Austin Bloom invites you to their new city dwelling, to watch, listen, learn and taste! A masterclass like never before. Learn how to style your Christmas Day with florals, fashion, food and wine!
Austin Bloom has gathered gorgeous SA brands such as Living By Design, Eccola, Elizabeth V Sleepwear, Fox Gordon and more... to teach you all the secrets behind Christmas Day table settings, top tips on food and wine combinations, outfits that are just perfect for the day, lounge wear to wear post Christmas lunch and last but not least - flowers, plants and techniques to make your table super duper fabulous!
Three different themed table settings will be created while you watch - you will learn how to create individuality and wow factor! You will learn three very different floristry techniques that can be applied at home.
Living By Design will be sharing 'what to wear' with a fashion parade of their new and latest clothing for the silly season and summer days. Their homewares and furniture will also feature as apart of the table styling.
Eccola, a new and exciting homewares shop on the Parade, will be showing a mediteranean style Christmas table, using unique European homewares!
Elizabeth V Sleepwear, Adelaide made, is just a heavenly loungewear label - you will have the opportunity to hear from Helen Heithersay about her label and why it is just perfect for the event season.
Fox Gordon are responsible for the bubbles and wine.. you will learn from Ra Atkins about the power of food and wine matching! Complimentary bubbles on arrival and canape to match.
This is an exciting event and first of many sessions such as these! The purpose of this workshop is to equip you with confidence to create your own setting and more at home this Christmas. This masterclass is an opportunity to watch us at work and gather as much information as you can.
We are all looking forward to sharing in this event with you! You will leave full of so much inspiration and creativity to go forth and get FESTIVE!
Note: Please enter our workspace at the rear of the building on Ifould Street.