Flower Arranging With Chelsea Fuss Flower School

Posted by Beth Pickard on

At Talking Tables we are passionate about flowers and believe they can truly bring your tablescape to life. We love to incorporate them into ours - complimenting the theme and setting the scene. As we head into spring we thought it was a great time to update our flower arranging skills, as we look forward to styling lots of tables over the coming months. 


Some of the Talking Tables team took part in a flower arranging workshop, hosted by Chelsea from Chelsea Fuss Flower School. Chelsea took us through the steps, tips and tricks to create a beautiful spring bouquet, with each person creating their own unique arrangement. From how to trim and make our flowers last longer, to simple ways in which to make the bright blooms stand out. We also particularly liked how eco-concious Chelsea’s team are with their flower practices – cutting out use of any plastic within much of the creations. As a key tenet of Talking Tables, and something we are striving for with much of our own products in 2021, this was a great takeaway from the workshop.

 

 

It was a great experience and we learnt some valuable skills that we will take into all of our flower arranging and tablescaping. Keep an eye out on our social channels for some of them! Let us know if you have any extra tips for us and check out Chelsea Fuss Flower School Here:

https://www.chelseafuss.com

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