Floral Wedding Arch Course


We love getting creative and teaching everyone how to make beautiful floral displays, We recommend this course for people who have knowledge or slight experience in floristry. Although a love for flowers and an eye for design go a long way.

On this Floral Arch design course, we will be creating a beautiful design that will be eco friendly and foam free. Working in a small group you will be able to create a wow statement piece for any wedding or event.

All flowers and equipment will be provided. Unfortunately the design will not be able to be taken home as a complete piece as it will be group work, but you will get a selection of all the florals to take home with you.

Along with flowers you will also receive a work book with all the techniques and guide on how to recreate this for your own event. A separate spreadsheet will be given with flower stem count costings and labour.

Floral Arch designs are a big hit for weddings especially ceremonies and reuse as photo backdrops.

We try to use a selection of British flowers and home grown stems. This course will be for an early spring wedding design with flowers and colours to suit

Refreshments of tea, coffee and cake will be included in the cost of this course (Please bring your own lunch if required)

You will be able to take many photos to use in your portfolio and have access to our Facebook community to help grow in confidence and knowledge and ask any questions for continued support.

This course is limited to 10 people per workshop. We will add extra dates throughout the year.

This course will be held at our beautiful studio in Warwickshire. Weather permitting this will either be held inside the studio or outside if its nice weather.

We are also running a floral hanging installation course the day before, why not come and any a mini break? We can recommend nearby accommodation. Have fun learning lots of lovely techniques against beautiful backdrop.

Full details will be emailed to you within 24 hours of booking.


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Wednesday 8th February, 10am – 4pm, Wednesday 8th March, 10am -4pm