What You'll Get
Flowers—like synchronized swimming and spastically waving two on-fire oven mitts in the sky—express emotions that words cannot. Convey the unconveyable with today's Groupon to Boulevard Florist Wholesale Market in Lawndale. Choose between the following options:
• For $12, you get $25 worth of mini floral-design classes.
• For $32, you get $65 worth of regular floral-design classes.
Helmed by experienced petal whisperers, Boulevard Florist Wholesale Market's mini and regular floral-design classes teach students the art of fashioning well-arranged flower bundles. Novice floral designers can learn to shape bouquets, create centerpieces, and care for and handle flowers in the class of their choice. Enroll in a 90-minute mini class such as Basic Design Techniques to learn floral fundamentals ($30), or take the Boutonniere and Corsage course to craft a stylish formalwear accessory from wire, tape, and spitting flowers ($20).
The regular floral-design classes are held over the course of one–two days and cover a variety of topics, including Garden-Style European Design ($65), Floral Arranging for Parties ($80), and Rose Arranging ($60). Students must bring any tools needed to complete class tasks, such as scissors for cutting stems and knives for whittling a wooden figurine of your prom date.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Dec 1, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Materials not included. May redeem across visits. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Boulevard Florist Wholesale Market
The florists at Boulevard Florist Wholesale Market outfit patrons with tropical flowers, hanging baskets, and floral equipment to beautify their dwellings. Their boston ferns and caladium plants impress visitors with their fecund green leaves, and purple chrysanthemums or roses add color to kitchens not already covered in tomato sauce. The staffers also deliver blooms, and impart their green-thumbing knowledge during floral-design classes held across two weekend days or 90 minutes.