Soil & Stem Floral Design Workshop

Soil & Stem Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
Soil & Stem Spring Floral Design Class with authentic, natural flowers arrangements now featured on Cottage Hill
Beautiful use of carnations, an often ignored flower, in a natural flower arrangement from Soil & Stem's Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
Nicole Land of Soil & Stem preparing for her Spring Floral Design Workshop for flower artists now featured on Cottage Hill
Beautiful assortments of Frou Frou Chic ribbons curated by Nicole Land of Soil & Stem for her Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
Nicole Land of Soil & Stem teaching flower artists at her Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
Beautiful Frou Frou Chic ribbons utilized by Nicole Land of Soil & Stem for her Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
The daintiest pansy used for a unique and natural boutonniere now featured on Cottage Hill
Whites, creams, peaches and light corals for this student's arrangement at Nicole Land's Soil & Stem Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
Blooming or even non-blooming branches provide depth, height and authenticity to a flower arrangement as seen her at Nicole Land's Soil & Stem Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
Blooming or even non-blooming branches provide depth, height and authenticity to a flower arrangement as seen her at Nicole Land's Soil & Stem Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
Nicole Land of Soil & Stem adjusting a flower arrangement at her Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill
We love the use of carnations in Nicole Land's (of Soil & Stem) arrangement - beautiful for any season, now featured on Cottage Hill
The small bursts of reds, pinks and corals the ranunculi provide in this arrangement more life a joy to a rather traditional palette. See more from Nicole Land's Soil & Stem Spring Floral Design Workshop now featured on Cottage Hill.
Blooms by Nicole Land of Soil & Stem and ribbons from Frou Frou Chic, now featured on Cottage Hill
A simple, light palette takes on modern simplicity in this natural bridal inspiration featuring Soil & Stem, Alexandra Grecco, Frou Frou Chic and Tess Comrie - now on Cottage Hill
A bride waits. See more from Soil & Stem's Spring Floral Design Workshop now on Cottage Hill
The lace on this Alexandra Grecco gown is breathtaking, now featured on Cottage Hill
Tess Comrie perfectly captures movement, fluid movement, from this beautiful bride. See more now on Cottage Hill
A bride in and out of focus, moving, dreaming, anticipating - see more now on Cottage Hill
Simple joy. We love seeing a happy bride. So many editorials are so serious in the name of 'fine art.' Fine art can also capture joy; actually, we prefer it! See more captured by Tess Comrie at Soil & Stem's Spring Floral Design Workshop now on Cottage Hill
One of our most romantic moments. Blooms by Soil & Stem and captured by Tess Comrie now on Cottage Hill
The most adorable flower girl and bride moment. Beautiful blooms by Soil & Stem, captured by Tess Comrie, now on Cottage Hill.
The most adorable flower girl twirls in Frou Frou Chic ribbons, Soil & Stem blooms and captured by Tess Comrie, see more on Cottage Hill

Florists and flower enthusiasts gathered together to learn from Nicole Land of Soil & Stem. Nicole is known for her natural approach to floristry. She sources many of her blooms locally and prefers outdoor-grown product. She believes that flowers cultivated in a natural environment contain a character and story that greenhouse mass produced flowers do not. 

Nicole spoke with attendees about the use of color, texture, depth, and shape of our designs. While spring offers us an abundance of life: blooming branches, hellebores, and flushing roses, allowing us to create pieces that contained color, moments of growth and gesture.

Nicole paired designs with accents of oatmeal grey linen and dove grey dress from Alexandra Grecco along with plenty of clean natural light as well as a candlelit scene. All photographs by Tess Comrie.