1 Nov

Indian Summer floral workshop by Amy Osaba

categories Details + Decor, Flowers + Greenery

Party throwers, DIY brides-to-be, and florist enthusiasts alike – you’re in for a pretty treat. For those of you who may be unfamiliar with Amy Osaba event.floral.design, they are a full event design company with an aesthetic that is organic, free, with a twist on the traditional. They recently celebrated their new studio space (the Goat Farm in Atlanta) by opening it up for the 1st in a series of floral workshops. Plenty of cupcakes, gourmet sack lunches, savory cocktails, and one adorable complimentary goody apron later, Indian Summer was a beautiful success. We’ll let the floral creations tell the rest!

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

Drawing inspiration from fiery sunsets and warm evenings ‘round the campfire, this inaugural workshop gave students the opportunity to create a lush tablescape, styled with found objects and locally foraged botanicals.  At this workshop, students not only learned the basics of floral design, such as flower identification and composition, but they also learned how to implement some of our signature touches, from creating charming vignettes using vintage vessels, to incorporating local foliage into arrangements and creating a centerpiece with movement and balance.

Indian Summer floral workshop

The mood board behind the look and feel of the workshop. To get a closer look at these tears check out their Indian Summer Pinterest board.

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

We just died and went to flower heaven. Love these arrangements!

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

“It was an Indian summer, a bluebird sort of day…warm and sunny, without a breath of wind; the water was sky-blue, the shores a bank of solid gold.”
– Sigurd Olson

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

Indian Summer floral workshop

So much pretty & fun – and, this was just the first of many workshops to come! We’ll eagerly be awaiting the announcement of the next one (in hopes of snagging a seat). Until then, a big thank you to all the talented vendors involved!

Photography: Heidi of Our Labor of Love  / Floral design + instruction: Amy Osaba / Paper goods + branding: Erica Loesing for Amy Osaba / Styling + vintage props: Ginny Branch Styling and Designs / Catering: Sun in my Belly / Location: studio at the Goat Farm in Atlanta

Related Posts with Thumbnails


  1. Oh, I would have LOVED to have go to this!

  2. Us too, Will!

  3. Indian Summer was heavenly…thank you so much to Amy and her lovely team. I so enjoyed being a part of it and cannot wait until the next one.

  4. so many pretty flowers! and love the inspiration board and photography!

  5. this is so amazing! i love everything about it.

  6. This was such an amazing experience! It was such an organic, creative time with talented women…we all kept saying we thought we were in a different world. Such a magical, fun day! Many thanks to Amy and her awesome team for having us! I am counting down the days until the next one! <3

  7. This looks like the best time ever, so many awesome things pilled into one. I would love to attend one of your workshops sometime. Until then I have the pictures to swoon over!

  8. The event looks lovely. Everyone seem to enjoy it a lot.

    Align Probiotic Reviews

  9. But I want a flower ring now daddy! (that was in my best Veruca Salt from Willy Wonka voice) But I really do want a flower ring, it’s beautiful!

  10. This is amazing! I check your blog everyday but must have missed this one! I’m in love, how fun this would be!!! I’d love to attend this!!!

  11. Where did you find a polaroid and film for this wedding? My fiance and I would like to do this for our wedding in March!

  12. i love everything about this. i so wish i could have been an attendee. every photo is so incredibly gorgeous!

  13. Got any of these workshops coming to the NorthWest? Looks lovely.

  14. So inspirational! I will definitely go back to this post when I design my own wedding flower arrangements.

  15. Good evening,
    I was wanting to know when your next course was on and also the cost of your workshop?
    I look forward to hear from you
    Warm regards
    Danielle Fraser
    Moss Industry Weddings

  16. Hi,
    Could you please let me know when your next workshop is, and how much it is.
    Warm regards

Post Your Comment

Hello Cakelets! Thanks so much for reading our blog. If you're going to leave a comment, know that we reserve our right to remove any mean-spirited, unreasonably profane, self-promoting comments from our blog. And remember that the couples shown on our site are real people who have been nice enough share their special day with us. Please treat them as you'd like to be treated. XOXO