Last Saturday I taught a whole day how to create a magical table setting, wedding wreath and floral chair design. We worked with garden roses, sweet peas, apple blosom, clematis, jasmine and babyeucalyptus. My student loved the result. What do you think?
A wonderful article ha been written about the Berlin Flower School in the German floristry magazine "Florieren". We are totally excited about that and hope you like the article too. Thank you so much about this lovely feature.
At the Berlin Flower School you can also book private classes. Last weekend I showed a what main flowers are used in a wedding setting. We created a table setting, a bridal bouquet, a bridal wreath and some buttonholes. The colour theme was quite unusal because the client wanted strong contrasting colours. See for yourself. I loved the strong colours and was surprised how lushes everything looked. We used sweet peas, parrot tulips, carnations, garden roses, asparagus leaves,
In my expierience events and launch parties usually have a design or motto. Flowers are used to translate and underline the motto. On the last day of the corporate event flower week, we wanted to create an epic theme. Who does not love Alice in Wonderland? The whole table and the chandeliers were covered in moos and than all the old vintage teapots that were found were asembled to create a very magical look. We used hydrangeas, roses, tulips, ivy, hyacinths, grape hyacinths a