You have the turkey, the tablecloth, your best china and cutlery. All that’s missing is a fabulous floral centerpiece to really make your festive gathering really special.
This year we are offering a couple of design options to decorate your festive table with fresh flowers…
The classic table centre; a single design that can be round or slightly elongated to dress the centre of a circular or oblong table.
The Christmas Table Scape; a selection of smaller designs that could be clustered together for the centre or length of the dining table.
This year we thought we would offer you two different versions to decorate your table this Christmas…
This one’s the Traditional one… Candlelight is surrounded by rich evergreen foliages, natural textures/treasures, berries and a few rich red flowers. A lovely sized design that adds the wow factor without taking over the table! A versatile deign where you can choose whether to create a more circular design for a round table or elongate for a design more suitable for a rectangular table.
In this class you will also learn how to create with floral foam, how to secure candles safely in your design. The caring & conditioning with flowers and foliages bought and foraged. Along with hints & tips and inspiration for place settings and finishing touches for a dinner party table to impress!
Thursday 19th December at 6pm
Christmas Table Scape
This is the ‘Versatile One’! A wonderful selection of smaller designs that can all be used on the dining table or choose one or two for the table and use the others elsewhere or even as gifts.
We will make a medium sized candlelit arrangement which is perfect for the dining table where space is minimal. We will also make a selection of miniature designs that compliment the main design. These designs can be arranged on the table in a circular fashion for a round dining table or scattered along the length of a rectangular table. Or keep some, gift some! They’d all make lovely little presents too if you don’t need a centrepiece!
Monday 16th December at 6pm