Need a speaker for your next event?
Looking for a speaker with ‘edu-tainment’ – education and entertainment, for your upcoming event? Allow your group to be inspired by floral expert, Sharon McGukin (Mc-Goo-kin). Sharon captivates her audiences by demonstrating fast, easy, fresh flower tips and techniques that ‘takes the fear out of flowers’. Flowers and fun go together – your attendees will learn, laugh, and leave with interesting new ‘how-to’ ideas for DIY decorating with flowers.
Great for fundraising events, professional floral audiences, and Museum or Garden Club meetings – these design demonstrations can be customized to the specific interests of your group or event. Sharon’s multi-media presentation can incorporate speaking, designing, prepared handouts, video, or PowerPoint as is needed to meet your goals for the event.
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A wireless microphone, elevated stage, and focused lighting are highly recommended to create the ultimate floral experience for your audience. To prepare for a hands-on demonstration, Sharon will need a day of flower and container design prep, and a modest budget for flowers and supplies. She will provide a suggested procurement list, prior to the event. Some attendees may volunteer, in advance, to provide some of these items from their homes such as floral containers, garden greens, etc. This two-day prep and presentation format generally requires the provision of an overnight stay in a hotel.
A book signing of Sharon’s book ‘Flowers of the heart’ can be offered immediately following your event. See the ‘Buy the Book’ page for details regarding this beautiful book of flower photos offering wedding information and useful floral design tips.
Sharon travels across the US and Canada on a regular basis presenting hands-on demonstrations. She is also available to speak/design before international events. Call today to schedule a floral demonstration for your organization or organize a ‘Flower Talk Tour & Book Signing’ for local floral groups, Garden Club meetings, Botanical Gardens, or Museum programs in your region to share travel expenses.
Enjoy Sharon’s free flower tips
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