Flower Crown Workshop – September

Date: Sunday, September 22nd

Time: 1pm – 2:30pm



Learn how to create a stunning and seasonal flower crown with floral alchemist Jessica Harms of Lady Bird Wildflowers.

Jessica will explain some principles for choosing flowers for crowns; as an avid forager, she will teach you how to find beautiful materials in your own backyard!

Jessica begins the workshop with a brief grounding exercise, provides a detailed demonstration, and then guides you through making your own flower crown.

Come explore your creative side and work with local, seasonal flowers.

Workshop materials included are: flower crown base and wire, focal flowers, seasonal foliage, and filler flowers, including lavender picked right out of the field!

Tea and lavender shortbread cookies served for refreshment.



Jessica Harms of Lady Bird Wildflowers

Jessica Harms, flower designer and educator, founded Lady Bird Wildflowers, in 2021. The ability to view the natural world through the lens of a forager is central to her aesthetic. Jessica gathers as much as she can for each arrangement from wild spaces, forgotten places, and gardens. She describes herself as a “floral alchemist” – taking humble and often overlooked plants growing in the wild, and transforming them into something new and magical. This skill, cultivated through years of observation and practice, informs every aspect of her design process. Aside from her monthly flower arrangement subscriptions, Moon Bloom (themed around and delivered on the full moon each month), she keeps busy by teaching flower crown workshops throughout Bucks and Hunterdon Counties.