If you’ve already taken some floral design classes and are ready to gain work experience in a shop or studio, sometimes it can be tough to get your foot in the door. Maybe you’ve even done flowers for a few events but you can’t seem to land a job or freelance gig.
In this video, I explain a few things you might want to do to ensure that you are presenting your work in the best manner for employment or freelancing.
-Create a portfolio of your best floral design work with well-lit photography
-Reach out to florists that have a style you admire
-Reach out in a professional and direct way through email (email template provided in the download below)
-Keep honing your floral design skills and finding your voice
I cover more tips and ideas in the video and through this free download, which provides you with a checklist to make sure you are doing all the right things in your approach to landing a floral design job. The download includes a fillable template for you to use in your reach-out emails to florists.