Flower Farmer Georgie Newbery is on a mission to enable people to create their own event flowers and this online session aims to encourage people to put aside fear of floristry, and make their own wedding flowers.
During this workshop, Georgie will show you how you can create a bridal hand-tie, a posy for a bridesmaid, a buttonhole, and how to wire flowers for a hair do.
There will be a maximum of fifteen people taking part in this online workshop, so plenty of time to ask questions, and the recording of the session, along with notes to match, are sent out to students afterwards. The workshop will last around two hours.
This is a brilliant session if you are keen to release your inner garden florist.
Georgie will use flowers cut that very day from her own garden, material you too can grow or source without too much difficulty.
Come along and be inspired and enabled.
This is a stand alone workshop but links closely with other workshops that will help you if you are creating all your own floral arrangements for your wedding. You might also enjoy some of our other online sessions, for example, The Big Urn Arrangement Demo, The Pedestal Vase Demo and The Prepping Wedding Flowers Workshop.
And if you can make the trip to Somerset, why not consider spending a day at the farm on one or all of our Eco Flower Retreat Days - Day One, Day Two and Day Three.
Click here to see all our wedding and event flower workshops.
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