Spring Table Arrangement Workshop
26 May @ 11:30 am - 4:00 pm BST£125.00
The Workshop in detail
Enjoy some mindfulness, taking time to create a table arrangement using the last of the Spring flowers.
Create a wild and wispy design in pretty pinks, dusky mauves, and delicate pastel tones to take away and enjoy at home.
We welcome all levels of expertise from beginner to the accomplished.
About the tutor
Anna Flora is run by Anna Hughes based in Nantwich. Anna says ‘I truly love to work with colours and textures, muted palettes and interesting forms; nothing too garish, but just simply unexpected beauty and intricate detail. Just before my twenties I converted an outbuilding on our family farm in Nantwich into my workshop. A year into my floristry training, I was awarded Worldskills UK Advanced Florist of the Year ,and went on to build my business from a loan from The Princes Trust entrepreneur scheme.
I have a wealth of experience having also competed in team events at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show & Chelsea Flower Show. I run flower workshops across Cheshire and create floral displays in my own distinctive style for weddings and events.’
Timetable of the day
11:30am A warm welcome to @:Toolerstone with refreshments
12 noon Introduction by Anna Flora to floristry & techniques used
12.15 Enjoy our Soring Table Decoration making workshop
14.15 Floristry questions/tips & photographs of your masterpiece!
14.30 Enjoy our seasonal afternoon tea, prepared by Toolerstone’s resident pastry chef
16.00 Your day with us ends, but you will have a beautiful arrangement to take home and display.
What is included on the day?
- All drinks, refreshments and a delicious, afternoon tea
- All materials and tools will be provided for you to use on the day
- An apron will be provided for the duration of the workshop
- Free onsite car parking
- Your arrangement is yours to keep and take home at the end of the day
Do I need to bring anything?
Everything will be provided for you but, you may wish to bring a box for your arrangement when transporting it home in the car so that it doesn’t get damaged.