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Keen to share her wealth of knowledge and experience, Essex florist, Beverley Nichols, has launched a comprehensive range of floristry workshops to help brides and flower enthusiasts make their own bouquets, baskets and table arrangements and develop a skill for life.

Beverley demonstrates how to make beautiful hand-tied bouquets

Flower arranging is fun, creative and boasts an incredible ability to set the mind free from the stresses and strains of everyday life and planning a wedding for that matter!

In recent years flower arranging has become a fashionable pastime, not least for the increasing number of brides on a budget who are keen to put together their own wedding flowers or bouquet.

“Flower arranging is fun, creative and boasts an incredible ability to set the mind free from the stresses and strains of everyday life and planning a wedding for that matter!” says Beverley, who founded Jades Flower Design in Coggeshall more than 20 years ago.

Having just launched a fantastic programme of floristry workshops, Beverley will be sharing her tips, tricks and creative skills gained from many years of experience. And with the courses taking place in her purpose built workshop surrounded by beautiful Essex countryside, they provide the perfect opportunity for an enjoyable day out with friends, family and even the hen party too!

With wonderful summer flowers at the ready, Beverley kicks off the programme on Monday, 4 July with the basic principles of design and techniques to make a tasteful posy and front facing arrangement. On Monday, 18 July however – it’s all about the basket. Beverley will demonstrate three basket designs with flowers and accessories, giving students the opportunity to recreate one of them just like a professional.

Brides in particular may be interested in Beverley’s Summer Flowers workshop on Monday, 25 July, which involves the making of beautiful hand-tied bouquets. With a choice of gift wrap included it could also make a wonderful gift for someone special.

Beverley’s courses start from just £60, proving a healthy option for brides considering the cost of wedding flowers could set them back by at least £500 to £1000. All materials are supplied and attendees will walk away with a fabulous new skill and, of course, their freshly made masterpieces.

For more information or to book a course, contact Beverley on 01376 563111, e-mail flowers(at)jadesflowers(dot)co(dot)uk or visit http://www.jadesflowers.co.uk. Gift vouchers available.

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