Galentine's Day Hand-Tied Bouquet Making Workshop
Round up your favourite girls and join us for a feel-good evening where we're celebrating self-love and those long-lasting bonds with the women closest to us! We believe there's no better way to show yourself some love than by treating yourself to a beautiful bouquet of fresh flowers. A gift from you, to you. Unleash your creativity and learn to design and hand-tie a bouquet yourself, ready to take home with you and pop in your favourite vase after.
During a fun and creative evening, our talented and experienced florist Emily will guide you through the ins and outs of bouquet making - from conditioning your flowers to professionally hand-tying your bunch. We'll work with seasonal blooms to create a natural looking, yet well-balanced bouqut.
What you'll learn
- Emily will introduce you to the types of flowers available this season. She'll discuss how a florist curates a variety of flowers and foliage to build a well-balanced and structured bouquet.
Once your flowers have been chosen, you'll learn how to condition the stems and why this matters.
You'll then start to arrange your bouquet, using the spiral technique. Emily will be on hand to guide you with tips and tricks along the way.
Once you're happy with your bouquet, Emily will teach you how to tie it off and how to professionally wrap and aqua-pack, so that it's ready to travel home. You can then proudly display your very own creation in a vase at home!
When & where
This workshop takes place on Thursday 24th February in our creative studio, just opposite our Exmouth Market shop. The workshop will last 2 hours and we'll work in a group of 12 people. This is a great opportunity to meet new, like-minded people!
If you've booked for the workshop and you can no longer make it, you can cancel your space for a full refund up to 7 days before. You are welcome to gift your spot to a friend, just let us know their name in advance. Please have a look at our booking terms for more information.
The workshop is up 2 flights of stairs, unfortunately step-free access isn't possible.