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It’s (almost) peony season!!! Yay!!!!
Join Prema for a fun and educational morning of flower arranging. Each student will make their own beautiful large centerpiece incorporating fluffy peonies and other fresh seasonal blooms.

Mimosas, coffee, and muffins will be served!
Come make some new friends and play with everyone’s favorite flower! Learn the basics of flower arranging or perfect your skills!

May 27th at 10am – 11:30am at Prema’s Studio located at 853 Inca Street in the Santa Fe Arts District of Denver.
$125 per person
Registration required.
To reserve your spot, please contact Frances at 434-466-6936

Limited to 15 attendants.




I’m excited to announce that I will be leading an introductory flower class in Denver to kick off the holiday season!

It is hosted by the awesome local company Flower Bombers, who I do some consulting for and absolutely love!

We will spend the morning learning about color theory, flower care and simple flower arrananging techniques. Each participant will get to make their own centerpiece and will take home an adorable little flower arranging kit, including shears, wire and other fun goodies.

There will be yummy snacks, coffee and mimosas made with local Colorado sparkling wine.

No experience is necessary. Just come and have fun!

Space is limited, get your tickets while you can!





3150 Walnut Street

Denver, CO 80205



Sat, November 5, 2016

9:45 AM – 12:00 PM MDT



photo: Lucky Malone


  • Genevieve Metzger - When will you be offering a flower class again? I was sad to miss the one in November and would love to take a few of my floral assistants with me to your next one! 🙂 Love your work!ReplyCancel

View More: had the pleasure of designing flowers for the annual Knot party this year! The event was planned by Bella Event Design and held at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Pink Monkey provided fabulous furniture and decor and Tamara Gruner photographed the event.

The vibe was a zen garden party so I made a bunch of designs inspired by traditional Ikebana flower arranging. And for the hell of it, we filled my Chinois bowl with real goldfish. Why not.

It was such a fun event, lots of networking, but even more so, just great friends enjoying a beautiful spring evening in the Gardens getting inspired for the wedding season ahead.
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My brilliant artist friend Kristen and I often collaborate on little projects to keep the creative juices flowing and to spend some time together with our mutual infatuation – flowers!

Here are a few of Kristen’s photographs from two shoots this winter, one with a lovely set of sisters and the other, in celebration and conjunction with her baby shower!

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It’s funny working such a seasonal job. The downtime is obviously so appreciated and enjoyed, but after awhile, despite the busyness brought about by writing proposals and having endless coffee dates, you start to feel idle, as if nothing is happening. It’s very unsettling.

Creative people don’t generally like idleness.

Luckily I have wonderfully creative friends who like to work/play as much as I do – who want to create for no real purpose other than for the joy of it!

These pictures came about from a fun morning of play with my talented neighbor, photographer, McCall Burau of Lucky Malone.

Spring flowers are heaven! I’m such a sucker for pastels and poppies!