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This wedding course is centred around design elements, principles and contemporary composition, as well as essential design basics and colour theory that you can apply to any event, or area of floral design. It takes passion, dedication and persistence to make it in the floral industry. Together we will discuss what it means to work in the floral industry, and equip you with the all the tools you will need to start doing events on your own. Not to mention adding contemporary designs to your growing portfolio!

Course Outline

Fall 2022 Wedding Course dates coming soon
  • 10 in-person floral design classes including all flowers & supplies
  • Florist Tool Kit valued at $150
  • Business starter take-away bundle
  • Certification of completion
  • Resume reference 

What's Included

Tuition $3000 

Meet Your Instructor:


Lindsey Noble

My name is Lindsey and I've been in the creative industry of floral design for nine years.


My love of flowers and colour came from a young age, and has stayed with me throughout my life. Floral design is a fun way to apply creativity by mixing colour palettes, textures, nature and its elements to create something beautiful and unique.


Flowers are a language themselves, and they have a lot to say.


"Floral Support's Wedding Course has given me the skills and knowledge to create the more complex and normally intimidating wedding floristry items like arbor installations and bridal bouquets. But more importantly, Rachel and Lindsey's encouragement and general loveliness has boosted my confidence so much. They have made me feel confident in my personal floristry style and inspired me to keep pursuing it.

Each class was the highlight of my week and I couldn't recommend this course more. Every week you'll be learning from the best, gaining insight into the business side of wedding floristry, and getting your hands on so many gorgeous blooms."

- Genevieve, @gensblooms 

 graduate of Spring 2021 course


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*Classes will be following all COVID-19 regulations