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The Power of Connection: Sweet Root Village Joins Circle Weddings

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Watercolor drawing of Amy McGee and Natalie Gill, co-hosts of the Botanical Brouhaha Podcast

In our first episode of Season 7 (Ep. 108), we’re chatting with Rachel Bridgwood, co-owner of a wedding and event floral studio we bet you’ve heard of called Sweet Root Village. Rachel shares some of the experiences and challenges she’s had while running a floral business, from managing employees to navigating expansion opportunities. We also discuss the importance of profitability and authenticity in the industry.

Annnnd, we’re excited to announce our upcoming CIRCLE Weddings session, a safe space for learning and growth where we’ll sit down with other wedding florists and our facilitators, Rachel Bridgwood & Lauren Anderson from Sweet Root Village, to discuss our flower business experiences and learn from each other. The CIRCLE is not a traditional mastermind or class, but rather a small group of ten people who will meet virtually for two hours every Monday in October and November of 2023.

Being part of CIRCLE has provided us with a supportive community where we can share our experiences and seek advice from like-minded individuals. We appreciate the confidentiality within the group, allowing for vulnerability and open discussions about the realities of running a flower business.

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Sweet Root Village Joins Circle Weddings 2023Collage of bridal bouquets designed by Sweet Root Village in lime green, orange, and white

LEARN MORE ABOUT CIRCLE WEDDINGS 2023:

CLICK HERE

 

Sweet Root Village team installing a hanging floral arrangement in the top of a reception tent

Thank you for tuning in to the BB Podcast, and we hope to see you in Circle Weddings 2023 with Sweet Root Village this fall. Here’s to many more seasons of the Botanical Brouhaha podcast and the exciting journey ahead!

TODAY’S EPISODE IS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:

MADRID FLOWER SCHOOL

 

Want to study floral design in Europe? Madrid Flower School offers contemporary and traditional styles and techniques with 10 instructors. Check out the professional program which also includes photography, styling, and business essentials. Offered in both Spanish and English.

Botanical Brouhaha Podcast Show Notes

Co-Hosts: Amy McGee (BB + Bloom Trust Co.) & Natalie Gill (Native Poppy)

BB Podcast Sound Engineer: Joel McGee

Music Written & Performed by: Landon McGee


If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy our full interview with Lauren & Rachel of Sweet Root Village. Click here to listen.

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