Last month, I featured Part 1 of the Tallulah Rose Flower School’s Wedding Flower Course Retreat, which took place in May. And today, I’m delighted to share three more beautiful floral designs, which the students created.
But let’s start first with the amazing array of flowers, which Rachel, the founder of the Flower School, had chosen! I was blown away by the selection, especially the stunning roses…
And gorgeous coral peonies were in abundance too…
In the grounds of Sparkford Hall, where the Retreat took place, there was a swing which the florists were invited to decorate.
Rachel talked through the design before everyone set to work.
Floral foam netted garlands were attached to the swing and then ‘greened up’ with foliage.
Then an assortment of pink, coral and red peonies were added.
Doesn’t it look fabulous?
Back inside and the florists decorated a large scale archway. Here’s the before photo…
..and here’s the finished design!
How’s this for a grand sweeping staircase, perfect for adornment? The florists started with an assortment of different types of foliage.
And then added peonies and roses in shades of pale coral, ivory and pink. Spectacular!
I hope you’ve enjoyed seeing ‘behind the scenes at this Wedding Flower Course Retreat! If you have a passion for all things floral, the course is being held again next month at the same venue, Sparkford Hall in Somerset, from October 10th-13th. For more details and to secure your place, simply visit the Tallulah Rose Flower School website.
(Images : Rona Wheeldon | Flowerona & Emily Kelly)