The London Flower School a floristry school located in vibrant King’s Cross. Founded by Wagner Kreusch, former Head Tutor at McQueens Flower School, and Helen Dyson, an experienced teacher and florist, the London Flower School will teach students the art and business of floristry.
Whether a beginner or an experienced florist, the school offers a variety of courses in an innovative learning environment. Students will learn floristry techniques, both classic and contemporary, create beautiful arrangements and be inspired to explore the world of flowers. Alongside learning floristry skills, students will gain practical tools for building their own business. The energy and creativity of the city is integral to the school. The London Flower School will take its inspiration from London’s people, art, culture and events.
Four-Week Course: Career Course – £5,200
On the London Flower School four-week floristry course, students will learn everything they will need to know to start working with flowers or to take their existing business to the next level. The course starts from the beginning, encouraging students to conquer classic techniques before taking a more contemporary approach. Over the four weeks, students will create a huge range of floral displays, large and small, from table styling to grand event installations. The course will encourage the individual to develop their own style, inspiring students to try, test, explore and experiment.
One-Week Course: The Foundation – £1,600
From basic techniques to developing a style, the London Flower School’s one-week floristry course is the perfect introduction to the world of flower arranging. The course will teach the student to get to grips with classic floristry techniques, like hand tied bouquets, and then how to apply what they have learnt to more complex arrangements. LFS will encourage students to embrace and explore the creative possibilities of the flowers they work with, with plenty of time to experiment and ask questions.
Two-Week Course: Weddings and Events – £2,800
The two-week course will teach students to arrange stunning floral displays for weddings and events. Beginning with a thorough introduction to classic floristry techniques, it will then dive into the specifics of creating floral displays for events. This will include wiring flowers, dressing tables and putting together focal displays for an array of occasions with a specific focus on weddings. The teachers will aim to inspire and nurture the student’s flair for floristry in order to encourage the development of individual styles.
Doors are set to open in spring; the first short course will take place on 9 May and first career course will run from 22 May to 19 June.