"Green Valentine" Workshops with Erin Weston - February 2, 2019

"Green Valentine" Workshops with Erin Weston - February 2, 2019

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Celebrate a “Green Valentine” this year! We're sharing the best of creative North Carolina! Join the magnificent Erin Weston on February 2, 2019 in The Hive!

Erin will offer two separate workshops on February 2, 2019 where she will share the secrets to her magic touch with magnolia. Register online through our website!

Classic Door Wreath                                                                    
10am - 12pm
Create your own 26” magnolia wreath with Erin as she shares her coveted secrets for designing luscious, full magnolia wreaths. Take home your own masterpiece that will age exquisitely and last for years.

Magnolia Topiaries
1pm - 3pm
How refined to simply walk out your door, cut gorgeous magnolia and create the perfect centerpiece for supper clubs and southern luncheons. There’s a special art to the topiary and the master, Erin Weston, will share the tricks to her talent in the Hive with this workshop. Bring your favorite container and wow your guests by evening’s supper!

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About Erin: In 2002, Erin Weston relocated from NYC to her home state of North Carolina to become a farmer, combining her fine arts degree with the family business. “My vision was to grow a unique, enduring luxurious product on my family farm. My first arrangements were made by clipping the branches and leaves from my grandmother’s Southern Magnolia tree for holiday decorations. I sold my first creations at a local farmer’s market and grew the business from there,” says Weston.

Each year the product line has expanded and to date more than 10,000 trees have been planted at Weston Farms. The signature wreaths, garlands, and fresh Magnolia arrangements are now shipped nationwide throughout the year. The abundance of materials, unique ingredients, and luxurious designs have dazzled local markets, national interior designers and presidential florists alike.

Garden and Gun magazine called her wreaths "an heirloom" because though they arrive fresh, they dry to last for years. Erin travels giving talks and demonstrations on how to incorporate cut foliage into a timeless arrangement. Her work has been featured on the cover of House Beautiful, in Southern Living Magazine, HGTV, Time Warner Leisure Channel as well on display at The NC Museum of Art.

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