WORKSHOP : March 23, 2018.
An Introduction To Floristry: Workshops by Maybe May
For those of you who love flowers, join us in a flower filled day to learn some beginners floristry skills and techniques that can be used time and time again. Whether, your considering a move in to the floristry industry or just want to have better knowledge of how to care and arrange your flowers this is a course for you. Grace will guide students through a hand-tie bouquet making technique, each student will make a beautifully arranged seasonal bouquet, along side learning some industry tips in how to care for and get the most out your blooms. We will touch on the techniques, tools and where to source flowers, alongside foraging advice and working with the seasons.
Date: 23rd of March 2018
Location: Space 2, Manchester Craft & Design Centre
All tools, and flowers are provided with this workshop.
Places will be limited so that we can focus on a small group of students.
This workshop is run by a company who are independent to the Craft Centre. Please book your place through Eventbrite via the link here.
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