Have you been asked to plan a class on flower arranging for a small group? Whether it's for a club, a church group, a senior citizen's group or any other organization, having a class on flower arranging can be a lot of fun. Here are some ideas that might help you to plan something successful and memorable.
Find An Instructor - Are you teaching the class yourself? If not, the first thing on your agenda should be finding an instructor.
Deciding on the right flowers for any occasion can be hard, but when that occasion is a funeral, it calls for a particular touch. Funeral flowers -- whether they are given or used as part of the decoration -- must set the tone you want to convey, must carry a certain message, and must be appropriate for the deceased or the family. One way to accomplish all these is to understand and make use of the symbolism of flowers when choosing.
When choosing your wedding florals on a tight budget, it can be hard to come up with flower ideas that are truly "wow-worthy." But the good news is that even simple, inexpensive flowers can be given an extra boost to help them look beautiful and catch everyone's eye.
Throw some interesting light on your flowers to help bring them to life. For table centerpieces, adding something as simple as tea lights or a pillar candle can add an instant air of romance or old-fashioned tradition.