Students get creative with wedding flowers

Kingston Maurward’s talented Floristry students showcased their fabulous floral skills with a stunning wedding photo shoot on the Estate.

As part of the College’s continued quest to find inspiring ways to engage students and prepare them for work, the shoot was masterminded by floristry course Manager Tracey Nadin and designed to give students the opportunity to demonstrate skills learned during the course.

The Level 3 students were asked to design and create bridal bouquets, accessories and body adornments using a selection of materials and took to the Estate’s beautiful gardens for the perfect backdrop.

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Beautiful bridal blooms

They created bespoke and on-trend designs showing the depth of the knowledge gained, whilst also attaining vital experience in commercial speed which is required for any wedding or event.

To support this project the students had a professional photographer, Jim Johnson – from Photos By Jim, hair designer Melissa Moore – from Thomas J William in Brewery Square, and make-up artist Iona Oliphant, who is also a Level 3 Floristry student.

Tracey Nadin said: “The whole project went really well, the students loved being so hands on and directing the models in how they wanted the overall look, really giving them lots of valuable experiences and confidence.

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Celebrate in style

“Students really enjoyed the opportunity of directing the style of the images, working with professionals and understanding the technical skills required for such a project. All the images produced will go forward to a final portfolio of their work.”

Kingston Maurward would like to thank models Luke Freeman who is currently studying Level 3 Arboriculture at the College and friend of student Iona Oliphant, Ellie Reynolds-Grey.

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Styling the shoot

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