Enjoy Cocktails While Flower Arranging at Alice’s Table

Alice Rossiter combines flower arranging with imbibing.

Courtesy photo

Courtesy photo

Whether your own and your to-be’s mom still need to meet or you’ve got a gaggle of bridesmaids to celebrate with, deciding on the right girls get-together is always challenging.

Welcome to a new kind of party at Alice’s Table. Consider this a girls’ night out with a twist (and no messy paint to clean up afterward). These floral design and wine parties are a great way to break the ice with your new family members, get your bridesmaids together for a little fun, or even put a DIY twist into your wedding.

When you choose from their list of pre-scheduled events at one of Boston’s top restaurants (we noticed the Living Room and Scholar’s Boston Bistro are both future sites), you’ll enjoy sipping cocktails and learning how to place blossoms just right for a beautiful take-home fresh-cut arrangement.

As a bride, there are two other ways to enjoy time with Alice.

You can plan a private event as a fun bridal shower or a pre-wedding get together, either in one of their restaurant partners’ locations or in your own special site.

Option two is a DIY dream.

“Brides have requested getting their bridesmaids together the day before the wedding to make centerpieces or bouquets,” says founder Alice Rossiter. “We will put together a flower arranging event for the bride, and she can choose what they would like to make during it—personals, table centerpieces, aisle decorations, etc. We bring all the flowers and assist in the creation of each item.”

This is a great way to cut down on flower costs for a wedding, but still not be left scrambling to do it all yourself. They do all the heavy lifting and help you create the most fantastic DIY wedding florals you could ever imagine.

We think it’s time to sit at Alice’s table and let your creativity blossom.

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