Spring Wreath Workshop
23 April 2024 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm BST£135.00
Join us to make a beautiful, fresh, spring floral wreath to decorate your home in our workshop with our tutor Kayleigh of ‘Happy Bloom’.
The unique and beautiful style that is reflected in the stunning arrangements are taught in this step by step workshop. You will learn the skills to create a unique wreath. No experience is necessary as Kayleigh will be on hand to guide you every step of the way.
Your front door will most certainly be the best dressed in the street, you may even want to keep your wreath on display indoors as a table centrepiece so you can admire your own handy work!
The Workshop in detail
Using various spring flowers, crisp, green foliage and seasonal bulbs you will learn how to make a stunning wreath to either decorate your door or use as a table centre piece.
We allow plenty of time for our creative students to prepare their floral arrangements and provide everything you need to create your work. Seasonal treats, home bakes and refreshments as well as Barbara’s delicious afternoon tea will be served.
We welcome all levels of expertise from beginner to the accomplished.
Timetable of the day
10.00 A warm welcome to @:Toolerstone with refreshments
10:30 Introduction to Kayleigh and the floristry techniques used
10.45 Preparing your wreath and picking your foliage
11.30 Coffee will be served
11.45 Continue with the workshop, working at your own pace.
13.30 Delicious homemade afternoon tea will be served in the refectory
14:30 Garden tour with Mark, our Estate Manager
15.00 Workshop ends but, your love of all things creative will continue.
What is included on the day?
- All drinks, refreshments and a delicious lunch are included.
- All materials and tools will be provided for you to use.
- An apron will be provided for the duration of the workshop
- Free onsite car parking
- Your arrangements are yours to keep and take home at the end of the day
Do I need to bring anything?
The floristry wire used can be sharp, as can some of the foliage. If you have any gardening gloves we recommend you bring them along to protect your hands and fingers.