London - Easter Flower Arranging Class
This event is in the past.
Following the success of the Cambridge Society of London's very first flower arranging class in November which showed members how to create a glorious Christmas floral wreath, the Society is delighted to offer another exclusive evening in the traditional heart of the London flower trade, Covent Garden. This time the theme will be a spring display ideal for the Easter table. Perfect timing!
The Covent Garden Academy of Flowers is one of the world's leading flower design schools, renowned for its floristry courses. Members will once again be able to experience an exclusive workshop at the Academy of Flowers where they will make their own unique floral arrangement to take home afterwards. Using a selection of beautiful, seasonal flowers we will make a spring-inspired arrangement in a box container under the expert eye of Cambridge Society member, Kim Ropek (Homerton 1978). Kim will also reveal to us tips on how to condition flowers and how to keep flower arrangements looking their best for longer.
This is for everyone, not just for female participants - the men who have attended this course previously have really enjoyed themselves: making the arrangements is very hands-on.
Whether you are a beginner or already familiar with flower arranging there's something in this class for everyone.
This is a truly exclusive event, just for the Society, we have decided to open it to members plus one guest each, so couples are very welcome.
This event is open to Cambridge Society of London Members, and each attending member may invite one guest. Potential Society Members may learn more and join at www.camsoclon.org.
The £60 ticket price includes all materials and on arrival guests will be given canapés and a glass of fizz.
The price represents a good discount compared to the cost of booking this course as a member of the public.