Floral Design Class at Lucy's Flowers
Everything you need to know
Here's your chance to learn professional European floral design style and create amazing, lush, complex bouquets. Invite your friends and family to have a great experience working with flowers. You will create beautiful arrangements perfect for any home or event table setting. Lucy's Flowers will provide a wide assortment of blooms, along with instruction on how to create simple yet beautiful designs. This is the perfect experience for your bestie's upcoming birthday, your sister's engagement, wedding, baby shower, or a fun private party. Lucy's flowers will host private classes in their home studio. The studio will be yours during the class, allowing you to host your friends as comfortably as if you were in your own home.
- Floral design instruction and theory from Lucy's Flowers
- Two hours of instruction and designing, one hour of socializing
- Blooms, tools, greens, fillings and vases included
- Take home your own beautiful floral arrangement and vase
- Perfect for birthday parties, engagement, wedding and private parties
Skillit will last:
3 hours hours
Once your Skillit is confirmed, changes may be made at the discretion of the provider and must be arranged directly with them.
Provide your necessary details for the experience.
The Maker will confirm the booking, or suggest alternatives.
Have a wonderful time. See you on your next Skillit!
Lucy fell in love with flowers and design at an early age. She spent her childhood working with her grandmother growing and selling flowers in the countryside. She began to design her own bouquets by 12 years old. Lucy received a four year university degree in social psychology, and attended different courses of floral design. During this time, she continued her professional work in several flower stores. She began to travel around the world, eventually moving to Brussels, Belgium. She attended flower shows and exhibitions in Holland. Lucy now resides in Brooklyn, NY and is continuing her career as a floral and landscape designer. Since living in NY she’s worked with Macy’s, Vidal Sasson Salon, Vogue and Bridal Guide Magazine.