Floral arrangements displayed in hotel lobbies are usually very big in their size. Such big arrangements are typical Corporate Arrangements that are a little bit difficult to teach at a classroom. We usually teach smaller size of floral decorations during a lesson at our school. However once in a while we can offer good opportunities for our students (and/or staff) to view and make much larger size of floral designs when we participate in an event arrangement.
Typical decorations for such events are wedding parties that are held at a hotel or golf club etc where we have a sufficient space for displaying a large scale flower arrangements. Quite frankly speaking most floral decorations displayed at hotel lobbies are too big and they need too many flower materials to teach at a school.
Therefore even if we teach such arrangements, we will have no choice but to instruct the concept and theory of designs at the classroom.
PLUS when it comes to display hand made floral arrangements at our home, small size of design is more than enough only because we do not have sufficient space in regular homes. All the spaces available on a dining table, console table in the foyer, cocktail table in living room and also a mantel over a fireplace is quite limited where compact size of floral arrangement is much better to be displayed.
California Flower Art Academy gives higher priority to teaching small or medium scale floral decorations at the classroom. If you love flowers and have interest in learning floral arrangements, we can help. For those who have no experience in floral designs, following programs are recommended:
A. European arrangement:
B. Japanese traditional floral art:
We offer classes for above mentioned programs every week in San Jose (Santa Clara County: Silicon Valley) and also Burlingame (San Mateo County) close to San Francisco Airport. For those who are busy and cannot join weekday lessons or daytime classes, we offer Weekend Class
and Evening Class
as well. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org