As our Professional Floristry course came to an end, each student spends 2 days creating a project of their own creation, however large they like and we saw some really wonderful projects – we couldn’t be prouder of our students! Since there were so many we’ve split this post into parts so keep your eyes peeled for the rest tomorrow!
The first project is just so beautiful, a classic British theme representing the world famous weather! Using inspiration from the Liberty’s floral Barbour jacket and Hunter wellies a gorgeous display was created. With two matching bridesmaids bouquets, a buttonhole (displayed in the cutest way possible!), an umbrella of flowers and a falling garland of flowers to represent rain. We can’t get enough!
We love the rustic string covering the buttonhole, a very time consuming task however!
Next is afternoon tea! Another classic British display we were invited to a pastel afternoon tea with a hint of Halloween. With a cute candelabra, teacup, teapot and cake stand with a lovely low bowl, candle wreath and tall vase arrangement. We loved the colours of this and the effort of sourcing such wonderfully British items!
We fell in love with these I love you teaspoons too!
Over to the Opera for a gold and luxurious take on the gold Opera theatres! This urn display looked stunning and the sprayed amaranthus created a lovely effect with the rest of the blooms. Along with the urn we had small vase arrangements, a lovely garland, a buttonhole and a brides bouquet, stunning colours for the winter time!
Down the road to Liberty with today’s last project, we absolutely loved this theme and how full the arrangements looked and with the neatest execution. With a garland, urn display, hand tied bouquet, buttonhole and an oasis ‘L’ for Liberty the table was full to brimming. Again with sprayed gold eucalyptus it made a classic effect which really brightened up the other blooms.
Watch out for tomorrow’s blog post with the rest of the project, we’re seeing a British theme coming along! Book your space on our next Professional Floristry class today.