A floristry student arranging a hand-tied bouquet of red and orange flowers

Your floral arrangements could one day be the centrepieces of your clients’ most special occasions. Floristry is a massively rewarding career where you’ll be surrounded by beautiful plants all day that you can weave together to create something even better.

The industry is thriving across the UK with clients seeking a professional and personal touch for their events. On our Floristry courses, you’ll learn high-level, industry-standard skills, enabling you to create stunning bespoke floral tributes and displays for family occasions, corporate presentations and beyond.

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Emma Howells

Emma Howells

Studied –  Level 2 & 3 Floristry

Currently – Florist at The Potting Shed and The Little Potting Shed 

“I chose to retrain and complete the Level 2 and 3 courses as opposed to an intensive course, in order to gain a more comprehensive understanding of the fresh materials we work with in the industry. 

“The City & Guild courses cover a vast amount of content including in-depth flower, foliage and plant care, conditioning, techniques, management and specific design theories. The opportunity to practice and develop your own style is invaluable and is recognised by employers.

“I have learnt so much over the last two years which has enabled me to progress within my career. Amanda and Jenny are fantastic tutors with a breadth of useful knowledge and experience.”  

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Bethan Owen

Studied – Floristry Level 2 & 3

Currently – Owner of Wild Blodyn Florist

“I found great enjoyment studying Floristry at Coleg Cambria, from learning botanical nomenclature, to caring for cut flowers from their origin with the growers to preparing the designs for customers.

“The level 2 course goes into depth about the principles & elements of design, providing a solid understanding for creating visually appealing floral designs as a junior florist. At level 3 the business aspects of floristry prepared us for senior florist roles.

“As a group we gained experience creating flowers for weddings, networking with other florists and participating in the Interflora World Cup Student Competition, greatly contributing to building my confidence along this journey.

“My venture Wild Blodyn began on social media as a documentation of my floristry journey.

“I started receiving order requests from family & friends realising the potential for growth.

“As orders expanded to the general public and involvement in wedding fairs & markets, Wild Blodyn evolved into a business. Now with my own premises, I host workshops and now open my doors to the public.”

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