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Moyses Stevens, Royal Florist launches flower school at it's new London studio PDF Print E-mail

Wednesday, 24 October 2012 15:40


Learn to make fabulous flower arrangements at The Moyses Stevens Flower School


Moyses Stevens is excited to announce the launch of its first flower school at its newly opened studio in North London. Students can indulge their love of flowers while learning new skills from some of the most talented florists in the country.

At weekly classes students will learn how to make beautiful bouquets and tied bunches, elegant table arrangements, stylish seasonal displays and decorations, Christmas Wreaths, gifts and so much more. Classes can be bought individually or special offers run for the purchase of multiple classes. Students will make and take home one piece per session. The informative and creative classes are also available for private parties and corporate team building sessions.


Moyses Stevens is the quintessentially English florist, a company steeped in tradition and history and has been creating beautiful flower arrangements for nearly 150 years. With an unrivalled reputation for top quality exquisite flowers and plants it is proud to hold the Royal Warrant for His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales.

Moyses Stevens has been supplying a loyal customer base for generations, and its customers include HRH Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, Rhianna, James Blunt, Claudia Schiffer, Will Young, and Princess Beatrice.

The company also provides flowers for leading society, corporate and A-list celebrity events, and is resident florist at some of the finest hotels, clubs and restaurants in London including The Intercontinental Hotel, Le Meridien Hotel, The Corinthia Hotel (featured on the X Factor), The Royal Automobile Club and The RAF club, they have concessions within The White Company Sloane Square and Villandry Marylebone.


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