Flowers For The Soul – A Better Florist Bouquet Arrangement Workshop

Home Decor, Others | November 14, 2017 | By

I have always been interested in using silk flowers as a form of decorations around my house and enjoy arranging them in ways that make the whole room brighten up. The thought of using fresh flowers instead is definitely appealing but I have never gotten to it due to time limitations (i.e. much more maintenance needed with the real deal). In addition, I was not confident handling fresh flowers as I did not have the experience doing so. Therefore, when I was invited to attend a floral workshop by A Better Florist, I was truly delighted. Finally an opportunity to pick up the basic skills in an activity I have thought of learning many times previously!

The Trainer Preparing The Materials For The Flower Arrangement Workshop

All The Attendees Listening Attentively To The Trainer’s Instructions  

The Trainer Demonstrating How We Can Arrange The Flowers Beautifully

After a detailed demonstration of how we can prepare the different flowers before they can be arranged (e.g. fluffing the carnations so that their petals can open up nicely and plucking the outermost petals of the roses to reveal the blemish free firm inner bulbs), we started creating our own bouquets.

I had a really fun time doing the arrangement and this is what I eventually came up with –

After Lots Of Taping And Sniping, I Am Down To The Last Few Steps

The Final Look!

It felt amazing to walk down the street in a lovely bouquet of blooms! Thanks to A Better Florist for the workshop experience. If you love flowers like I do and want to get the freshest bouquet at a reasonable price, check out this Singapore flower delivery service for a gorgeous range of selections!

Thanks for reading and have a great day.

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