As I sit here writing this blog it is the 26th August and it is freezing and raining hard outside! This has definitely made me feel excited about the Autumn and do I dare say the 'c' word?! I don't care I love Christmas and I am here busily planning all of our floristry workshops for the next term.
It is going to be a special and exciting term ahead as I welcome ten new students to the school for our first beginners course in floristry. The ladies will either be attending our six week or twelve week evening floristry course, here at our studio in Sussex. I have thought long and hard about the types of arrangements I would of wanted to learn when I first started out and what theory work I would of wanted to be taught. So here is a few pictures of some of the arrangements that the ladies will be making throughout the course:
If you have ever wondered about a career in floristry or would like to take up a new hobby why not join us for our free open evening in March where I give a talk about what is involved in our career courses. For more information click here.
September sees our last Posy and Prosecco class of this year and it has completely sold out, so a big thank you to everyone that is coming. If you would like to keep up to date with up coming workshops why not sign up to our newsletter and receive dates and offers before they go live! Sign up here.
I love Autumn, I love a wreath too. So I am delighted to be offering an autumn wreath class this year. Come and create with wonderful autumnal foliage and decorations. Make your front door stand out, a wreath doesn't need to be just for Christmas! For more information click here.
We have a few places left at our One day Masterclass in October. This is a fantastic way to see if you have got the floristry bug. You will learn to create a hand tied bouquet, plus a small table urn. Lunch for delicious Hampers in Hurstpierpoint is included in the price. For more details click here.
Well the rain is still pouring and I need to dig out my slippers and make a hot chocolate for my kids and it would be rude to not have one with them?!