Botanique Workshop

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.

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