Professional Floral Design Classes
For those who are curious about the intricacies of professional floral design, we have put together a series of intensive workshops that explore various forms of flower arrangement and techniques. We hope that through these informative and hands-on sessions, students that are hoping to become professional florists feel trained and prepared to pursue a career in floral design. We also hope that these sessions will inspire those wanting to develop an appreciation and love for flower art.
The courses are taught by two prestigious floral design teachers (both of whom are long-time florists and are known for their creative contributions to the industry).
- Vivian Liu is the owner of Arbutus Florist and the founder of Hong Flowers, Furniture and Art. She has an extensive background working in design and a yearning passion for fashion, both of which heavily influences her work. Vivian is the recipient is several awards and has recently represented Canada by winning 3rd place in the AIFD's "Just Make It Pretty" contest.
- Brenna Quan is member of the renowned AIFD since 2009 and has participated in many floral design competitions. She is a mini-celebrity in the flower design world and is internationally recognized for her talents.
The curriculum consists of seven 4.5 hour sessions, including 40 minutes of theory lectures and 2 hands-on projects which can be taken home to display. Students will receive an apron, as well as, the necessary design tools they need to complete their floral design projects. During each session, we will take photographs for the students of their progress and finished products to help document their experience.
For the students' last class, we hire a professional photographer to allow students the opportunity to model with their creations and in the flower crown creation reserved for the final session. Graduation certificates will also be distributed on this day.
To book, contact us via. email at email@example.com or call at 604-731-3313
*Each class has a limit of 3 students.