Camille Styles

Field Trip :: Floral Class With The Nouveau Romantics

February 13th, 2014

A bouquet of flowers invariably manages to make my heart skip a beat, no matter the occasion; and the affectionate feeling certainly continued when Elizabeth Lewis of The Nouveau Romantics invited us to play florist for a day and get a taste of their daily design routine. We were led into a whimsical floral fantasy of countless blooms and rippling greenery in Elizabeth’s light-filled, inviting studio. And while I have always appreciated the detail behind a bouquet, I now understand the artistic complexities of floral arranging that we, and now you, have the opportunity to master. With love in the air this week, we are sure you’ll be wowed by the beauty of these natural elements in hand. Click through to learn how to make your own hand-tied bouquet (with striking photos by Taylor Lord) just in time for this year’s holiday and many more Valentine’s Days to come!

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  1. what a fantastic event!
    always love an effortlessly styled bouquet.

  2. This can only be summed up by ‘I want to go to there!’ Such a fun tutorial and stunning space!

  3. What a fantastic field trip!

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  6. Annabelle says:

    Great primer! Flower arranging is an art I’ve never learned but always thought would be lovely to know.

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  8. Love this! I really want to take a floral class sometime.

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  10. this looks like the best flower workshop EVER… one day. one day we’ll be there.

  11. Miachel says:

    What great tips! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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  15. Sounds like such a great opportunity, and lots of fun too! I would love to see behind the scenes of a floral shop someday. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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