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GBP £100.00

GBP £ 100.00 / Guest per 90 min

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Open 7 days a week

Master the art of the Hand-tied bouquet on Cyrill's masterclass. You'll be guided in the creation of the Hand-tied bouquet, and Cyrill will demonstrate alternative wrapping techniques.

This masterclass starts with an introduction on how to condition flowers. You'll learn how to bring out the most striking elements of the natural materials you use. Throughout the course, Cyrill will demonstrate the classic spiral technique, look at colour matching, and choosing flowers.

At its core, the Hand-tied Bouquet Masterclass is designed to let you express your individual relationship with flowers through some of floristry’s most recognisable style. As such, Cyrill will inspire you to reconsider your approach to flowers, and nurture your own creativity.

This is the perfect Masterclass for those with little or no experience looking for an introduction to flowers

Minimum spend: 100
Lead time (days) ahead of booking: 2
Maximum number of persons: 15
Included (the HOMETAINER will bring...): All Material Included
I will need the host to provide: Table only
Arts & Crafts: Floristry
Keywords: Florist Handtied workshop masterclass flowers
  • Clear glass vase for the Hand-Tied + GBP £25.00
London London, United Kingdom W1
About the HOMEtainer

Cyrill studied the applied arts before going to Floristry school in Le Mans, France (where he is from) in 2005 and being drawn into the world of floral design. He was a finalist in the 2012 Coupe de France des Fleuristes (The French cup of Florists) afterwhich he moved to London to work at the luxury Florist Mc Queens where he worked for over three years before establishing in own company in 2016. As with many young Florist, he draws inspiration from the world of design, architecture, music, fashion and art. His most dramatic works are in collaboration with photographers on joint commissions for magazines and fashion brands Being based in London’s vibrant East End, means there is an energetic and artistic community on his door step, one that constantly provide him with new inspiration. That inspiration as allowed him to diverge from the usual traditional arrangements for events or occasions and moving to arenas where floral design is not usually seen.

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