Join us for a fall wreath workshop at Town Beer Co on Saturday, October 7th at 1:00pm. During this hands-on-course you will learn how to make your very own fall wreath using dried flowers, grasses, greenery, branches and grapevine. These wreaths are perfect to adorn a wall in your home or your front door and will last throughout the season. All materials will be provided.
Tickets are $50 and can be purchased through the website under shop or by clinking this link - thewildingcollective.bigcartel.com
We hope to see you there!
I didn't realize the positive impact we would have on the women who attended our Beauty + Bubbly event in February at Momni. We hosted to different ages, sizes and races, all the women were radiating. I loved being immersed in wonderful conversation getting to know each person while making their hairpiece. Joy and her team at Momni know how to empower women and do it daily and Stefanie has a special way of making people feel beautiful and it shows in her photography. I loved being apart of this day and being a tiny part of making these women feel special.
Hey Friends! Here are the happenings for this years Valentine's Day.
Saturday, February 11th - We will be at Riverside Arts Market from 10am-3pm selling hand-tied bouquets. Stop by and see us!
Sunday, February 12th - Beauty & Bubbly at Momni from 2-5pm. Enjoy Champagne, hors d'oeuvers, 30% off store-wide, a custom floral hair piece and a professional photo package from Stefanie Keeler Photography.
Tuesday, February 14th - We will be selling hand-tied bouquets at Bold Bean. For pre-orders to be picked up at Bold Bean, please visit our shop. There are three pick up locations - 8am-12pm Bold Bean, San Marco, 3pm-6pm Bold Bean, Riverside and 10am-6pm Momni, Murray Hill. Be sure to select your location when placing your order.
Email Becky directly with any questions email@example.com .
A Wilding Valentine's inspiration - unique blooms with a mixture of herbs and greenery with soft textures.
Photos by: Stefanie Keeler Photography
For years I've dreamt of leaving the corporate interior design profession behind to wander into a new journey. It took 10 long years and a lot of struggle before discovering my passion for flowers and realizing that I could actually do this thing. Now here I am as The Wilding Collective; doing this thing I once only dreamt about! I get to make my own schedule, harvest my own creativity and most importantly, still have time with Juniper. Two Thousand Sixteen was my first full year of creating designs for some amazing couples who have entrusted me with one of the most important days of their lives. Along the way, I've met and got to work along side some wonderful and talented industry folks. I've also had some exciting opportunities this year from being featured in Edible Northeast Florida and on several blogs, my first live TV appearance and the many pop-ups at Momni and Madewell. So, Thank You all for the support and encouragement in 2016 and lets make 2017 an even more amazing year! Happy New Year!
Dara + Brad - Photography: Christina Karst Photography
Sarah + John - Photography: Christina Karst Photography
Sarah + Alex - Photography: Christina Karst Photography
Caroline + Steven - Photography: Christina Karst Photography
Caroline + Brandon - Photography: Flora + Fauna
Taylor + Mark - Photography: Christina Karst Photography
Erin + William - Photography: Christina Karst Photography
Ashley + Given - Photography: Flora + Fauna
Karen + Asa - Photography: Bri Cibene Photography
Chelsea + John - Photography: Stefanie Keeler Photography
Angie + Ed - Photography: Stefanie Keeler Photography
Renata + Matt - Photography: Christina Karst Photography
Emily + John - Photography: Nicole Piper Photography
Leah + Warren - Photography: Ivey Pictures (Not pictured but will include their photo soon)
Ashley + Ryan - Photography: We are the Bowsers
For the latest edition of Edible Magazine Stefanie Keeler and I headed out to The Glen Venue and spend a day foraging on their beautiful property. I created a table centerpiece from what was foraged and styled a table. In the magazine I wrote an article on foraging for your holiday centerpiece and how you can get your family involved in creating something beautiful with lots of meaning for your dining table. If you are local pick up your copy for free around town.
Published in Issue Eight - Edible Magazine - Northest Florida