The Seasonal Handtied Bouquet, Various Dates
The Hand-tied bouquet is a fundamental skill in Floristry and for anyone starting out or looking to perfect their technique this workshop should be their first port of call.
For us here at Narcissus, each season brings something new and inspiring. Autumn is all about textural inspirations and warm, rich hues. Winter brings with it glamorous, romantic winter roses, dainty anemones, voluptuous ilex berries and lush, scented winter foliages. Spring returns with colourful, quirky stems of wonderful tulips, gorgeous ranunculi and scented narcissi. Summer is full on flowery wonder, the blooms are big, blousy and abundant - and the sun is shining!
The Narcissus Team are here to demonstrate what nature can offer you at the changing times of the year. We will teach you how to use different colours and textures to make striking designs that are professionally presented. We will give you the basic care principles and will show you how to present your designs with our signature wrapping - Narcissus Style.
*THIS CLASS IS ALSO RUNNING VIA ZOOM - CLICK FOR DATES*
The class runs on various dates with afternoon and evening sessions available, outlined below, at our Flower School (15 East Norton Place). All materials and flowers are included as is a glass or two of bubbly.
POSTPONED 17.09.2020 3pm - 5:30pm OR 6.30pm - 9pm
POSTPONED 19.09.2020 12pm - 2:30pm OR 3:30pm - 6pm
POSTPONED 07.11.2020 12pm - 2.30pm OR 3:30pm - 6pm
POSTPONED 14.01.2021 3pm - 5:30pm OR 6.30pm - 9pm
16.01.2021 12pm - 2:30pm OR 3:30pm - 6pm
If you would like to buy this class as a gift, you may purchase a Narcissus Flower School Gift Voucher.
These classes will be conducted in a socially distanced manner to adhere to the restrictions necessary due to COVID. Read up about the measures we have in place for your safety and the safety of our staff.
Please note, we require a minimum subscription for these classes to go ahead, so tell a friend and come along together! Confirmation that the class will go ahead will be sent 1 week before the class date.