I have a lot of people ask me about workshops and parties so I wanted to answer some FAQ’s!

Q: How much does a workshop cost?

A: Pricing is based on the type of class or arrangement made. You can expect to pay between $25-75 per person + the class fee which is $100 for 2 hours with 1 instructor. (Class fee is based on a 10 person class)

Q: Where are workshops held?

A: Anywhere! I am more than willing to travel to your home, office, church, clubhouse, anything! As long as there is a water source and table space, we can make it work.

Q: Do I have to pay for everyone?

A: Class payments are made in a lump sum, but I encourage you to either request from each participant or put out a “flower fund” box to help cover your costs!

Q: Can I choose the flowers?

A: Yes! Let me know what kind of flowers and colors you want and I will do my best to work those into your budget.

Q: How many people can you accommodate?

A: As long as the space is big enough, head count doesn’t matter! For classes larger than 10 people, there will be additional class fees. If you group gets to be larger than 30 people, I would encourage you to split it up into two sessions for the sake of everyone being able to see and hear.

Q: What’s included in the pricing?

A: For the per person cost everyone will receive the flowers and materials needed to complete the project as well as use of any tools needed. The class fee includes the processing of flowers, set up of the class, teaching, and tear down. You are responsible for any refreshments or extras that you’d like.

Q: What’s the minimum headcount for a class?

A: 5 participants.

Please shoot me an email at olivia.m.sweet@gmail.com if you would like to book a class or party!

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Looking back at 2018, here are a few of the favorites!

Photographer:  Anna’s Photography Tx

Kira and Robby’s tropical wedding was the best way to start off wedding season! This wedding will always have a special place in my heart. Kira put so much faith in me to carry out her and Robby’s vision and it was one of the most impactful moments of the year for me.

Photographer:  Phillip Goldsberry

Photographer: Phillip Goldsberry

This full succulent bouquet was something that was a bit daunting at first. I made faux stems for all the succulent heads and the bouquet ended up weighing about 10 pounds! It was a labor of love, but it was totally worth it for the end result.

Photographer:  Annie Kneipp  Model:  Keely Lovell

Photographer: Annie Kneipp Model: Keely Lovell

This shoot was so fun because we planned it roughly an hour before going to location. It was a really fun creative surge on everyone’s part to take advantage of the Texas rainy day.

Photographer:  Phillip Goldsberry

Photographer: Phillip Goldsberry

Arches in August…this arch showed me just how tough some flowers can be! They really took one for the team and lasted through the whole 95 degree day. I was nervous about wilting, but it turned into the most romantic backdrop with vines and open roses.

Photographer:  Valerie Thompson  Model: J illian Lyle  Dress:  Lovely bride  x  Lovers Society  Styling:  Laren Adams

Photographer: Valerie Thompson Model: Jillian Lyle Dress: Lovely bride x Lovers Society Styling: Laren Adams

The. Marfa. Shoot. This is one of my very top, if not the top, projects from 2018. It was challenging, inspiring, and so rewarding. I made lasting relationships that will go on long after we stop posting the pictures.


This grainy picture means so much to me! The first workshop I had ever hosted solo! It was a stretch for my introverted self, but it was so fun and fulfilling.

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This centerpiece was a big one for me! I am thankful for this group of Dallas business women that took time out of their busy schedules to spend it with me & the flowers.

Thank you!!

Thank you to everyone who trusted me to be a part of your event this year. Words can’t even begin to express how grateful I am to have the love and support that I do. Being able to do what I love as a job is something I never thought was going to be able to happen. 2019 is only going to get better! I am working hard to roll out some fun workshops, create more beautiful shoots to show you, and make new relationships.

I appreciate you.

Xx Olivia


We took to the West to create an Aussie boho inspired shoot at the cutest little chapel on the side of the road. Everything was borrowed, thrifted, or pulled from our own stashes.


Hosts / Planners: Valerie Thompson, Olivia Sweet, & Lauren Adams
Photographer: Valerie Thompson Photography
Florist: Sweetwater Botanicals
Dress: Lovely Bride x Lovers Society, Lovely Bride Dallas
Cross Earrings: Rachael Bartolacci Designs 
All other Jewelry: The Fox and Stone
Stylist: Lauren Adams
Models: Jillian Lyle & Austin Lyle
HMUA: Jillian Lyle  
Invitations: Goods and Feels

Hat: Lack of Color

Ribbon: Tono & Co.