These photos show floral arrangements designed and made by our students under the directions of our instructor during real lessons in the classroom of California Flower Art Academy
. These designs are called Corner Arrangement which work quite well in the limited space of table by placing them in the corner. Exactly same skills can be used when making Casket Corner Arrangement for funerals. Pictures were taken in the classroom while instructor and students were busily working on the table. Therefore unnecessary items are covered near the table in the photo that does not look so professional quite unfortunately. However you can have an idea what the corner arrangement is.
These designs fall in the category of table arrangement which has a very wide variations. Depending on the place of display, type of event and also the budget for decorations, we can modify and alter the design into whatever way you like. Therefore you can enjoy endless variations once you have mastered the skill of floral arranging. Most floral arrangements selling in floral shops are quite simple and easy to make. This design level is considered enough as far as shops sell simple arrangements to regular customers. However if you want to make a difference and win the severe competition, it is highly recommended for you to earn a higher level of floral design skills, that will greatly help you become a real professional floral artist.
California Flower Art Academy
offers a Wide Range of Programs
from which our students can choose their favorite one considering their taste, budget and purpose for learning floral designs. For those who have no experience in flower arranging, we recommend following programs:
In order to support busy people who cannot join weekday classes and daytime lessons, we also offer Weekend Class
and Evening Lesson
. If you are seriously interested in learning flower arrangements, why not contact email@example.com. We help you how to choose a program.
Here is YouTube video introducing How to Make Flower Arrangements: Adding Flowers Evenly to Your Flower Arrangement. Source of this video is expertvillage
. Demonstrator is Amelia Tallman, freelance floral designer. Filmmaker: Paige Williams