A few weeks ago on a bright, chilly Saturday in London I went along to a bouquet workshop by our favourite London floristry studio Wild Wood London. The bouquet making workshop took place in the light and airy upstairs private room at Aubaine on Moxon Street in Marylebone.
Charlotte Wood, Founder of Wild Wood London, organised the workshop as a fundraiser for Breast Cancer Care – the only UK wide charity providing care, information and support to people affected by breast cancer.
Charlotte selected a selection of stunning flowers for us to make up our bouquets which included astrantia, memory lane roses, sweet avalanche roses, green bell thlaspi and my personal favourite – eucalyptus.
If you’ve visited one of our showrooms or seen photographs of our kitchen projects, you’ll inevitably have come across a bunch of eucalyptus – it smells incredible and has the most beautiful muted green sage colour.
To start with, Charlotte talked us through the basics of putting together a simple bouquet and included some simple but brilliant tips which helped to instantly transform our bouquets into a more professional effort.
With over 50 people attending the workshop, it had a brilliant atmosphere that was super relaxed, friendly and welcoming.
The workshop lasted an hour and half which was perfectly timed to give everyone plenty of guidance and advice on creating their bouquets.
Once the bouquets were finished, we tied them and wrapped them in custom-designed Wild Wood London wrapping. If you’re interested in attending a workshop by Wild Wood London, keep an eye on their website as Charlotte is planning a series of workshops at her new studio in SW18.
Contact Wild Wood London on +44 7879 885422 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image credits: Amandine Alessandra / The Interior Photographer