images thanks to the amazing and talented Debbie Lourens and Lauren Pretorius. my thanks to the Academy for allowing me to share some valuable knowledge with their students way before they enter the industry. these are the bridal bouquets and buttonholes made by the students on the last day of the workshop.
Twice this year, I was given the amazing opportunity to do an introduction to floristry with the Aleit Academy’s second year students. We covered theory on floral design elements, pricing and value and how to condition flowers/foliage and prep containers. Then the students had the opportunity to put their theory into practice and had to […]
For people from PE/East London area – this is a blog post from a previous workshop I have run in KZN to give you an idea of what it is like. If there is enough interest – I need at least 12 – 15 serious attendees, I will put the workshop on at the end […]
I love flowers I love people I love teaching Being able to put all 3 together into 1 package deal was just the tops for me. I had the honour of putting together my first Gauteng-based Business of Flowers workshop this year, teaching floral design- & business theory as well as mechanics with practical […]
These days, being able to make pretty is not enough to run a successful floral design business. You need good business skills and knowledge as well as good floral mechanics to make your work stand out against the average. Join us to gain new business knowledge and learn new floral design skills as well as […]