A few weeks ago, we partnered for a nationwide Succulent Workshop with Pottery Barn. Our team packed up, headed for the Lenox Square location for a day we'll always remember!
Morgan James led the one-hour workshop sharing tips to help design a living centerpiece and keep it alive --- in a real way. Morgan our resident style curator attends Georgia Southern University in Statesboro, Georgia and is Alpha Delta Pi.
Harwell Photography beautifully photographed highlights from the day.
Lanier and Morgan carefully reached out to artisans like Marche de Macarons for hand made macrons with a replica of a Pottery Barn succulent painted atop. And to Cindie Phelan Designs to create a watercolor of the Pottery Barn succulents just for attendees... plus H.L. Franklin Honey Sticks. very personal. And very cool touch.
Dramm and Echter with American Grown Flowers helped us pick the best succulents in the crop.
Morgan was joined by other CHOF Team members from around Georgia. Lanier Hays (Perry), Derek Eason (Atlanta), Abigail Garland (Augusta), and Christy Hulsey (Statesboro) geared the workshop to the premises of having a great time.
A Very Special Thank You
CHOF Project Manager: Morgan James + Lanier Hays
CHOF Team: Derek Eason, Rachel Matthews, Abbigail Garland, Christy Hulsey
Photography: Harwell Photography
Aprons, Stickers, PIns & Prizes: American Grown Flowers
Flowers + Airplants + Olive Garland: Mayesh
Terrarium Wood Chips: Accent Decor
Succulent Farm: Dramm & Echter
Succulent Painted Macarons: Marche De Macarons
Watercolor Card of Pottery Barn Succulents: C Phelan Design