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Sharrai Morgan AIFD is the proud owner of the 35-year established business of Holly’s Fine Flowers located in Port Townsend, WA. She is the current president of the Northwest Chapter of the American Institute of Floral Designers (AIFD) and past president of the Educational Unit of WA State Teleflora members. Sharrai has worked in the floral industry for 18 years and has owned her flower shop for the past 10 years. She has a degree in retail floral marketing management and design. Sharrai enjoys teaching and demonstrating floral design inspiration and AIFD elements and principles of floral design as well as continuing her own personal education by attending floral design classes and seminars regularly. Sharrai has exhibited, taught, and designed floral pieces both locally and nationally taking part in such events as the Pasadena Rose Parade Fiesta Float Flower design team, the Tacoma Art Museum Art In Bloom Exhibition, the Portland Chinese Lan Su Gardens 9th Moon festival showcase, the main stage for AIFD National Symposium, the SAF Sylvia Cup Design competition and convention, DWF Wholesale, AIFD Weddings that Wow, the Seattle Wedding show, and the Northwest Flower and Garden Show. Her work has been featured in industry publications such as Florists Review online, Design In Line Digital Magazine, and Seattle Met, Bride and Groom, and West Sound Home and Garden. She has been selected as the #1 best florist of the Olympic peninsula for 8 times. When Sharrai is away from her beloved flowers she delights in surrounding herself with family, friends, art, and the great outdoors. Being a Pacific Northwest native she enjoys our corner of the world very much and is so thankful for all the beauty and bounty our area has to offer in sheer joy and inspiration.
Discover how you can create gorgeous arrangements using different types of foliage manipulations to give your floral designs pizzazz. Sharrai will talk about sources for foliage, including your own garden, road sides, local florists or wholesaler and grocery stores. Learn how to treat and prepare the fresh materials for longevity, along with new design techniques in bending, folding, manipulating and weaving to create stunning compositions to enjoy at home in partnership with fresh flowers.
Wednesday, Feb 7 at 1:30 pm / DIY Stage