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Floral workshops take place throughout the year and are the perfect way to get hands on with beautiful blooms, learn the tips and techniques to create your own gorgeous arrangements and keep them looking their best.
As well as workshops in our lovely grade II listed shop in Wheathampstead we also run private workshops for groups of 6 or more people. Perfect for hen parties, birthday celebrations and for the workplace.
This year’s workshops can be booked via the Online Shop or if you would like a bespoke workshop, please send me a message via the Contact Form and I will provide the ideas, materials and tuition.
Workshops can either be held in the comfort of your own home (minimum of 6 people), in the workplace or at a local venue. My workshops are relaxed and fun and you will receive step by step guidance and top tips, from conditioning your blooms to getting the most out of them, to maintaining your arrangement when you take it home to enjoy yourself or give as a gorgeous gift.
Why should the children have all the fun at Halloween?
During this 2 hour workshop ay my grade II listed shop in Wheathampstead, we will create a beautiful autumnal floral display inside a pumpkin using the best seasonal blooms and foliages.
I will also share some styling tips on ways you can create your very own autumn themed tablescape at home. No experience is necessary and all materials, tuition and refreshments will be provided whilst you explore your floral creativity.
Join me in our beautiful Wheathampstead shop for 2 hours of fun as we create your very own festive door wreath or table centrepiece to welcome the Christmas season.
Wreaths are supplied already mossed and with pine so that you have plenty of time to add your choice of gorgeous seasonal foliage and festive décor to complete your masterpiece.
All materials, tools and tuition will be provided as well as complimentary refreshments and festive treats. The perfect way to start the festive season, why not bring a friend or relative along too?