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A Glossary of Flower Arranging Instruction Terms

The seemingly simple daisy is part of a family that includes more than 22,000 currently-known species. Imagine the myriad different flowers, styles and functions at your fingertips when you learn floral arrangement as a hobby or career. These key terms will help you better embark upon instruction in this beautiful and varied art form.

  • Artificial Flowers – Artificial flowers can be made of silk, of course, but also nylon, fabric, polyester and paper origami. Many weddings are decorated with artificial flowers.
  • Floral Design School – Floral design school can take a few weeks or up to a year. Instruction may cover silk flower design, wedding design and flower shop management. You may be trained to execute both traditional and contemporary styles.
  • Ikebana – Ikebana is a Japanese design tradition spanning seven centuries. Ikebana emphasizes minimalism. Stems and branches may dominate an arrangement. The vase plays a large role in the overall work. Ikebana workshops and courses abound, even outside of urban areas.
  • Master Gardener Programs – These volunteer programs are oriented towards teaching the public how to grow gardens. Master gardeners also hold free instructional demonstrations that cover such topics as making holiday centerpieces, fresh-cut flower arrangements, and beautiful gift bouquets.
  • Master Florist – According to the Bureau of Labor and Statistics, “Floral design is the only design specialty that does not require formal postsecondary training.” That said, you may wish to seek licensure for the sake of strengthening your reputation and competency. To become a master florist, you must complete your state’s necessary coursework and pass an exam.
  • Pressed Flower Craft – This art form consists of pressing petals and leaves into a flower press. Roses, carnations and mums are great for this craft. A pressed flower class will teach you how to make elegant cards, bookmarks and artwork.
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    Floral Designs
    231 Main St, Eastchester, NY 10709
    (914) 771-7133
    West Nyack Floral
    726 W Nyack Rd, West Nyack, NY 10994
    (845) 353-2203
    K C Flower Shop
    2216 Broadway, New York, NY 10024
    (212) 787-0151
    Citifloral Inc
    1661 York Ave Frnt 2, New York, NY 10128
    (212) 410-0303
    Peter Cooper Flower Shop
    4103 31st Ave, Astoria, NY 11103
    (718) 274-7673
    Garden Designs Associates Inc
    4225 Vernon Blvd, Long Island City, NY 11101
    (718) 729-0910
    The Plant House Inc
    107 W 28th St, New York, NY 10001
    (212) 564-5500
    Oscar Mora Floral Art At
    120 W 28th St, New York, NY 10001
    (212) 929-6938
    Chelsea Flower & Design
    307 7th Ave, New York, NY 10001
    (212) 727-2922
    L'Ecole Des Fleurs
    33 W 19th St, New York, NY 10011
    (917) 520-4569
    Jasmine's Floral Design
    543 5th Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11215
    (718) 965-0259
    New Events
    2305 Coney Island Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11223
    (718) 376-1361
    Meadowsweet
    791 Fort Salonga Rd, Northport, NY 11768
    (631) 262-7688
    Creative Floral
    55 Dale St, West Babylon, NY 11704
    (631) 270-4164
    Champion Wholesale and Import LLC
    660 Montrose Ave, South Plainfield, NJ 07080
    (908) 548-8991


    Knowing how to arrange flowers expertly is an art, and anyone with a flair for the creative can achieve this. You must love flowers, and it helps if you’re not allergic. Putting together a floral arrangement isn’t always as easy as it looks. Sign up for flower arranging instruction to learn how to create a beautiful bouquet or centerpiece. After a few classes and courses, you’ll be creating wedding centerpieces and garden planters like a pro. Many area florists provide free or fee-based flower arrangement classes right in the store. Other classes are offered by skilled instructors who have backgrounds as florists or artists. They may offer these classes within a high school or college setting. Many have specialties, such as silk flower arranging or paper flower origami. Once you decide which type of instruction you want, whether fresh petals or fake ones, look into the many projects you can achieve. Create a wedding bouquet train to impress everyone at the next big event, or make an artificial floral rose vase out of nylon netting. Students can even learn how to grow their own flowers, then cut and arrange them once bloomed. Flowers make great gifts: who doesn’t love to receive a well-designed fresh daisy bouquet? From the more flashy contemporary and modern to the more subdued traditional, floral arrangement is an art that can easily be learned. Use fabrics, paper, or real petals to design your wedding or other event through school courses. The art of origami, dating back to the 6th century, is derived from the Japanese word “ori” which means “to fold” and “kami” which means “paper.”
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