Hard to believe it's this time of year already! Mark your calendars for our Christmas Wreath Pop Up Sale at Miss Molly's Cafe in Wauwatosa. We'll be popping up on Small Business Saturday (November 24) and on Saturday, December 1. There will be a variety of handmade Wisconsin evergreen wreaths with prices ranging from $25-$85. Accepting cash, check, or venmo. See you there!
At the beginning of July I was able to attend Mint and Lovely's first Trailblazer: Women in Business Summit. A lovely evening, attendees got to network and listen to a Q & A panel discussion with Elizabeth Rees of Chasing Paper and Patti Kelly, director of Public Relations for Kendra Scott.
Did you know you don't have to hire us for alllll the wedding flowers. While we love doing all of them, we also offer À la carte options.
M & R got married on a May day at The Farm at Dover. It was chilly for May (hey, Wisconsin), but that didn't decrease the smiles or joy you could see on everyone's faces. DeGroot Film Co. captured the day so beautifully.
A little look into our wedding day. Six days before gave us six inches of snow. Ah, Milwaukee. Luckily, April 21st was perfect. We had the right mix of sun, snow (a little goes a long way), and the temperature was perfect for a bride with sleeves on her dress.
We love lots of the venues & vendors we get to work with through Cora Flora Studio and wanted to start highlighting them for you!
The Farm at Dover is a special venue. I don't say that to sound cliche. There's just this magic about it that gets me every time I step foot on the property. I'm not sure if it's the property itself, or the owners Tom and Juan who have done such a stunning job bringing their vision for The Farm and the venue to life. I suspect it's a a healthy bit of both.
I was so honored to be asked to provide florals for Elizabeth and Coleen's first workshop together, Establish The Workshop. Spring is still holding out here in Milwaukee. It was a cold gray day for the workshop, so the flowers were bright and brought that bit of spring us Wisconites are craving this time of year.
French tulips, ruscus, spring green carnations, hyacinth, and daffodils were featured in simple, classic glass jars. Plus, a pitcher full of the same blooms for the name card table.
Katrin is a flower loving Midwestern gal. She founded Cora Flora in 2014. When she's not flowering, she enjoys spending time with her husband, MR, eating delicious food, drinking a good glass of red wine, and going on walks with their puppy, Hank.