This tall arrangement was made by our student under the instruction of our floral arrangement teacher. The decoration was done during a real lesson by a well experience instructor. You can display this elegant flower arrangement for welcoming your guests into your home or office. If you take lessons at California Flower Art Academy
and practice at home, you can earn the skill for making a beautiful design like this arrangement. The purpose and goal of learning floral design and the taste of floral arrangement are different from student to student. In order to satisfy various requests from our students, we offer a Wide Range of Programs
from beginner to professional level, European arrangement to Japanese Ikebana, Wedding to Funeral decorations.
We are more than happy to help you earn practical skills of flower arranging by way of hands on training of ONE ON ONE instructions. Judging from our experience for the past 25 years, we have come to know that once the number of students exceeds 4 per class, both students and our instructor do have a hard time for doing smooth lesson. By way of semi-private lesson we always do our best so our students can easily and quickly learn flower arrangements. We limit number of students to no more than 4 per class which helps us implement semi private lessons.
If you are looking of a floral design school or flower arranging instructor who can offer quality lessons, why not join California Flower Art Academy
who has been operating in the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley (San Jose) since 1990 as a floral school certified by Flower Decorators Association (Tokyo, Japan). You can pick up your favorite course according to your needs from Our Broad Range of Programs
. If you have no experience, you can start with following programs:
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Here is YouTube video introducing How to Decorate a Tall Clear Centerpiece Vase. The source of this video is ehowathomechannel
. Demonstrator is Jan Gordon, Flower Arrangement Expert, Owner of East Meets West Flowers