Sun, 08 Oct|
Everlasting Bouquet Design
Celebrate everlasting blooms at our dried flower bouquet making masterclass.
Time & Location
08 Oct 2023, 13:00 – 15:00
Sand Hutton, White Syke Farm, Sand Hutton, York YO41 1LN, UK
About the event
Join Rachel from House of Dandelions for an afternoon immersed in flowers, as she shows you how to arrange a gorgeous, everlasting bouquet for your home.
Beginning in the afternoon learning about the flowers and foliage we’re going to be working with.
We'll talk about where they were grown and why Rachel has chosen them, how to dry your own flowers too. After a demonstration, you will each get to make
your own natural and wild everlasting bouquet using a stunning selection of dried flowers, foliage, seed heads and grasses.
Throughout the workshop Rachel will be giving you lots of tips and advice on choosing and caring for dried flowers, and how to keep them looking fresh and colourful for as long as possible.
You will go home with all your flowers and a lovely apothecary-style vase. All other materials and tools you need to create your design will be provided for you.
Hosted in the Pigggery Barn, where there will be hot and cold drinks plus homemade cake for all our guests. There is plenty of parking available at the venue.
Rachel trained and worked for six years as a wedding and events florist and floral stylist in London, before moving back to my hometown of York eight months
ago. Creating wedding flowers at iconic London venues including Kew Gardens, the Barbican and the Peckham Asylum Chapel. I've collaborated with British brands such as Pluck Kitchens, Radley London and Hush, and my work has been featured in magazines and wedding blogs including 91 Magazine, House Beautiful, Confetti and Rock My Wedding.
The masterclass is taking place on Sunday 3rd September from 1pm and will last approximately two hours. It is suitable for beginners.
The refreshments at White Syke Fields workshops are provided by Apple Charlotte - wedding cake baker extraordinaire. If you have any dietary requirements or any other questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org