Create a stunning natural stemmed bouquet with a collection of wedding white Botanicals. Matching Groom Buttonhole, Mother of the bride corsage and a breathtaking floral garland make the perfect addition to the bridal table. Master the skills of spiraling flower stems, wiring and taping blooms as well as working with floral foam creating a wedding showcase of designs.
Join tutor Jemima Richards to learn the art of floristry for weddings, events and every special occassion in between! This course will offer students a unique insight into the intricate skills and creative eye needed when designing arrangements for special occassions. Students will experiment in making their own unique creations of stemmed bouquets, buttonhole arrangements, corsages and floral garlands.
Please note that this class is delivered at Ola Cohn Centre 41-43 Gipps St East Melbourne.
Jemina’s experience in corporate and wedding floristry earned her the community vote of Best Wedding Flowers in the Mornington Peninsula, and since then she has worked major events such as Melbourne Flower and Garden Show, The Grand Prix and Spring Racing Carnival. Her wedding flowers has been featured in Channel 9’s Who’s the Bride and Melbourne Bride Magazine. Jemina taught floristry at the Whitelaw School of Flowers and currently teaches at Box Hill Institute and the CAE.
Please bring along a towel, pen, notepad and flower snips. All other vessels and flower materials are provided.
During the course you will have floral arrangements to transport home, please condsider this when organising transport.
This class is delivered at Ola Cohn Centre 41-43 Gipps St East Melbourne. You may wish to bring your own lunch and drinks as there are not many shops nearby.
The course is for anyone wanting to to know how to prepare flowers for an upcoming wedding or event. The course will also provide practical experience and inspiration for students considering longer-term studies in floristry. It is not designed as an entry into employment in the industry as more extensive training and investigation would need to be undertaken.