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Introduction to Floristry - Floral Collections (1 session x 3 weeks)

  • The Factory Kitchen Mundy Street Ilkeston DE7 8DH Derbyshire (map)


Have you ever thought “I would love to work with flowers” or?
“I have always wanted to learn how to be a florist?”

If you are passionate about flowers, would like to work in the Floristry industry, these Modules are the way forward to finding your inner creativity.

A session per week over four weeks you will learn and make the following flower Design-

Collection One

WK 1    Symmetrical design
WK 2   Hand tied   
WK 3   Natural styled design

During each Collection, you will learn:
1.    Buying materials suitable for a range of design styles

2.    Care and conditioning flowers and foliage’s

3.    Understand the Elements and Principles of Design

4.    Creating a selection of different styled designs – Decorative, contemporary and Natural styles.

5.    Creating decorative techniques and how to incorporate accessories into your designs.

6.    Produce a portfolio of your work – this is entirely up to you, I would recommend taking photos and making notes future reference,

You will learn how and why we use the Elements and Principles of Design; to ensure that all the work you create, has been made to a commercially viable standard. Also with this knowledge and with continuous practice, you will eventually be able to design floristry work to fit your customer’s occasions – Birthday, Valentine’s day, Mother’s Day and other gift occasions.

•    You will be expected to buy your tools and sundries to use during the course. These will be available to buy from Me.
•    You will also need to take notes and photos of your designs – camera or smartphone, notebook and pen.

Maximum places 10

Parking available

Purchase Tickets

Price includes all materials, container, accessories and light refreshments.

Please refer to our Terms & Conditions prior to booking.

A natural wild styled design

A natural wild styled design

A symmetrical design

A symmetrical design