We've teamed up with the Boston Flower and Garden Show to offer an exclusive Alice's Table workshop for floral design enthusiasts! Please see information below to purchase your Show admission too (required for entry to this event).
Spring into the Boston Flower Show and learn a new skill! Grab a flower friend or a garden gal or guy and learn the art of flower arranging. We'll bring the aprons and the flowers, you can bring your aptitude for everything green! Take home your own gorgeous arrangement in a vase after checking out the region’s largest Flower Show for ideas, inspiration and bargains on all your spring gardening projects.
Please note: to enter the Boston Flower and Garden Show and attend this event, you must also purchase admission tickets here. Tickets are $20 for adults ($15 after 5 PM), $17 for seniors, $10 for children 6-17. Beer and wine are available at a separate charge.
Purchased tickets but something came up? You can transfer your ticket to another class as long as you contact us at least 48 hours before the event. Please note we do not offer refunds per our refund policy.
What To Expect
The flower arranging can take anywhere from one to two hours, depending on the complexity and format of the arrangement. Alice’s Table provides aprons for you to wear for the duration of the event. Working with flowers can be messy, so make sure to wear something you won’t mind getting a little dirty.
What Should I Bring?
You don’t need to bring anything out of the ordinary with you - we provide the flowers, vases, and tools you will need to create your arrangement.
About the Venue
The Boston Flower & Garden Show is about inspiring, educating and motivating the region’s gardeners. Whether for curb appeal, backyard, kitchen, indoor, rooftop or community gardens, this is where New England’s green lovers go to discover new ideas while having fun with family and friends.
Your Host: Traci Ready
Traci has found her calling in a variety or realms. Along with being an office manager for a Boston based high end construction firm, she is also a licensed real estate salesperson in the state of Massachusetts. Traci's travels have furthermore led her into Human Resources, where she holds a PHR certificate with the Human Resources Institute (HRCI) which demonstrates relevance, competence, experience, credibility and dedication to human resources. Having always considered herself emotionally intelligent, Traci is currently Reiki Level I & II attuned and believes strongly in the healing powers associated with energy. Traci finds comfort in the joys of home, where she is often found crafting, gardening or making memories with her school-aged children, Owen and Madison and Sandy, a Wheaten Terrier.