Kinfolk & West Elm

One of my favorite things about my job is having the opportunity to partner with people whom I admire.  When Amanda Jane Jones reached out to me in regards to teaching a class at West Elm for Kinfolk, I was elated.  To my surprise & excitement, she had also contacted a dear friend of mine, Sara Gasbarra of Verdura.  Sara taught the delicious task of making seasoned salt, and I showed guests how to make a little herb wreath with garden clippings or fresh herbs from the farmer's market.  The adorable Alex Steele documented the evening for us all.  Oh, and we can't forget that the most delicious treats were made with love from Floriole Bakery & Cafe.  The absolute best part of this little class was meeting the most delightful part about this evening?  The guests!  I can't talk about the attendees enough! Our attendees are what made the night so special and fun.  I loved meeting everyone and listening to their stories, their backgrounds, and I am thrilled to have kept in touch with so many of them!  Did you miss the class?  Well no worries, because we have another planned for February 27th, with plenty of details to come.  Enjoy these photos, and can't wait to see you next time!

West Elm & Kinfolk class with Verdura, Fleur, & Amanda Jane Jones.  Photo by Alex Steele Photography, tasty treats from Floriole Cafe

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West Elm & Kinfolk class with Verdura, Fleur, & Amanda Jane Jones.  Photo by Alex Steele Photography, tasty treats from Floriole Cafe~~~

West Elm & Kinfolk class with Verdura, Fleur, & Amanda Jane Jones.  Photo by Alex Steele Photography, tasty treats from Floriole Cafe~~~

West Elm & Kinfolk class with Verdura, Fleur, & Amanda Jane Jones.  Photo by Alex Steele Photography, tasty treats from Floriole Cafe

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West Elm & Kinfolk class with Verdura, Fleur, & Amanda Jane Jones.  Photo by Alex Steele Photography, tasty treats from Floriole Cafe~~~

West Elm & Kinfolk class with Verdura, Fleur, & Amanda Jane Jones.  Photo by Alex Steele Photography, tasty treats from Floriole Cafe