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Seminar for flower arrangers,balloon decorators



Fresh flowers and balloons add beauty to parties and events. Learn the basic techniques for flower arrangement to create beautiful floral designs and   the art of balloon decorating for all occasions in one event.

The Golden Treasure Skills and Development Program will conduct a one day seminar on fresh flower arrangement combined with balloon decoration on March 3, Sunday, from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This will be held at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay City.

The seminar will cover the basic principles of floral design with hands-on experience for the making of the long and low arrangements wherein participants will have a hands-on experience on how to make triangle arrangement, oval arrangement, minimal flower designs, wrist corsage, bouquet for loved ones, roses in a box and many more.

The seminar will teach how to make balloon decoration with hands-on experience  on how to make three balloons  in a mug, round balloon arrangement, balloon topiary, arch balloon, balloon inside the balloon and many more.

The sourcing of  materials, costing and step by step guidelines on how to start and maintain a flower shop business will also be discussed.

All the materials, handouts for fresh flower and balloons to be used for hands-on will be provided including lunch and snacks and the certificate of training will also be given to the participants.

For questions call 9136551; 4211577 and 436-7826 or log on to www.GoldenTreasureSkills.com or like us on facebook.


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