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There’s a lot of talk about foraging in the floral design world these days but is foraging really sustainable? It’s great to have a handle on some rules and techniques before you head out. Foraging for flowers, greens, twigs, and branches is one of my favorite ways to bring floral compositions to the next level. These wild ingredients offer movement, texture, and wildness that is almost impossible to get from cultivated floral ingredients. Photo by Sanda Vuckovic.
Learn how to become a florist. Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a florist? I thought it would be great to share a bit about my journey and also some tips for you if you are interested in becoming a florist. I’ve had such a love for flowers since the time I was a kid and no matter what turns my career has taken, it sort of just always returns to flowers.
Understand professional flower sourcing as a stylist, designer, or wedding florist Make effortlessly beautiful hand-tied bouquets Feel confident in making sustainable, garden-style, and technically sound arrangements. Learn how you can become a sustainable florist. Photo of Chelsea Fuss by Sanda Vuckovic.
Florists for Peace FLORISTS FOR PEACE is a pop-up flower school supporting humanitarian aid for Ukraine. Learn with some of the world's best floral designers in our virtual classroom. 100% of fees go to SUNFLOWER OF PEACE which sends medical supplies and first aid kits on the ground to victims of the war in Ukraine.
Source beautiful flowers as a floral designer, floral stylist or a floral artist. In this workshop, you will learn: THE BASICS OF GETTING A WHOLESALE LICENSE THE BEST WAY TO SOURCE INGREDIENTS AS A FLORAL STYLIST 3 ECO-FRIENDLY WAYS YOU CAN SOURCE FLOWERS PROFESSIONALLY