June 2019 Expression Newsletter

EMC explores Techniques in Valencia

From 11-12 June 2019, EMC Technique Instructor Dalia Bartolotti EMC conducted the First EMC Technique Course in Europe at Mercaflor, Valencia, Spain.  "It was a very diverse group of designers," Dalia explains. "The skill level was very high and the designers were experienced and very professional.  Many owned their own floral businesses." 

The course took place at an exception facility and was hosted by Paco  Medina Mateos, a talented Spanish Floral Artist from Madrid.  "Thanks to Paco, we are able to source and provide locally grown botanicals for this EMC experience as well as Alexandra Farm Roses," comments Dalia. "The dahlias were incredibly beautiful and stunning!"

Thanks to the Sponsorship of OASIS Spain and a contest held to provide a lucky winner a seat at the 2-day Technique Course, Susanea Beatriz Massone Rodriguez was able to attend. "We had the OASIS Marketing Rep from Spain there interacting with the students and talking with the class," explains Dalia. "We were able to use wonderful products such as a paper called Amazon."

EMC at Fleuramour 2019

Mark Your Calendar and Save the Dates because EMC is coming to Fleuramour: Back to the Future!

On Friday 27 September 2019, experience the EMC pop Up at Flueramour.  Every 3o minutes, enjoy demonstrations from EMC Graduates and EMC Educational Team Members as well as interactive opportunities and much much more! Also, register for EMC Family Day on 28 September 2019 for a day of EMC in the Pitt, Hands on Workshop by Fredric Dupre, a lecture Series by Moniek Vanden Berghe, an after hour cocktail hour along, EMC Family Fun and much much more.  Stay tune for registration opening soon!  See you in Alden Biesen! Please contact Julia for more information: [email protected]


 David Austin Roses Introduces New Variety

The ‘Ella’ rose joins other beautiful varieties within David Austin’s cut rose collection, which have featured in previous royal weddings and become some of the most sought-after bridal roses in the world. Alexandra Farms currently grows 16 of David Austin’s most romantic fresh cut varieties at our farm.

 The epitome of understated style, Ella’s creamy, ivory petals unfurl into a beautiful ruffled bloom with a central cluster of golden stamens. Her pure simplicity and fresh scent with notes of citrus and cucumber make her the perfect choice for a wedding.
“We are delighted to name our new cut rose Ella in honor of Lady Gabriella’s marriage to Thomas Kingston,” said David J C Austin, Managing Director of David Austin Roses. “Lady Gabriella’s bouquet is the first bridal bouquet to feature the new Ella rose, which is a tremendous honor for us all. We hope this will be the first of many weddings where Ella’s beauty will be admired and loved. My father would be extremely proud to see his life’s work bringing great joy to such a special and momentous occasion.”
 Learn more about Ella on the Alexandra Farms’ website at www.alexandrafarms.com/ella or the David Austin website at www.davidaustin.com/us/our-roses/ella-rose. You can source the entire David Austin Wedding & Event Rose collection through your favorite wholesaler by asking for Alexandra Farms David Austin roses.

Questions, Comments or any news you would like to submit for publication in the EMC Newsletter EXPRESSIONS, please contact the EMC Newsletter Editor, Julia Marie Schmitt AIFD, EMC at: [email protected]

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