Oxford Flower Crown Workshop if there's one city where you can really channel your inner artist, this is the one. With such stunning architecture, like the Radcliffe Camera, Bodleian Library and Oxford Castle, how could you not? Get your favourite ladies together and wave goodbye to the single life with a session at the amazing Flower Crown Workshop. If you've been searching for an activity that would bond your bride tribe, relieve some stress and get your party started right, you've come to the right place.
Crafting is a brilliant way to relieve stress. After a few minutes of sorting through an assortment of silk flowers and foliage, learning crafting techniques and trying to decide how to top the whole thing off, the bride will forget all about those months of wedding planning nightmares. No more seating plans, future mother in laws and invites to send out! The session doesn't require any previous experience, and everyone can take part regardless of age or ability level. What are you waiting for? Get your names down!
Give our hen party planners a call if you'd like to include this on your Oxford hen do. We can have all the arrangements sorted before your arrival into the city, so that you can concentrate on other things! When the day arrives, you'll gather the ladies and head over to a private venue where an instructor will be waiting to welcome you. Go through some instruction, then jump into creating a fabulous flower crown that everyone will be envious of.
You'll have a box of silk flowers and foliage to choose from, these can be suited to the season, your hen party's theme or even the bridal colours. For finishing touches, you'll have a range of embellishments, ribbons and decorations. Make it your own, then wear it out on the town for a floral feel to your hen night!
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