Event: Little & Bigs Flower Crown Workshop

Host: Lexi Learmond

Price: £65 for 2

Venue: The Always Sunday House, Bathwick Hill

Collaborators:

Blomme Florist / @blomme_florist  / https://www.blomme.co.uk

Made with Love By Sally / @madewithlovebysally /https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/MadeWithLoveBySally

Rare and Racy Portobello / @rareandracyportobello / www.rareandracyportobello.com

Sarah at Little Wild Ones / @littlewildones1https://www.littlewildones.co.uk/

For further details: https://www.alwaysunday.co.uk/

Upcoming Events: https://www.alwaysunday.co.uk/events-1/

Libby’s Review:

Rosie & I loved our day at Always Sunday House. From the moment we peered through the heavy Georgian door to Lexi’s breathtaking home and stepped in to a vibrant world of art and flowers, we were mesmerised!

First off, the lovely Nicole from Blomme Florist walked us through the step-by-steps of making a floral crown, before we took our seats with lots of other mums and daughters (dads and sons, grandparents and grandchildren etc would have been totally welcome too!) and got stuck in. The range and beauty of the flowers was out-of-this-world gorgeous, and Rosie and I both really savoured the opportunity to get creative together. It was much trickier than either of us thought it would be, but we were both chuffed to bits with our end pieces.

Afternoon tea was melt-in-your-mouth delicious. Served on Rare & Racy vintage china were Made with Love by Sally’s tiny macarons, fluffy scones, sweet cakes and cucumber sandwiches. A proper treat that made Rosie & I feel very grown-up and special.

Lexi’s aim for Always Sunday House was to create “a space to give artists and creatives a home for showcasing their talents” and she’s definitely made it. We can’t wait to attend more of her events and thank Bath’s lucky stars for what she’s bringing to our city!

Rosie (aged 8):

The place we went to was very big and it was amazing and really pretty. All the ladies were very nice and they gave us tea and snacks and cakes and biscuits and squash.

We put the flowers on to pieces of wire and stuck it all together with this special tape. Mummy made a Frida Kahlo one and I made one with 2 roses on the side. It was quite hard to do a big one so I just made a simple one instead. I chose roses to go with my name!

My favourite part was talking to all the other people and making more friends and making flower crowns was a very nice way to communicate with other people. It was really fun to have a girly day with mummy.

I’d give it 4.5 stars! I took half a star away because it was quite hard to get the flowers to stick at first! I’d definitely do it again and I’ll tell all my friends!

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