Floristry Workshops at Bay Tree Cottage
|Author: Helen Martindale||Published: 6th February 2018 14:20|
There are plenty of opportunities for floral fun at Bay Tree Cottage this year, with a diary of workshops run by local florist and qualified tutor Linda Seabrook that cater for all levels, making them perfect for hobby florists, recreation and fun.
The new Floristry for Beginners full day workshop on Thursday 1 March 2018 is perfect for people who would like to be able to design flowers for their own home, friends or family. They will learn how to condition flowers for a longer vase life and discover all the basic skills and techniques needed to create a range of contemporary and traditional floral arrangements and displays.
Saturday 17 March sees the first Wedding Flowers workshop of the year where attendees will learn how to create a range of bouquets, posies, buttonholes and corsages in a variety of styles, and leave with inspirational ideas for pew ends, chair backs and table decorations.
Working with the flowers of the season including tulips, hyacinths, daffodils and irises, attendees on the Easter and Spring Flowers workshop on Tuesday 27 March will create some beautiful displays, perfect for Easter and Mother's Day.
Flowers for Parties and Events is taking place on Saturday 12 May where participants will discover how to create beautiful arrangements for any occasion, and the first Floristry for Beginners evening workshop is scheduled for Wednesday 23 May from 7-9.30pm.
For further information and to book visit: www.btcworkshops.co.uk