Create A Halloween Flower Crown With The Glam Hatter Girls
Saturday 26th October. Arrive at 1.15pm for Creepy Cocktails
Flower Crown Workshop begins at 1.30pm till 3pm followed by Spooky Afternoon Tea
Ticket Price £71
Enjoy a Halloween Craft Workshop and make a gorgeous Day Of The Dead Flower Crown with our Glam Hatter Florist at The Fox Club, Mayfair. During the one and a half hour workshop you will choose from a spooky palette of purples and oranges, combined with dark green foliage.
Sip On Creepy Cocktails And Nibble On A Spooky Afternoon Tea
Once you’ve created your Day Of The Dead Flower Crown stay with us for a scrumptious afternoon tea provided by The Fox Club. Enjoy a Spooky Halloween Afternoon Tea of finger sandwiches, scones and mini deserts. The Afternoon Tea includes two delicious yet Creepy Cocktails to get you in the party mood.
Halloween Afternoon Tea
The Fox Club is set in the heart of Mayfair and is a beautiful members only hideaway. We have the very special honour of hosting our Halloween Craft Workshop in their sumptuous room, decorated in gorgeous hues of gold and blue. The workshop will be followed by high tea in the room shown above. If the weather is cool enough they even have a real log fire!
Halloween Workshop London
Keep your fresh flower crown on to wear to your favourite Halloween Party that evening. The next morning you can hang it on your front door for the Halloween season!
If there is a defining creative hen party workshop for 2019 it has to be the Floral Crown.
This beautiful Floral Crown proves that more is more!
The Glam Hatter Girls have been running Flower Crown Workshops for hen parties and corporate events all over the country. But the Floral Crown Trend extends beyond stylish hen parties and corporate events. Take a look at the catwalks and you will see them littered with Flowers. Dolce & Gabbana heavily featured floral Crowns on their Ready-To-Wear catwalk show. Here are some of the best Floral Crown Trends spotted at the show.
Fabric, Leaves and Flowers – the perfect Floral Crown!
I loved all the headpieces at The Dolce & Gabbana show but I absolutely adored their take on the floral crown. It’s so good to see a show where the headpieces are an integral part of the outfits. As a milliner this gives me great joy. As a creative hen party organiser it lets me know that The Glam Hatters are super on trend with our workshop packages!
Flower Crown with a printed flower scarf – love this combination!
Right now we are hosting a huge amount of Floral Crown Workshops. We are constantly knee deep in beautiful fabric Flowers.
Prepping like a boss for our flower crown creative hen party and corporate workshops makes us super happy! Who wouldn’t be happy swimming in a rainbow sea of beautiful blooms?!
Love these pink blooms – we have exactly this colour and shape flower in our hat boxes – among a load of other options!
I love that every hen party that comes to us to make Floral Crowns leaves the hen party workshop wearing them!
Flower Crownsare such a fun party accessory and a lovely way to let people know you are part of a hen party team. The girls get so many compliments when wearing them on a night out. What a lovely way to spend your hen party. Often the bride-to-be will opt for white flowers to stand out from the rest of the party.
My desk – you can just about make out my mac hiding behind the flowers!
Booking a crafty hen party in London? We offer a gorgeous range of hen party activities. Perfect for a stylish hen party. Make the most lovely accessories to wear to your hen do. Choose from making fresh flower crowns or fabric flower crowns, cool fascinators, fun beaded cocktail rings and many more. These workshops are perfect for a crafty crowd and equally fun if you’ve never picked up a needle in your life!
Working With Hen Party Budgets
With step-by-step instructions from our patient and very fun teachers. You will be amazed at what you can make in an hour and a half with our Glam Hatter Girl’s guidance. We’ve hosted hundreds of workshops in London and have a lovely venue in Exmouth Market (Central London) where you can bring your own bubbles and cupcakes. (Every little helps when you are working with a range of budgets at your hen party.)
Hen Party Venues In London
We can also come to a venue of your choice anywhere in London (and Nationwide.) We’ve hosted parties in bars, restaurants, cafes, tea rooms, cocktail bars and teepees! Anything is possible.
Crafty Hen Party In London
Extra Hen Party Fun
Want some extra fun at your party? We work with cocktail bars in London. We team up with them to offer you a crafty activity with us and then cocktail making with the cutest guys! We can also organise afternoon tea or lunch before your crafty workshop.
Click the button below to let Janie know what kind of activity you would like. Tell her where you would like it and what sort of thing you would like to do. She will help you plan the perfect party – saving you hours of time!
We have been hosting crafty hen party workshops in London for over ten years. We pride ourselves on our level of customer service. All of our teachers are highly skilled in design but also they really, really want you to have a good time! Our workshops are super fun – if you have an idea for a workshop that we don’t yet cover, please let us know. We can tailor a workshop too your needs. Take a look at our hen party workshops below.
Hi There Craft People, here is my DIY Xmas Wreath Making Tutorial. As you know I am a big fan of leopard print, so for this tutorial I am going to be teaching you to make a leopard print DIY Xmas Wreath. If you’re a fan of kitsch this is definitely for you!We will be using tulle, sparkly felt and leopard print.
Everybody wants a DIY Xmas Wreath so I am thinking, leopard print and tulle. Because you don’t want to look like everybody else right?! And you want to have your own little stamp on it. I bought some gorgeous leopard print a few weeks ago for the How To Make A Katy Perry Outfit that I did for my daughter Tilly. I am using the extra bit that was left over. I’m also using a piece of card which I cut into a doughnut for the Hen Party Decoration Tulle Pom Poms Tutorial. I have cut the hole in the middle a bit bigger than I had for the pom pom. I will then use some gardening wire and tulle strips. We will be wrapping the wire circle with floristry tape and then adding the tulle strips to that by tying them on.
The tulle circle will then lay on top of the leopard print circle to make your DIY Xmas Wreath. I’m using green tulle and if you want, you can add in Xmas colours. You could add in red, I’m going for a dusky peach as I like to do it my own way! I will also be adding in some sparkly felt stars because I’ve got those left over from my Star Fascinator Tutorial.
This is a really simple and fun DIY Xmas Wreath Tutorial, here is the step-by-step guide.
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 1
My first step is to cut the doughnut to the right size. Take a look at your door and see how big you want your Xmas Wreath to be. Then draw a circle onto your card – I drew around a bucket to get a nice circle. Then measure about 8 cm in from the outside of your circle and cut the middle out. You will be left with a cardboard doughnut shape.
DIY Xmas Wreath Tutorial Step 1
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 2
Put your leopard print fabric on the table with the leopard print side down. Lay the cardboard on top and draw around it with a sharpie pen leaving a 2cm seam allowance. Cut out the fabric.
DIY Xmas Project Step 2
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 3
Cut out the fabric and lay flat on the table again with the leopard print face down.
Xmas Wreath Tutorial Step 3
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 4
Lay the cardboard doughnut on top of the fabric. Use the glue gun to stick the inner circle of the fabric to the cardboard and pull up onto the card with scissors. (This will stop you burning your fingers on the hot glue). You may find it easier to make little snips with the scissors around the leopard print on the inside circle of the Xmas Wreath. (See video above!)
DIY Xmas Make Step 4
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 5
Use the thick gardening wire to make a circle. Make the size of the wire circle slightly smaller than the outside of the doughnut (as you will be glueing it to the doughnut at a later stage.) Use the tin wire to wrap the 2 ends of the wire over each other.
Xmas Wreath 2017 Step 5
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 6
Using floristry tape wrap around your circle. You don’t need any glue or water as floristry tape will stick to itself as you wrap it around the wire.
DIY Christmas 2017 step 6
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 7
Cut your tulle into strip, make them around 3 cm wide. Then once you have the strips cut out, cut them down to 10 cam lengths – you will need quite a few.
DIY Christmas Wreath step 7
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 8
Layer the small strips 2 at a time and tie to the wire circle. It took me about half an hour to tie them all on and fill up the circle. I tied on all the green first and then went back over tying in dusty peach and then went round again tying in the black tulle. I put on the most strips in green and then about one third peach and one third black (scattered in amongst the green.)
Christmas Ideas step 8
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 9
Using the glue gun stick the tulle circle to the leopard print circle. Please be very careful with your fingers as the glue gets super hot. I find it’s better to do a bit of glue then hold it down and then a bit more glue. (Otherwise the glue cools down and doesn’t stick so well.) Once you have glued it down, cut out stars using your sparkly felt.
Christmas Ideas 2017 Step 9
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 10
Then cut into your star towards the middle so that you will be able to fold edges up. Stick your stars to the leopard print with glue gun.
Chritmas Ideas DIY step 10
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 11
Once you have glued down the stars fold up the points for a more three dimensional effect.
Christmas Ideas Tutorial step 11
DIY Xmas Wreath Step 12
Using a long strip of tulle (about a meter long) hook one end between the wire hoop and the leopard print. Then pull around the wire hoop and tie the ends together in a double bow. This will be hung from your front door.
Christmas Ideas 2017 step 12
I’d love to see your DIY Xmas wreath creations, please do pop over to the Facebook page to add your pictures. To see more stylish How To tutorials subscribe to my You Tube channel. If you love the idea of making but you want some company while you do it, book for yourself and a group of your friends on to one of our workshops. The perfect activity for a hen party or special Birthday!
Wishing You A Very Merry Xmas Filled With Love & Laughter, Glam Hatter Girl xxx
In this post The Glam Hatter Girl researches the unusual metallic wedding cake trend. Here are the most stylish wedding cakes you need to know about!
This Unusual Metallic Wedding Cake Is By Never Pie Cakes
I’m all about metallic right now. Like a magpie it is totally on my radar. From my metallic brogues to my metallic make-up bag I am down with it! As I was scrolling through Pinterest earlier looking at cake (as you do) my eye caught upon a beautiful cube stacked metallic wedding cake. Congrats to Never Pie Cakes, I haven’t seen anything like that before. And that’s something I don’t say often in wedding planning world.
Metallic Wedding Cake Image Courtesy of www.brides.com
When you are planning your wedding for 2018 there are two wedding cake trend predictions you need to consider. The first is the metallic wedding cake and the second is the concrete cake. We’ll save the concrete cake for another post.
Stylish Metallic Wedding Cake By De La Creme
I stumbled across De La Creme Creative Studio on Pinterest, they are certainly not local (based in Missouri) but if it’s inspiration you’re looking for check them out. I absolutely love the details of their work (above). The colours are simple, which means the amazing detailing stands out. The metallic wedding cake above is so stylish it reminds me of all the things that make a hat beautiful. Perfect balance, poise and understated beauty. This really is a graceful metallic wedding cake.
Stylish Wedding Cake By Sweet Treats Bakery
For more intimate weddings try a one tier metallic wedding cake. Add a calligraphy style cake topper, a wash of subtle colour and gold metallic leaf. This cake from Sweet Treats Bakery is styled to perfection and I love it.
Metallic Wedding Cake Combined With Gorgeous Flowers
Flower & Metallic Wedding Cake by Cake Ink
The flower trend prevails – this cake from Cake Ink really took my breath away – possibly because I have just created a hat which looks just like this! (See below). The hat is an example from our new Luxury Fascinator Making Hen Party Workshop.
Make a flower fascinator with The Glam Hatter Girls
The cake below from Cakes Decor is super sweet and of course it appeals to me because it’s wearing it’s very own floral crown! What could be better?! For more beautiful flower crowns that you can wear yourself or dress your cake with check out our Flower Crown Hen Party Workshop.
Metallic & Flower Crown Wedding Cake by Cakes Decor
The subtle metallic highlights on this wedding cake combined with the straight metallic lines and super-pretty flowers make for a work of art. If anyone does “pretty” really well it’s the guys at Cotton & Crumbs. Look at their website if you’re after a very pretty and unusual metallic wedding cake.
Metallic & Floral Wedding Cake by Cotton & Crumb
Next week I will be bringing you the concrete cake. Purely because it gives me an excuse to get on Pinterest and look at cake! I have lots of inspirational boards on Pinterest, from hen party planning to wedding cake, to DIY ideas for your hen party and wedding. Take a look and remember to follow me on Pinterest for all the latest hen party and wedding news.
Head Glam Hatter Girl, Janie who is a trained milliner takes a break from hosting hen parties to show you how to make a Flower Crown.
Flower Crowns Step 1
To make your flower crowns take your 0.4mm wire and wrap around your head to get the right size. Leave a couple of centimetres room as you will be adding flowers to it.
Flower Crowns Step 2
Wrap your 0.4mm wire around again so that you end up with a double wire circle. Then wind each end of the wire around the circle in a twist and trim.
Flower Crowns Step 3
Cut your fake flowers using pliers (borrow them from your Dad!) Leave long stems. You can find flowers for your flower crown at most department stores. These are from Marks & Spencers and John Lewis.
Flower Crowns Step 4
Place the flowers on top of the wire in an arrangement that is balanced and pretty – you are just placing them at this step. This will give you a chance to rearrange them until you find a look that you like.
Flower Crowns Step 5
Add leaves to your arrangement on the wire. This will give the crown a lovely boho look therefore making it great for festival brides. Cute little bridesmaids will also love this look.
Flower Crowns Step 6
Cut another piece of 0.4mm wire. I usually make mine about an arm length. That way it stops it getting too long to handle. Thus ensuring no wire wiggling all over the place!
Flower Crowns Step 7
Wrap the wire around the flower stems to attach to wire crown. You must make sure any sharp bits are trimmed and covered with wire. This is especially important if you’re making the crown for little bridesmaids.
Flower Crowns Step 8
When attaching the leaves push the wire through the centre of the leaves and then add on to the crown. You may need to cut more wire to get all the way around the crown. Make sure you trim the wire very short at the end of each piece.
Flower Crowns Step 9
Don’t be afraid to go around the crown twice if you want to add more flowers or leaves or if any part of the crown looks a bit bare. Just keep adding until the crown is balanced all the way around. The wire shouldn’t show if you have enough flowers and leaves on them. At the same time don’t over stuff the crown or it will loose the delicate feel it should have.
Flower Crowns Step 10
Wear your flowers in your hair! Fabulous for stylish hen parties, little bridesmaids, boho brides or teamed with good old Hunters and worn to a festival.
Check out my pinterest board for more flower crown ideas and how to projects. If you love the idea of creating gorgeous head pieces for your hen party but would prefer support and real life instructors to help check out our hen workshop packages here.
Our Glam Hatter Florists will teach you step-by-step to make a gorgeous Floral Crown. Using fresh, seasonal Flowers in a rainbow of colours. Just the thing to wear to the hen party that evening.
Floral Crown Workshop
Our Glam Hatter Florists are super fun as well as highly qualified. A Floral Crown Workshop with Glam Hatters is the perfect hen party activity. Book a workshop with us and you will learn to make a gorgeous flower crown to take away with you. The workshop is 1.5 hours long, just the right amount of time to learn a lovely new skill while catching up with your bride tribe and having lots of giggles!
Fresh Flower Crowns
Minimum Group Size
The minimum group size for the fresh floral crown workshop is 10 hens.We have no maximum number of hens as we have lots of lovely florists and large venues! For smaller groups please email for a quote and we’ll be delighted to help. We have no maximum number of hens as we have lots of lovely teachers and large venues!
Fresh Floral Crown Workshop At Glam Hatters
We Are Available Nationwide
We have Glam Hatter Florists nation wide bringing the Glam Hatters’ hen parties to a location of your choice. We can help you find a venue and help to organise your afternoon tea! Please email with details of group numbers and locations you would like or an address of a venue you already have booked and we will give you all the details.
Fresh Flower Crown Workshop
We have a London Venue Too!
We have a gorgeous venue in London and we do not charge for venue hire. You are very welcome to bring your own champagneto our venue in Exmouth Market, London and we will provide the bubbly flutes and fridges to keep it cool! We’ve found bubbly to be the perfect tipple during a floral crown workshop!
We also work with London venues in lots of areas and can help you book a venue. Janie will chat with the venue for afternoon tea/lunch menus and take the leg work out of organising a hen party!
Prices vary according to the size and location of the floral crown workshop.Please contact Janie on the form below with details of your hen party and she will be delighted to give you a quote and help you sort out your hen party with lots of information and tips.
We would love to host your party and will make sure you have a lovely time with us! If you would like to see photos of past parties we have thrown check out our Facebook page.
The Glam Hatter Girls will teach you step-by-step to make a gorgeous Fabric Flower Crown or Flower Headband. If you’d rather not wear something on your head choose a wrist corsage with matching button hole! Choose from a huge range of Fabric Flowers and leaves in a rainbow of colours. Just the thing to wear to the hen party or save it for a festival or boho wedding
Come To Us Or We Can Come To You
We have gorgeous venues in London and we do not charge for venue hire. You are very welcome to bring your own champagneto our venue in Exmouth Market, London and we will provide the bubbly flutes and fridges to keep it cool!
We also travel nation wide bringing the Glam Hatters’ hen parties to a location of your choice. We do not charge for travel. Please email with details of group numbers and locations you would like or an address of a venue you already have booked and we will give you all the details.
Prices vary according to the size and location of the workshop. Please contact Janie on the form below with details of your hen party and she will be delighted to give you a quote and help you sort out your hen party with lots of information and tips.
We would love to host your party and will make sure you have a lovely time with us! If you would like to see photos of past parties we have thrown check out our Facebook page.
If you have any budget requirements, please DO ASK. We will always, always do our best to help you.
Minimum Group Size
The minimum group size for the flower crown workshop is 10 hens (may be higher for parties outside London.) For smaller groups please email for a quote and we’ll be delighted to help. We have no maximum number of hens as we have lots of lovely teachers and large venues!