When people hear the word of "bouquet", they imagine bouquets that are held or hand-tied by brides at weddings. As far as bouquets made at the classroom are concerned, they are usually displayed on bouquet holders instead of being held by a bride. If you take a look at a photo showing a bouquet displayed on a bouquet holder, you MIGHT misunderstand that it is not a bouquet but a just regular table arrangement because a bouquet holder (or vase) is sometimes hidden behind a bouquet.
Photos in this page show cascading bouquets and teardrop bouquets. California Flower Art Academy
offers a program called Wedding Bouquet Making Course
at affordable price. By joining this course, students can learn 3 types of bouquets spending about 3 to 4 hours (depends on number of students and skill of each student). It usually takes longer time to make a bouquet. Therefore students usually learn only one bouquet a day (UNLESS otherwise agreed between a student and school). We offer this course every week at our San Jose classroom. For any questions, please contact email@example.com