My flower workshops based in Cambridgeshire will allow you to explore your own creativity while learning the skills to be able to create your own arrangements in the future. It’s an opportunity to relax and have fun, so you can switch off from the outside world and focus on something for yourself.
Something seasonal? Every year I host festive Christmas wreath making workshops at my studio near Ely, Cambridgeshire. I also co-host workshops in the local Cambridge area. Other workshops include festive table centrepieces, Easter wreaths, flower crowns & hand-tied bouquets - the list goes on!
Or perhaps you’re getting married? Gather your girls (or guys!) for a flower crown workshop as part of your hen weekend! Spend a few hours enjoying some fizz & creating your very own head piece. You’ll walk away with a crown fit for a queen. Don’t fancy travelling? No problem - I can bring the party to you.
Currently I have no public workshops planned but keep an eye out for new or seasonal workshops by signing up to my newsletter here. Dates will be added to this page as they arise.
If you’re looking for a private workshop for your own upcoming event, a one-to-one lesson, or even if you’re just a group of friends getting together, please get in touch & we can put our heads together to arrange your ideal creative day.
Christmas Wreath Making Workshops 2018
Throughout November & December I ran a host of Christmas wreath making workshops. These Christmassy workshops taught their guests to craft a festive wreath. Using fresh foliages & dried decorations - and a lot of glitter - each design was unique!
There were two wreath making workshops that took place at the beautiful Cathedral in Ely, Cambridgeshire. These were co-hosted by Mumma's & More. And I also private workshops local to the studio in Wilburton, near Cambridge.
Step by step I guide each guest through the wreath making process. Together we create a beautiful foam-free foliage wreaths & learn how to decorate them. Then the guests select from a range of dried fruits, flowers & baubles. They can add a bit of Christmas sparkle with some glitter or spray paint. And finally a big festive bow!