They were kind enough to host a mini exhibit for us! So last Thursday (July 18th) Miyako and Susan (Miyako's student) worked all morning to set it up.
This arrangement, a combination of 3 containers, greets guests as they enter the café .
Inside, there are little spaces that allow for smaller arrangements. The window sills are especially bright and cheery!
The space along the hallway that connects the two sitting rooms allows us a taller arrangement. The arrangement on the right is for ladies only. Ladies, make sure you visit the WC! :-)
...and up close.
After all the work, a sumptuous lunch! This is the Greek Isles Plate: hummus, kalamata olives, warm pita, cucumber, tomato, romaine lettuce and feta cheese.
The people who made this possible: (L-R) Cara, owner of The Biscuit Eater, Susan and Miyako.
The mini exhibit will be in place up to at least Sunday (July 21st) or, if the flowers are still holding up, even later the following week.
We will have an ikebana workshop also at The Biscuit Eater on July 31st, Wednesday. You can sign up at the café or by email/phone directly to us.
Photos by the ikebana shop and Susan Robertson. All rights reserved.