We are delighted to welcome Jonathan Moseley to Woburn Abbey once again to present this seasonal study day.
Jonathan has been working professionally with flowers for over 20 years. Known for being innovative and creative with his designs, he enjoys nothing more than nurturing new talent and regularly holds workshops and demonstrations across the country, so we are very excited to have him working with us here at Woburn.
The Spring and Easter Flower Celebration will give participants the opportunity to experience Jonathan's talent first hand, and learn new techniques from him as well as developing existing skills. The internationally acclaimed floral designer will share lots of ideas and inspiration to create a series of stunning floristry designs focussing on fragrant spring flowers and wonderful fresh foliage.
WORKSHOP ITINERARY – 10.00AM-4.00PM
- Tea and Coffee on arrival
- Morning session:
Jonathan will give an inspirational floristry demonstration where he will be using a fabulously fragrant selection of traditional spring flowers fused with some exciting Easter decorations to share with you the practical skills and designer techniques required to make a selection of table arrangements, welcome rings, topiary and Easter trees with a difference. You’ll also find out a little more about Jonathan’s exciting life with flowers and get lots of tips for growing flowers.
- Enjoy a delicious two-course buffet lunch
- Afternoon session:
This gives you the opportunity to use your creativity and get hands on as Jonathan teaches you how to make a fabulous table arrangement.
All fresh flowers and sundry materials are provided and you will take home a fabulous flower arrangement. Please bring either a pair of scissors or secateurs with you.
Tickets cost £145 per person and lunch is included.
Please use the button below to book your place.
Please contact Jo-Anne Wright on firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 7 days before the event if you have any special dietary requirements.
Please use our event entrance, click here for a map.