A day late, a dollar short. You know how the saying goes. So today I announce the launch of yesterday's newest venture! Flour LA, Jr! had our soft launch yesterday, and I'm ecstatic over the response! We throw children's parties where kids play with, arrange, and create flowers. It's already been a big hit, probably because parents love seeing their kiddos happy, and it turns out that flowers do just that!
Rock Their World With Flowers
Logo by Moi:) Jane of All Trades, Master of None:) I'm so self-deprecating, right. The main reason I do most things myself before delegating is that I like to get it done fast.
Who doesn't love putting on a head wreath? These sisters are the cutest!
Made this for Flour LA Signature Bouquets (where you'll find them in retail stores along Abbot Kinney in Venice. Check out French Market Cafe and Local 1205). Totally random, but it wasn't- I made this the same day as the party below.
Our Events Manger Sine with the girls. Girls and Glitter. Aww, now that's a cute name. Feel free to steal it.
Each child gets a free cupcake. They reallllllllly like that:)
Me showing 5 year old Ronan how to take leaves off a sunflower. This boy loved flowers. I think society tells us that boys shouldn't like flowers, but when they do arrangements, it's like putting a puzzle together. I'm gonna change the notion of what gender is and means. It's not fair to boys or girls to live in a society and being boxed in.
Sunflowers in a fire truck hat. Okay maybe that is gender specified. But the girls did this one too:)
Brie, who's heading Jr! with the kids, instructing them on how to put candy corn into the vases. I'm sure more went into their mouthes than the vases. You can watch my video on YouTube on how to make a candy arrangement.
Alaina laughed when I asked if I could hire her. She didn't know I was serious!;) Kids have such an imagination- they do things very quickly and with instinct. We lose that as we get older. We weigh actions and consequences. We subtract risk from reward. Sometimes we shouldn't. When I do flowers, I just go for it. That's why I also call myself The Iron Chef.
The Flower Chef
How Did She Do That