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4 - 6 Guest(s)
Roll up your sleeves and join cherie marquez of la fleur kitchen with this hands-on kokedama workshop.
Kokedama, japanese for “moss ball,” is the artform of enclosing a plant's root mass in moss. Students will learn the basics of creating these simple and beautiful moss balls to have a long-lasting garden in their homes.
The workshop fee includes a complete kokedama garden set of three.
All materials and care instructions will be provided along with lite refreshments. Get your hands (a little) dirty with us!
Ages 14+ welcome
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Floral + Botanical Designer
Cherie Marquez is the Creative Director of Floral and Botanical Design Studio, Studio LFK and owner of Miroja. Based out of Los Angeles and the Pacific Northwest, La Fleur Kitchen designs for gatherings, the home and brands to add that special touch to conversation, laughter and meaning to create long lasting moments and stories.
Cherie's inspiration for designing and styling things already beautiful originates from her travels, family gatherings, her love of food and stories. She holds a variety of floral and botanical workshops throughout the year and enjoys teaching people not just the fundamentals, but also using design to build confidence and provide encouragement to pursue their creative short and long term aspirations.
Cherie has worked for brands such as Kinfolk, Anthropologie, Splendid, Free People, Crate and Barrel, West Elm, Eva Franco and Le Sportsac. Cherie's first botanical boutique, MIROJA opened in Seattle, WA in 2016 with a focus on botanical and home design goods. Originally from Hawaii, she now splits her time between Los Angeles and the Pacific Northwest.