Studying floral design can be a great way to learn the fundamentals of flower arranging and become a skilled florist. To get started, it’s important to sign up for a flower class.
Classes can vary in terms of content and format. Traditional classes are typically offered through local universities and colleges, and provide a more academic approach to learning about floral design. These classes are often focused on the history of floral design, as well as the fundamentals of flower arranging.
On the other hand, there are also hands-on workshops offered by florists who open up their shops for instruction. These classes are great for those who want to learn the practical skills of floral design, such as how to select and condition flowers, how to create bouquets and arrangements, and how to care for flowers.
Finally, there are also online courses available. These courses can be a great option for those who want to learn at their own pace, or who don’t have access to traditional classes. I personally teach an online course that covers the basics of floral design, from flower selection and conditioning to bouquet and arrangement design.
No matter which type of class you choose, studying floral design can be a great way to learn the fundamentals of flower arranging and become a skilled florist. With the right class, you’ll be able to gain the knowledge and skills necessary to create beautiful and unique floral designs.