School of Styling Philippines is a passion project of Em Sulit of Game Changer and Indy Ycasiano of She Dreams in Ink.
My friends know I love buying plates (it's an addiction! But I've stopped for a few months now. Haha!) and I love my little collection but the truth is I don't know how to style them if I were to have guests over at home. But now I have a few tips and tricks up in my sleeve! All thanks to Indy and School of Styling! Yay! All of School of Styling's workshop also includes Basic Photography and Business Portfolio Making.
This is Geunice Burgos of Lightkeeper Studios. She taught us the basics of photography, some tips and tricks and what apps to use for post-processing.
I am inspired by Indy's passion and dream that turned into a reality and sharing her creativity to everyone! I learned a lot that day! I didn't know there are different kinds of table setting!
I know a lot of people who wants to start a small styling business but don't know where or how to start, these workshops by School of Styling would surely help, inspire and jumpstart your business! After listening to Indy's lecture, it was our turn get our feet wet! I was groupmates with Amber, Cy, Korina and another lady (sorry I didn't get your name). Our task was to design our own tablescape and table setting with all the materials and things that were available!
Plates, chargers, cups, glasses, candleholders and more from L'indochine! Ahh this sight made me so giddy!
Mason jars, tea pots, table napkin, table mats for us to play with!
More placemats, napkin holders, books and crates! The possibilities are endless! We were running and panicking which ones to use!
Left: This was me shopping for our tablescape! We all love the table mat with the hibiscus design so that's what we used and turned into our table runner.
Right: I don't remember what I was smiling about but I knew I was happy haha!
*Both photos are from School of Styling Philippines.
My group mates busy setting up our table. We also had fresh flowers to go with our centerpiece!
After 20 minutes of arranging, fixing, changing and editing, we came up with this! It's a Alice-In-Wonderland inspired tea time tablescape and table setting.
I loved how everything came together! And I loved that book detail and our table setting!
Here's Amber explaining how we come about our tablescape and table setting.
Thank you again School of Styling Philippines for that fun afternoon...
and for the super packed loot bag!
And while mommy was busy, my kids were busy too! I have to thank Little Luli's Crown Making Booth, her kids, the play area and the food because that kept them busy!
Thank you School of Styling for capturing this photo! Kinilig ako hehe!
If you are looking into venturing in a small business or if you just want to dabble in something new this year, why not attend a School of Styling workshop/s? There will be another one next weekend! Plus I'm also posting their workshop schedule for the whole year for your reference! Make sure to check out School of Styling Philippines Facebook Page and @schoolofstylingph on Instagram!
What: Bouquet, Corsage & Boutonnière Making Workshop
When: March 5, 2016, Saturday
Where: Glorietta 5 Atrium
Workshop Fee: P3,500
Inclusions: All materials for the workshop, Certificate of Attendance, School of Styling tote bag, Professionally Taken Photos, Light Snacks
You can win a slot to this workshop! Check out Glorietta's IG account :)
I want to attend each and every one of them! Don't you?! Exciting times ahead for School of Styling!