Jambalaya, culture, history and design! Next stop, N’awlins!
The four day Inspire Design Workshop hosted by Lulu Alexander from weddings by
LULU was the next stop on my Seminar Adventure list. I decided to attend this
workshop in hopes of gaining the knowledge I needed to grow my business and
gain more confidence in myself and my skills. It was definitely accomplished.
The workshop helped me to really tap into my creative soul using all the senses.
I loved the hands-on floral tutorials where I created my first bridal bouquet! I also
did my very first style shoot where my imagination met the cutest wedding table
setting you ever did see (if I do say so myself).
Speaking of senses, my sense of taste (my favorite sense) was truly delighted on
the nights we had the most delicious, authentic local cuisine! All the girls mingled
and enjoyed the yummiest food and wine.
I love surrounding myself with positive, like-minded people. Attending workshops like
these really helps me build constructive relationships with others in the same industry
like me. The Presenters were so inspiring when sharing their strengths and
weaknesses, and encouraged us to learn from both.
If you haven’t had a chance, my previous blog post details my amazing summer
experience at the David Tutera Symposium in LA. After attending these two amazing
workshops, I’ve made the promise to myself of attending at least one every year. These
experiences allow me to be inspired and gives me a chance to tap into new levels of my
This is important to me because I want each event that I plan to not just be a party, but
an experience filled with moments that persons truly enjoy and always remember.