A Step-by-step Guide

Author: Judith Blacklock,Lesley Young

Publisher: Flower PressLtd

ISBN: 9780955239151

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 192

View: 3186


The 'how to' manual for everyone interested in pursuing flowers as a career or wanting to know how to arrange flowers for their own special occasion. In step by step guides the reader is taken from the basics of wiring techniques through to more advanced floristry design work. In simple logical stages with the aid of colour photography, line drawings and expert tips, the reader will enjoy entering the fascinating world of the professional florist.

Wedding Flowers

A Step-By-step Guide

Author: Judith Blacklock

Publisher: Falcon Guides

ISBN: 9780993571527


Page: 320

View: 3444


The complete guide to wedding flower arrangements, covering how to make everything from a simple button hole to grand table center pieces and ornate displays for the venue. The easy to follow step-by-step guides show you how to achieve these without spending a fortune.

More Sugar Flowers for Beginners

A Step-by-step Guide to Making Beautiful Flowers in Sugar

Author: Paddi Clark

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781905113262

Category: Decoration and ornament

Page: 176

View: 6973


Following the success of her first book, 'Sugar Flowers for Beginners', Paddi Clark introduces more stunning flowers and leaves that can be made in sugar. Ideal for cake tops or simply for displaying at home, each individual flower and leaf is created using simple yet effective techniques for realistic results. 28 flowers and leaves are featured and each comes complete with step-by-step pictures and easy-to-follow instructions. Basic techniques are covered, not only for sugar floristry but also for covering cakes, meaning that readers of any skill level can decorate professional-looking cakes for special occasions.


The Complete Guide to Professional Results

Author: Jacqueline Goss,Jane Wighton

Publisher: New Holland Professional

ISBN: 9781845378783

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 160

View: 6063


Flower arranging has always been a popular hobby, but it's also a creatively satisfying alternative to a 9-5 desk job. Anyone with a grasp of the basics who needs to know more to go pro?or who's just indulging a passion for flowers and beauty?will find this guide absolutely ideal. Filled with superbly laid-out techniques, plus fabulous styles both traditional and modern, Flower Arranging has it all: advice on choosing and buying flowers, instructions on floral care, recommendations on the necessary tools, and invaluable color and design theory. Comprehensive sections offer terrific ideas for every occasion, from gift arrangements to wedding bouquets, funeral wreaths to venue decoration. Fully illustrated with gorgeous color photos, this is the only book you need to become a great florist.

Wedding Bouquets and Flowers

Author: Jill Woodall

Publisher: The Crowood Press

ISBN: 1785002716

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

Page: 300

View: 3777


Flowers have been used in wedding ceremonies for centuries; fashions may change but their popularity endures. Today brides can choose from an ever-widening range of styles and designs including spectacular blooms, individual fantasies and simple, natural displays - the creative potential is huge when a love of flowers is combined with the confidence to experiment. This new book gives brides and florists a hands-on guide to floral designs to celebrate the happiest and most special of days. Packed with tips and tricks, it explains how to plan, prepare and transport the flowers, as well as advising on colour scheme and displays. Detailed instructions on techniques and demonstrations are supported by over 400 step-by-step photographs and there is also a complete guide to four seasonal weddings set in a church, a castle, a hotel and a garden.