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Get creative with flowers this Autumn/Winter at Bay Tree Cottage

Fresh flowers can brighten even the darkest of days during the Autumn and Winter and are a real treat to have in the home or to see at any building or event. We are running several interactive floristry workshops over the coming months for those who would like to know more about how to make a beautiful floral display. So, whether your style is bold and beautiful or understated elegance, come along and discover the secrets of success!

First up on Wednesday 20 September is ‘Pedestals and Church Flowers’ a half-day workshop where the secrets of creating statement flowers on a budget will be revealed. This is followed by ‘Wedding Flowers’ on Saturday 30 September, a full day where you can learn how to create bouquets, posies, buttonholes and corsages in a variety of styles, plus inspirational ideas for pew ends, chair backs and table decorations.

Two evening ‘Flower Arranging for Beginners’ workshops are taking place in October (Tues 3) and December (Wed 6), which are perfect if you love flowers, but just don’t know where to start. Tutor Linda Seabrook will take the fear out of flower arranging and show you how to create some fabulous floral arrangements.

For the green-fingered, ‘A Cutting Garden’ is taking place on Thursday 19 October from 9.30am-12pm where you can learn how to design and create your own cutting garden so you can grow a glorious selection of flowers for your home.

‘Dinner Party Flowers’ are under the spotlight on Wednesday 1 November from 9.30am-12.30pm where different and simple ways of arranging flowers for a dinner party table will be revealed, including a stunning centre piece, floral napkin rings, a tea light place setting and a beautiful floral candelabra.

Our floristry workshops conclude on Friday 15 December with ‘Christmas Flowers,’ a half-day workshop where you can learn how to make beautiful festive arrangements for the home using a selection of foliage and flowers and a collection of ribbons and adornments

For more information or to book visit www.btcworkshops.co.uk

 

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