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Flower workshop for beginners

Where
1/574 Botany Rd
Alexandria NSW 2015
Australia
When

Saturday 3 October from 11am to 1pm Saturday 31 October from 11am to 1pm Saturday 21 November from 11am to 1pm Saturday 21 November from 3pm to 5pm

Cost

General admission: $132

We’ll share the secret to creating gorgeous floral designs.

Master the art of flower arranging that you can adapt to home styling, weddings or a gift. Be creative, get new skills and take your creations home. It is the best way to spend time with like-minded fellow workshoppers in a fun and friendly atmosphere. No experience needed. You will leave blooming with inspirations.

Covid-19 safe procedure:

  • Run in small classes

  • Each group (under the same booking) will be separate 1.5m apart from the other group. 

  • All tools, apron and surfaces are sanitised with 75% Ethanol. 

  • Hand sanitiser must be used and temperature will be taken on the arrival. 

  • Instructor will be wearing mask when she need to come closer and assist you. 

In this workshop you’ll learn:

  • Where and when to get the very best seasonal flowers

  • How to care for and condition flowers to maximize flower longevity

  • How to build a hand-tied bouquet or make a vase arrangement

  • How to integrate blooms in different colours and textures.

What you will get at the end of the workshop:

  • 1 floral arrangement (hand-tied bouquet or vase arrangement)

  • A handout showing flower names and basic information about the class all materials.

What to bring: a smile and a positive attitude!

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