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Flowers have been designed…color wheels have been spun and we are just getting started!  I was in Phoenix yesterday for our second official Mayesh Design Tour date and it was INCREDIBLE. 🥰 I’ll be here in Arizona for a few days before heading to the Houston stop on April 25th but before I head to […]

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Are you a preparer? In my personal and professional life alike, I sometimes get started on a task, only to wish I had done some preparation first. If only I had stepped back, slowed down, and thought through, I would have better set myself up for success. Can you relate? When designing, of course, design […]

7 Essential Floral Design Tips for Spring

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As spring picks up, so does the busy season. Check out this refresher below for 7 Go-To Floral Design Tips! #1 – Clean, clean, clean! Prep work makes all the difference when it comes to flower arranging. I can’t stress this enough! Before you dive into a gorgeous bouquet or centerpiece, it’s important to clean […]

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If you haven’t heard, Mayesh Wholesale and I are partnering up for an 11-city tour of day-long floral design workshops. As a floral educator and designer, it’s a huge honor to travel all over the country and meet designers from all different backgrounds and experience levels. Consider this an action packed training to prep you for tough days, new skills and loads more confidence to help build your design skills and bolster your bottom line.

Amy Balsters, The Floral Coach, Spring Bulbs

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March is a uniquely spectacular time for flowers. The spark of warmer, longer days encourages flowers to wake up, while winter’s lingering chill allows the most delicate blooms to take their sweet time coming of age. It’s the magical combination that gives us cherry blossoms, forsythia, daffodils, and all the other hallmarks of spring.  I’ve […]

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Today’s blog post is alllll about one of my favorite educational offerings: team training! All my life I’ve been the kind of person who wanted answers: the process, the theory, and the knowledge to explain why it all works! So, to become the designer I am today, I spent years learning, developing, and understanding floral design. From formal training, to freelancing, to retail and event work, I’ve seen so much and now I’d like to bring that experience to you and your team!