14 Feb 2014

Will you find our lonely bouquets?

One of our Lonely bouquets before it left for a secret location this morning

So Happy Valentine's to all you lovers out there! Here at Tallulah Rose, we like to share the love a bit and so last night we stayed late and created a few #lonelybouquets. This morning they left for some secret locations in Bath and if you find one...you get to KEEP IT, it's that simple!

Can you spy Rachel putting together a #lonelybouquet last night?

Whether you choose to pass it to a loved one or keep it all to yourself, all we ask is that you follow the instructions on the card and let us know where it's destined for!

For those that live in Bath, happy hunting! We'll be giving you clues via Twitter as the morning goes on so join in the conversation and follow us @tallulahrosey x
11 Feb 2014

Bridal workshops

A beautiful bridal bouquet from a Tallulah Rose student

Yesterday saw our February Career Course students get to grips with bridal bouquets. For a dark, heady, romantic feel (well it is Valentine's this week after all!), we teamed the softly hued Amnesia rose with similarly toned seasonal Hyacinths, Veronica, Succulents and Clematis with contrasting Majolika roses and trailing Jasmin. Tied with a delicate cotton lace ribbon, we love this feel of this bouquet.

Our take on beautifully 'dark florals'

If you would like to learn how to make your own bridal bouquet, along with other key bridal pieces we offer a one day Bridal Day Course every month with our bridal specialist Amy. Our next course is Friday the 21st February and we have just one place remaining. If you would like to join us simply email us at hello@tallulahroseflowers.com or call us on 01225 425 998 to reserve your place.
10 Feb 2014

Flowers from our students

February at its best - Narcissus, Hellbores and Mimosa

Last week our February Career Course students produced some stunning work. We kicked things off moderately on Monday with planted seasonal bulbs and succulent terrariums before getting braver on Tuesday with hand tied bouquets. 

It's fair to say that week one is a huge stretch and the amount the students learn in such a short space of time is amazing. From hand tied bouquets, to oasis work and vase arrangements, there's a different technique to learn everyday and we end the week with the largest scale arrangements - the sympathy spray.

Here at Tallulah Rose, we have a bit of a unique approach to sympathy flowers. We put the same passion into our floral selection as our bridal flowers and create truly beautiful arrangements that reflect the season. 

If you would like to see more of our students work, including our sympathy work, head to our Pinterest Board - flowers from our students and take a peek!

Spring bulbs workshop

Image via Pinterest

With our February Career Course well under way, the school rooms are full of flowers again and we're in our element working with the best that the season can give us. We're also super excited about welcoming our Day Course students this Friday for our Spring Bulbs workshop.

We'll be exploring various ways of presenting seasonal bulbs in the home, from something very rustic and garden style to more contemporary arrangements using clear glass.

If you'd like to fill your home with bulbs then come and join us in beautiful Bath and let us show you how. We have a limited number of places still available so simply call us on 01225 425 998 or email us at hello@tallulahroseflowers.com - as ever we'd love to hear from you!