Thursday, January 2, 2014

Flower Duet Team Teaches You the Art of Flower Arranging from A to Z via their DVD {Giveaway}

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Have you ever tried flower arranging?  I have and sometimes it has worked and sometimes it has flopped.  It is a challenge when you don't have all the inside tips and tricks that the pros have, right?  What about if you are trying to plan a wedding or another festive event and really want to make it beautiful but not spend thousands on a floral designer?  Is that even possible?  Even if you just want to create beautiful arrangements in your own home or for friends, you really can learn to do it with the inside secrets from the pros at Flower Duet. 

I was pretty impressed.  The DVD was the perfect length, not too long because I am one busy mama and my time is limited. On the other hand, I really need help with flower arranging because I always feel like I can do more but never really know what to do. So I used to just buy a bunch of flowers and stick them in a least my kitchen or dining room would look a little brighter. But it never really looked professional. I was excited because Casey and Kit showed me that I can take those simple flowers from ShopRite, Whole Foods or Trader Joes and take it to the next level. Easily too.  Trust me, I am no crafty wizard. These two ladies are good at what they do.  
Casey and Kit are two sisters who are the brains behind Flower Duet and they spill their secrets for you!  They even have an amazing monthly newsletter that has some crafty and elegant tricks you can incorporate into your own arrangements and bouquets. You can sign up right on their website.  Take a peek at their past newsletters many amazing ideas these ladies have to share!

The Flower Duet ladies created an easy-to-follow instructional DVD series that is just perfect for beginners like me (and maybe you!) and will give you the confidence to be creative with flowers available daily at your local grocery or farmers' market. 
  • Perfect as a gift anytime! 
  • Life-saver for brides on a budget who want to create their own wedding flowers . 
  • The solution for what to do with those flowers you buy every week at the grocery store - but don't know how to make them look "cool."
Format: DVD 
Running Time: 29 minutes 

The flower arranging How-to DVD includes: 
First, the sister team of Flower Duet, Casey and Kit, take you on location to their favorite wholesale flower vendor and show you how to choose only the freshest flowers – just like they do for all their clients in person! 
After, you head over  to their design studio where they show you how you can mimic how professional florists prepare flowers to optimize their vase life. They give you easy to follow tips on choosing great colors and long-lasting flowers.  They also teach you the easiest and most adaptable way to create a hand-tied European wrap bouquet using three different sets of flowers.  Sounds fun, right? 
You can follow these crafty floral designing sisters on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter. Flower Duet is a full service event and wedding design studio based in Los Angeles, California.  They also teach workshops which you can take a peek at on their site. They created this easy to follow DVD for those who could not attend their workshops locally. If you live in the Torrance, CA area you should really check out their classes.  It sounds like so much fun I wish I lived closer!!
Meanwhile, don't forget to enter my Rafflecopter giveaway to win your own copy of the Flower Duet DVD.a Rafflecopter giveaway

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clc408 said...

I have taken a class in flower arranging and have limited skills. I would like to get better at it and would love to use this DVD to learn more.

OmahaCouponClipper said...

I have arranged flowers at a nursing home when I worked there but, I'd love to learn how to do it properly.

Rebecca Caruso said...

I love having fresh flowers in my apartment as often as I can because not only do they keep my spirits high but they add a beautiful touch to any room! My skills are limited, which is why this DVD would be great, I'd love to be able to decorate my kitchen with beautiful arrangements!

Becky H said...

This looks so neat. I love flowers and could really use help learning how to arrange them.
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Misty Guye said...

I can arrange flowers a little, but I want to be better at it.

katy b said...

i love flowers! and this would be perfect at learning how to arrange them

tiffany courtright( said...

I don't think I can arrange flowers because I have absolutely no experience but I would love to learn how!

Sylvia said...

I've been studying the local flora around my city, and I want to make my own arrangements for my wedding this summer!

phxbne said...

I am just hopeless - even if I buy a bunch from the store - would love to learn

Jennie said...

I like to arrange the flowers I grow. I take clippings of shrubs and weeds to add texture and color. I'd love to learn some pro tricks.

Susan Smoaks said...

i do not know how to arrange flowers but i would love to learn.

i am tony l smoaks on rafflecopter.

walk9 said...

I have no idea on how to arrange flowers- it always looks bunched and horrible when i do it.

Nancy said...

All I know how to do is trim the bottom of the flower stems, give them water and shove them in a vase. So, I need lots of education in flower arranging!

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Anonymous said...

My guy gives me flowers from a shop that does gorgeous arrangements, and I always wish I could arrange flowers from my garden like that. So, yes, I could definitely use help from this DVD!
bkittie at

akortokrax said...

I have never arranged flowers before, and I could definitely use the help. I have a friend who is amazing at it, and it looks like so much fun!