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Learn how to make a beautiful bouquet from spring flowers and additions from the nature. During this personal and practical class you’ll be guided about materials to use, non- traditional flora, the most efficient techniques to cut and arrange, and of course how to care for your flowers. We'll use playful colors and textures and you get to create your own lovely bouquet to take home (with a value of 300-350 kronor). No experience needed only a desire to learn and a love for beauty, flowers and socializing. You are welcome to get inspired and create in the intimate setting of my home.
I grew up in the north of Sweden and ever since I was a kid, plants and nature have inspired me. Integrating my floral skills with other things I love, photography, ceramics, painting and interior design is my passion, and this is why I invite you to come create with me in my own home. I think working with our hands gives us true joy and happiness and I thank my 20 year-old-me, who followed my heart and got myself a floral education 10 years ago.
No new dates
Book for a group or team
From 850 kr/person
Give away this skill as a gift
From 450 kr
Hosted in Swedish
4 - 8 participants
Loved the setting and cosy atmosphere. Elina is a skilled and passionate florist who will guide you through the workshop. The private setting in her gorgeous house added so much value and inspiration. A day to remember!
Amazing experience in Elinas beautiful home. She is very knowledgable and shares her best tricks for combining cut flowers with fresh finds from nature, valuable for the summer season!
The course will take place in my home in Värmdö/Sthlm, Ängsblomsvägen 16, A bus from Slussen will take 25-30 min. All floral material is included. You get to bring home your bouquet, a cut flower, care instructions - and of course there will be fika :)
What materials to use and how to combine colors and textures - Cutting and arranging - How to care for your flowers
Keep a safe physical distance between yourself and other people. When you meet your host(s) and other guests, don't shake hands or hug – try a no-contact greeting instead.