Floral Design for Kids
50% OFF with coupon code FORKIDS50 Floral Classes that Kids Can do with Parents, Teachers and Sitters!
For 50% OFF this course bundle of 8 flower classes that kids can do with an adult, enter coupon code FORKIDS50 at checkout.
We know kids flower arranging!
We've been teaching kids flower arranging classes for 10 years at the renowned Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens for its education program. We've taught girl scout troops how to finish their flower badges and held summer flower camps at our studio. Now, you can teach your own kids or students how to make flowers based on our tried and true lessons.
Here is a FREE course bundle with kids in mind. These are easy to follow flower classes with more to come. Jump in and enjoy the flowers. Great for kids ages 6 and up to work with parents at home.
NOTE::: Local grocery stores and farmers markets are stocked with flowers. Buy a mixed bouquet or two for these lessons.
Kit & Casey
Sisters Casey (Coleman) Schwartz and Kit (Coleman) Wertz began their floral design business in 1999. We started Flower Duet as a part-time weekend business after Casey had retired from designing flowers on luxury cruise ships around the world and Kit had immersed herself in floral design courses for a few years. We love creating custom wedding flowers for all types of brides and grooms, directing corporate team-building reward events for large and small companies and teaching flower arranging to budding floral designers and the dedicated floral enthusiast. Flower Duet has been our full-time passion for the last decade and it shows as we are preferred floral vendors at many premium wedding and event venues throughout Los Angeles.
Sought-after guest speakers, creators of special event flowers for clients all over Southern California, teachers of our flower arranging classes around greater Los Angeles, we've been floral instructors at The Huntington Library, Art Museum and Botanical Gardens, for the past 12 years. Kit and Casey have been featured in national publications including The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post and Florists' Review Magazine and appeared on television including the Hallmark Channel, DIY Network, PBS, and Fox5 San Diego.