Flower arranging

Floristry Workshops @ Suffolk Food Hall

Coming up this Autumn and Winter at the fabulous Suffolk Food Hall

Check these dates to see if you are staying here or in the area and can tap into them.

10am ~ 1pm

Workshops are suitable for all abilities whether you are a beginner or you have previous experience. One-to-one tuition ensures that you will not only increase your creativity and boost your confidence, but Nigel’s experience will also help improve your individual development from any level.

You will be able to take your creations home to share with your friends and family.

All materials included and refreshments will be provided.

Forthcoming Dates

Mon 30th Sept ~ Working with Autumn Flowers

Using seasonal flowers in autumn colours, learn the principles of creating a pedestal arrangement suitable for a harvest celebration. Also create a seasonal gift hand-tied bouquet.

Mon 28th Oct ~ Halloween floral designs

Dare to be different for Halloween and create an exterior door swag design that will interest children and adults alike.
Also, create a table centrepiece with a pumpkin as a container.

Mon 11th Nov ~ Prepare for Christmas

Look at swags and door garland designs for Christmas, using fresh materials. Make a foliage arrangement ready for Christmas.

Mon 25th Nov ~ Floral Designs for Advent

Make an Advent table centre. The Advent decoration will be based on natural materials (wood, bark, foliage and wool), and the four white candles will light up your arrangement. When the time comes this design will bring a natural warmth to your home during this advent period.

Mon 16th Dec ~ Table designs for Christmas

Make a seasonal festive door garland and an all-round table centre arrangement, in fresh natural materials, just in time for Christmas!

Check out the full info on the Suffolk Food Hall website.

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