A few weeks ago I was invited to a flower styling workshop in the VIPP flagship store in Copenhagen to celebrate VIPP’s 75th birthday.
This little film + all the photos were taken by photographer Anders Hviid.
Bloggers from 13 European blogs attended the workshop guided by the talented Danish flower artist Louise Moestrup. We had a blast! Not only did I get to play with flowers all day long – which you will know is right up my alley, if you know me and my blog – I also got to do 3 stylings with the beautiful VIPP products. This wasn’t my first time attending a styling competition at VIPP. You might remember this post, from my last visit to VIPP a month ago. By the way I won the competition last time (yay!) – the prize arrived in the mail last week and I will show you as soon as I get a chance to shoot some photos.
The day started with Louise Moestrup teaching us how to create a flower decoration and a flower ball.
Then VIPP challenged us to do a flower styling competition. We were divided into groups that each had to do 3 stylings. My group was with Anna from La Maison d’Anna G and Laura & Nora from our food stories. I had a blast working with these talented girls!
These are our 3 stylings. You can vote for your favourites on VIPP’s Instagram account.
What do you think guys? Do you have a favourite?
After the styling competition it was time for a fab dinner party. We set the table with beautiful VIPP ceramics and all our flower decorations and flower balls and lit a million tea lights. The day ended with delicious food, a glass of wine (or three!) and wonderful conversations with the team behind VIPP and all the sweet and talented bloggers. I had a blast! Thank you so much for having me, VIPP x
I brought my camera aswell, but I haven’t had time to even look at the photos I took yet. Once I get them organised and edited I will show you some behind the scenes footage – stay tuned friends!Happy Wednesday x
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