Wedding Flower Boot Camp

This lush and elegant wedding bouquet mixes blush king protea, coral garden roses, marsala orchids, and three kinds of eucalyptus: seeded, gunni, and silver dollar.

Students will learn how to make on-trend wedding flowers, bridal bouquets and bride's maid bouquets. Yes, garden roses will be used and the bespoke garden style will be demonstrated. And, you will make your own bouquet. Don't worry, workshop size is limited to twelve students and you will have plenty of instructor assistance.

This stylish wedding bouquet in pink hues mixes garden roses, freesia, pieris, Israeli ruscus, and lily grass, then adds accented beads for a bit of sparkle.

But we don't stop there. We will also review and demonstrate the latest trends in wedding flowers to wear. Corsages, boutonnieres, halos, and flower jewelry. Sign up for this Workshop Now.

Wedding boutonnieres and corsages come in a wide variety of styles made with beautiful flowers and foliage or even a single garden rose bloom.

And, these are not designs from your Grandmother's wedding. All of the designs and styles are up-to-date, on-trend and in demand by today's brides.

A stylish floral ring mixes orange rose hips, yellow craspedia, hot pink gomphrena, sedum, and seeded eucalyptus.

In addition to learning many new design techniques and styles, you will create and take home a bridal bouquet, a corsage for the Mother-of-the-Bride, a Groom's boutonniere, a Flower Girl halo and an elegant reception centerpiece. Graduates rave about all that they learned in this workshop. They also say that the workshop was a ton of fun, and a lot more work than they ever imagined.

This lavish wedding centerpiece mixes cranberry orchids, peach garden roses, burgundy dahlias, astrantia, astilbe, and rolled ti leaves in a gold compote.

There are only twelve seats available in this workshop. Sign up Today and get ready to "Do Something You Love."

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