Seasonal Bouquets with Slow Flowers


Join Walyalup (Fremantle) based floral artist Kiara from Slow Flowers in this beautiful and hands-on workshop celebrating seasonal blooms. Spend some time in the warehouse learning the art of floristry and creating a large & abundant arrangement that speaks to you.

Enjoy Kiara's botanical knowledge and supply of locally-sourced, in-season flowers to create a generous statement bunch. 

You'll leave with the confidence to whip up your own creations in the future, whether it be from the garden or your local flower supplier.

All tools and materials are provided. 

There are no previous skills required, simply bring your authentic self

Participants are welcome to bring along their own aprons or borrow one of ours. 


  • Time in our warehouse with a local floral artist
  • Your own handcrafted bouquet of seasonal flowers
  • The skills to continue at home

Important details

Please note images are promotional and may not represent the exact blooms you'll be working with. The flowers on the day of your workshop will depend on seasonality and availability.

About Slow Flowers

Slowflowers is a small perth based business delivering fun and wild blooms for all of Perth to enjoy. Kiara is inspired by the idea of a sustainable floristry approach and dreams of contributing to an industry with less wastage that doesn't compromise the environment or creative style. Using a combination of native flowers and a pastel colour palette, Kiara creates for bunches, small events and workshops.

Terms and Conditions

Please note this class requires a minimum of 6 attendees in order to run. All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. If you are unable to make your date you are able to send someone else in your place. You can find more details in our Terms and Conditions.

Photos by Louise Coghill

Workshops at Stackwood

Meet new people + practice presence while learning a valuable craft or skill.

Curated workshops are held in our beautiful, light-filled hall, and
range from gardening knowhow to pottery, wood carving to cooking. Enjoy learning new — or indeed old — skills, and leave with a lovely object of your own making.