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Workshop | Wired Bouquets with Shane Connolly

This workshop is part of the Public Programme for the exhibition of Constance Spry

Shane Connolly, guest co-curator of the Constance Spry exhibition, will be hosting this demonstration and workshop on wired bouquets.

Inspired by Spry’s technique, this workshop will take you through the basics of wired floral arrangements from the hairpin method to the piercing method. You will have the opportunity to create a wired floral boutonniere to take home with you.

Workshop Leader

  • Shane Connolly

    Shane Connolly

    Floral designer Shane Connolly champions the use of seasonal British Grown Flowers and has written five books. The latest title, “Discovering the Meaning of Flowers”, explores the symbolism and language of flowers.

    Shane designed the flowers for the Marriage of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall in 2005, and again for the Wedding of TRH The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in 2011. He proudly holds a Royal Warrant of Appointment to both HRH The Prince of Wales and HM The Queen.

    Shane is the guest co-curator of the Garden Museum's Constance Spry exhibition.

Image: Workroom at Constance Spry’s Marylebone Road School of Floristry, c.1940 / RHS Lindley Collections