Floral Workshop - Come and get your hands dirty, with award-winning tuition and expertise.

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 Spring 2019

We had a wonderful time making hand-tied bouquets and floral fascinators at the most recent workshops in early March 2019, and will be planning an ongoing schedule of workshops again later in the year. More information about this will be coming soon. 

If you'd like to join our email list to receive notifications of future classes, just drop Jessie an email - jessie@westdorsetweddingflowers.co.uk


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 Party workshops


Organising a hen night? Big birthday on the horizon? Or perhaps just looking for an excuse to get some friends together?

Jessie's floral crown or floral fascinator workshops could be just the ticket. You choose who you invite and organise the venue, and we'll be the entertainment! Prices vary dependant on numbers of people and location. Get in touch with Jessie to make and plan and discuss dates - jessie@westdorsetweddingflowers.co.uk


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My workshops are a fun and informal opportunity to learn skills and top tips from an award-winning industry expert, in a friendly relaxed environment. No former experience is necessary. Just a willingness to learn, and a love of flowers. We always have a great time!

To book: Email jessie@westdorsetweddingflowers.co.uk. Please include information about which session(s) you are wanting to book in for, and how many places you wish to book. Go on ... bring a friend! The sessions are held in a cosy barn at Dewflock Farm just outside Dorchester - full and detailed directions will be provided when you book.

Please arrive 10-15mins before your class start-time. We will supply all the supplies and tools you need for your workshop, unless you are told otherwise. However, we recommend that you wear comfortable clothing (warm layers in winter) and shoes you are happy standing in, plus perhaps an apron to protect your clothing. If you have a favourite pair of scissors or secateurs you are welcome to bring them, but this is not essential. Gloves are useful if you have sensitive skin or allergies.

We always supply tea and coffee throughout each workshop (usually on a help-yourself basis), with cookies, fruit or other nibbles to keep you well fuelled. 


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