from Flower House project photographer + collaborator Heather Saunders features images + reflection on the experience from the breathtaking 2015 extraordinary floral installation, with a foreword by project creator Lisa Waud
"A fragrant, textural work of art. . . I can't wait to re-live the experience in the pages of her book." -- Debra Prinzing, Slowflowers.com
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