The expression of emotions and feelings with flowers is one of the most beautiful art forms.
The first floristry wedding seminar in Moldova will take place under the guidance of Slava Roska - famous international florist.
Slava Roska took part in many exhibitions and symposiums florists and has repeatedly won at international floristry competitions.
Slava Rosca was born in Moldova and began studying floristry when he was 15. At age 19 he moved to Russia, where he was able to realize his dream and achieve success. Talent, imagination, ambitions and progressive ideas brought him to international competitions, and he has established himself in the world of floristry. Slava has a studio where he creates unique bouquets, compositions, decoration, but always finds time for his hobby, which is devoted for almost 10 years - master classes organized for other florists and for those who are passionate about floristry.
For four days, from 7 to 10 September you can work together with Slava, create floral masterpieces and take part in the wedding decor of the restaurant. Do not miss this chance to get a unique experience, because you have the opportunity:
Those who are interested can sign up for a seminar on our page on Facebook or call Aurelia Malai by phone 079 413 938.
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