A wonderful time for all!
Make your reservations now and join Amy and Aubree for a fun evening of Boards & Blooms!
Aubree will demonstrate how to prepare a delicious charcuterie board with meats, cheeses and a special edition of one of Aubree's flavorful butter boards. Amy will show you how to create easy, simple arrangements for your table using grocery store flowers. Afterwards, enjoy the charcuterie board and complimentary beverages. While you enjoy your sips and bites, enjoy private shopping with a 20% discount on merchandise both at Amy Montgomery Home and Aubree P Boutique.
Shop After Hours
Class participants are invited in after shop hours to enjoy hors d'oeuvres and beverages, and to peruse both shops before class begins. The best part about shopping before and after class is the generous 20% discount offered at both shops (some exclusions may apply).
Demonstrations and How-Tos
The class sizes are small and limited to about 15 students which allows for plenty of demonstration and how-to time during class with the instructors. Amy starts the Boards & Blooms classes by offering her years of experience in flower arranging and the value of entertaining in your home. She encourages purchasing flowers at your local grocery store as it can be less expensive than using a florist and much more personal. Classes begin with simple wine glass arrangements and end with a bonus arrangement.
Before the Night Ends
After class, attendees are invited to continue enjoying hors d'oeuvres, dine on Aubree’s freshly prepared charcuterie board, and continue their private shopping experience in both shops. Class attendees also leave with a swag bag filled with goodies.
Amy has 25 years of design experience and owns Amy Montgomery Home located in Columbia, Tennessee. She is a lifestylist focused on home and flowers and delights in working one-on-one with customers.
Aubree was born and raised in Franklin, Tennessee, and has always had a love for fashion. Upon graduation from Belmont University, she opened her own women’s boutique, Aubree P. Boutique, in downtown Franklin and moved the shop to Columbia in 2022.