Everlasting Dried Flower Wreath Workshop

Everlasting Dried Flower Wreath Workshop

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Join us at our sustainable design shop in West London for this wonderfully creative way to kickstart the festive season, as we immerse ourselves in nature by creating beautiful Christmas wreaths.

In this 1.5 hour workshop led by Marianne Johnson of the East London Florist Sweetpea, you will work with local, seasonal dried flowers and foliage to create a sustainable wreath that will stay looking beautiful year after year. 

We will provide mince pies and mulled wine to get you in the Christmas spirit.

Date: Wednesday 24th November 6:30- 8pm

Please arrive at our workshop promptly for a 6:30pm start. 

Goldfinger Academy craft courses are led by talented local makers who are passionate about crafting sustainably. You can find their work on sale in our sustainable design shop.Working for the good of both people and planet, we offer free community spaces to those on low income wages. Find out more about our impact here.

Free community spaces

In order to make our workshops accessible to the local community, we offer free spaces to residents facing financial hardship. Spaces will be offered on a first-come-first served basis to participants earning under £19,000. 

You can register for a free space by completing this application form and we will be back in touch to update you on your booking status.

About Sweetpea

London based Sweetpea is led by Marianne Johnson who specialises in creating floral arrangements with a creative edge. Passionate about celebrating nature in all her installations she works with seasonal flowers and foliage to represent nature’s own cycle.

Sweetpea is committed to finding ethical, sustainable solutions to the challenges within the floristry industry. From using recycled packaging and wrapping to donating waste flowers and plants to Flower Angels (a charity the promotes wellbeing through flowers), Sweetpea is continually looking at ways to reduce its carbon footprint and benefit the local community.