A Wreath for the Holidays
with Pickletown Flower Co
The leaves are changing and Holiday festivities are right around the corner so we’re kicking off sweater weather with a wreath making workshop to make your home merry & bright. Jessica Sparzak, owner and founder of Pickletown Flower Co, the cutest mobile flower shop in Denver, will walk you through how to make your very own hand-made wreath.
Jessica has sourced dried florals that will come together in a piece that will last you and yours for years to come. We know you’ve got decorating & menu planning on your mind so join us on this crisp morning of fall abundance.
You’ll begin the day by ordering a warm coffee or tea from Amethyst Coffee Company & enjoying fall-flavored munchies. Once you’ve warmed up and settled in, Jessica will give an overview of the various materials she has gathered for wreath-making. Next, she’ll demonstrate techniques for an organic-style wreath.
After the demonstration, it will be your turn to choose your favorite components and get to it with creating your own wreath. Jessica will spend time with each participant to ensure everyone walks away with a wreath that they love.
What YOU Walk Away With
Tickets include a beverage of your choice from Amethyst Coffee, fall-themed snacks, all the supplies to make a custom 18”-20” wreath with dried materials that will last for years to come, and a storage box for whenever you choose to take down your holiday decorations. January or August … we don’t judge.
Jessica has a heart of gold, and her passion to bring uncommon flowers into the everyday homes inspires us to see beauty in the ordinary.
Jessica’s connection with flowers was nurtured by daily walks past the flower markets on New York City’s 28th street, resplendent with blooms and bustling with busy florists. The immersive beauty of those shops—the way they affected each sense, turning a city block of concrete into a magical manifestation of nature—led her to career choices that always flirted with her blooming love for floral design. And after several years, the birth of two wonderful children, and a move to Colorado, Jessica decided to turn her passion into a floral business that defied convention.
You can find her truck around town: follow her schedule here.