We are SO excited to welcome guest designer Holly Heider Chapple to Minneapolis for an EXCLUSIVE appearance at our spring wedding design show, Saison D’Amour: Designing for Weddings of the Four Seasons! Some of you may have heard of Holly as she is very well known in the industry. Take advantage of this opportunity to see her for a one-time presentation in Minnesota.
This will be a three-day event! It will feature a series of limited hands-on workshops on Saturday, March 4th, Holly will be presenting at the main program on Sunday, March 5th, and a limited hands-on class with Holly will be held on Monday, March 6th. You don’t want to miss this! Click here to get your tickets before they are gone!
Holly Heider Chapple
Holly Heider Chapple founded her wedding and event floral design business 24
years ago. The business was home based and offered Holly an opportunity to
make a living while raising her family. At the time the studio primarily focused on
weddings and events in the Washington DC area, as well as luxury destination
weddings. Over the years, the Holly Heider Chapple Flowers brand continued to
grow and gain international recognition. This was primarily a result of Holly’s
involvement in social media and the popularity of her then active blog, The Full
Bouquet. In 2011 Holly’s husband Evan joined the company and the studio saw
another serious period of growth. Evan’s involvement allowed Holly the
opportunity to focus on other aspects of the business while Evan started a
lighting and drape division. Evan also began restoring the family cutting gardens
which had been abandoned over the years due to Holly’s intense wedding
Just before Evan joined the company in 2010, Holly founded The Chapel
Designers, which is an international collective of wedding and event floral
designers. The organization educates, supports and mentors creatives while
encouraging the authenticity of each designer. Holly and Evan host the Chapel
Designers workshops internationally, throughout the USA and at their new farm,
Hope Flower Farm. Hope farm is a registered bed and breakfast as well as a
flower school. Holly is a supporter of the American Grown Slow Flower
movement. In addition Holly has taught her signature style of design in Moscow,
Australia, China and London, the industry call is “Hollyish”.
Holly and her husband Evan will celebrate 30 years of marriage this January and
are the proud parents of seven wonderful children ranging in age from 7 to 29.