Making a Wreath this Season: Everything you Need to Know!

If you are planning on making a wreath this season, we have all the resources you need! From making your own foraged grapevine wreath to making a classic green wreath or fruited wreath, you’ll find all the tutorials you need in our flower school. We also offer wreath making kits through our private Zoom workshops.

Check out the wreath classes below to see which one is right for you.

Dried Flower Wreath for Winter, A Mini-Workshop: You´ll learn how to make a wire-free dried flower wreath, perfect for winter display!

Wreath Masterclass: Learn 3 styles of holiday wreaths. Sign up for this streaming workshop here.

Fall Flower School: Make a fall wreath as well as 2 holiday centerpieces in this series of live workshops held throughout the holiday season. Starts October 1st.

Private Workshops: These private workshops are held on Zoom and include wreath making kits sent from our organic flower farm supplier. For corporate teams or private groups.

More Wreath Tutorials:

Field ,Flower, Vase: Arranging and Crafting with Seasonal and Wild Blooms: You´ll find 4 all-natural wreath tutorials in this book.

Dried Flower Wreath Tutorial

1st photo by Sanda Vuckovic.

How to Become a Florist With No Experience

If you are dreaming of becoming a florist but are starting from scratch, today’s video might be helpful for you! I am talking about 6 steps you need to take to get your floral career going! Please let me know if you have any questions!

A few of the resources I mentioned in the video:

My secret sources for purchasing floral ingredients (a free workshop!)

Become a florist: a checklist to walk you through the next 23 steps to get started!

Our floral career courses: Floral Foundations and A Career with Flowers

Free flower arranging resources

A Visit to a Local Flower Farm

I say this in class a lot, but getting to know your suppliers is so important! Today I took a field trip to visit one of my new flower suppliers, Flor Daninha, in Sintra. Mariana runs a very special, regenerative flower farm that has been in her family for a long time.

Chickens run wild and the farm sits under the shadows of castles. Sintra is a very special microclimate so it is a particularly good place to grow as it gets a lot of rain and rarely goes to freezing. The quality of the flowers is superb.

If you want to learn how to find your own local suppliers, come to my free workshop, all about flower sourcing! Book your spot here.


We will be visiting some flower farms on our 2022 retreats in Portugal. Sign up here to get on the waitlist.

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