No matter what kind of wedding flowers you learn, bouquet, corsage, head-table arrangement, altar decoration, boutonniere or arch decoration, when do you think is the best time to start to learn it ? Generally speaking lots of couples get married in the spring. In this sense starting to learn wedding floral arrangement during winter season MAY be very good.
Unless you want to earn a floral arranging skill for only quite simple centerpiece etc., you do not need so much time for training. However if you would like to earn a Wide Range of Wedding Floral Arrangements, it is better to estimate about 2 months. Many people want to earn a certain type of wedding flowers such as bouquet, corsage, table arrangement, wreath etc etc.
a specific wedding flower as mentioned below:
For above mentioned programs, anybody can sign up regardless of previous experience of floral arrangements. People who already have basic floral arranging skills are recommended to join following courses:
If you want to learn wedding flowers for your own wedding, it is not always necessary to earn a skill for a wide range of wedding flowers. Earning skill for only bouquets or table arrangements will still help reduce the cost of wedding floral decorations because you can have a professional floral designer take care of the rest of flower arrangements.
By learning wedding flower arrangement, you can earn a higher level of floral design skills and also enhance the portfolio of your floral decorations which will expand your floral business operation. We offer classes for above mentioned programs and courses every week throughout the year in the San Francisco Bay Area (Burlingame, San Mateo County close to San Francisco Airport) and also San Jose (Santa Clara County: Silicon Valley) not only on weekdays but also on the weekend (Weekend Class
). Evening Class
is available as well.
California Flower Art Academy has been helping uncountable number of students earn practical skills of flower arrangement since 1990 as a floral school certified by Flower Decorators Association (Tokyo, Japan). We help you make a difference in floral art. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org