Yorkshire Flower School DIY Wedding Flowers class for beginners 24th February 10am-4pm

Copyright Suzy Mitchell
Copyright Leafy Couture
Copyright Leafy Couture
Copyright Leafy Couture

We love creating incredible wedding flowers and understand that you might do too. Its the best job in the world of course you want to have a go too! We can show you how at our beginners wedding flowers class. We have loved seeing the results of these in the past whether its the bride herself or family member we love seeing the final blooms as brides have sent pics through.

So on the day itself we will talk you through wedding styles and themes so you can really think about what you want to create for your own weddings.

You will learn what flowers are best in what season, how to condition flowers, how to create your own hand-tied bouquet ( that can easily be adapted to be a table centre) and learn how to create wired buttonholes and corsages.

We will demonstrate how to create simple table designs so you have lots of inspiration for your big day. We will tell you the arrangements that suit beginners the best and what not to do on your day to avoid any disasters and what is the best way to get the look you want.

This course is aimed at those who want to have a go at creating their own flowers and not for florists. We will use gorgeous seasonal blooms that you will package and then take home.  All materials will be provided including a light lunch and refreshments. We shall keep the classes small so you will have plenty of chance to plan your wedding flowers and will have use of our flower book library for extra inspiration. We can also discuss supplying the flowers for you on your day to take any stress away from you.

To book now transfer £75 to Leafy Couture and final payment of £75 is due a month before.

Bank details Leafy Couture, HSBC Account Name : Leafy Couture

Account Number: 61485431

Sort Code: 40-35-33

Places are limited so book now to avoid disappointment, we will issue a receipt upon booking.

Call if you have any questions we would love to hear from you.

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