Barcelona Style: a flower crown workshop

flower crown workshop

I am back from Copenhagen and a very intense and positive weekend at The Hive and Bodie and Fou’s styling competition. Meanwhile I am organizing and editing pictures, I wanted to share with you some pictures of the flower crown workshop I attended with my fellow blogger friend Elena a few days ago given by Elsa Yranzo at the Somewhere café.

flower styling workshop gudy

Photography by Lidia Cazorla for The Crafty Days

I have been wanting to do a flower styling course for quite some time now. Honestly, it is more difficult than I thought and you really need to be patient. I absolutely want to try it again and practice a bit more. I first prepared all material and then added the little bunches piece by piece to the prepared wire crown (see pic above).

flower crown workshop 4

flower crown workshop 2 (1)

flower crown workshop 2

I loved the one Elsa did for herself with flowers just on the right side. Depending on the colours and flower type you choose, they look all so different. Isn’t that one pretty?

flower crown workshop 3

This is Elena‘s crown with a more wild flowers look&feel, at the beautiful pic below you can see her helping me with fitting mine.

flower styling workshop elena

Photography by Lidia Cazorla for The Crafty Days

If you are in Barcelona, make sure you spend some time crafting flower crowns with Elsa, she is a super stylish and talented lady, I promise you will love it! You’ll find her on The Hobby Maker.

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8 Responses

  1. That looks like fun! I can imagine that it’s not very easy, but your results look great. Did you actually wear the flower crown, though? So far it’s definitely a trend in fashion photography and styling, but I’d love to see more people actually wear them on the street!

    1. We just put the crown on for the group pic (I still haven’t seen, there was an official photographer) and I have it now hanging to dry in a dark room. But yes, I’d love to have a smaller one for a summer dinner.

    1. It is a café where they organize all kind of workshops but just seemed to be perfect for this one with the rustic table and the kind of lighting…

  2. Oh that looks like such a rewarding thing to do. Love how you’re doing all of these workshops Gudy, so good for the soul. xx

  3. What a great workshop to be part of Gudy! I can imagine that it would be difficult but the crowns just look lovely! I’d love to go to something like that one day also. xD

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