Floral Design Workshop by Eric Buterbaugh
Learn the secrets to finessing your florals from King of Roses, Eric Buterbaugh at Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills.
By Christina Xenos
If you’ve ever been awe-struck walking into the lobby of the Four Seasons Los Angeles at Beverly Hills, vases brimming with everything from lilies to dahlias designed by Resident Floral Designer Eric Buterbaugh are most likely what stopped you in your path.
Dubbed “The King of Roses” by Harper’s Bazaar, Hollywood’s most sought after celebrity florist now shares his secrets in a series of workshops that are open to the public. In the inaugural class on Oct. 6, Buterbaugh will speak about his fascinating path to floral design (hint: it blossomed out of his background in the fashion industry). He will then demonstrate how to make artistic fall and holiday-inspired arrangements, and work with you to create your own bouquet to take home. You will also enjoy light appetizers from Four Seasons Executive Chef Cyrille Pannier, mimosas and other refreshments.
The quarterly classes continue in January with an Awards Season theme, while May brings a class focused on Mother’s Day flowers.
Oct. 6., 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. $95/pp. 300 South Doheny Drive. Tickets.