Belgravia in Bloom workshops and events

Make the most of Belgravia in Bloom 2023 with these exciting floral-themed workshops.

A vase filled with biscuits that look like a bunch of flowers

Celebrate all things floral with these special Belgravia in Bloom events and workshops, hosted by some of your favourite Belgravia brands.



Floral icing classes at Biscuiteers

Pipe, feather and ice floral-themed biscuits at an icing class at Biscuiteers in Eccleston Yards. Led by an expert icer, the two-hour workshop includes plenty of tricks and techniques that you can try at home. You’ll leave the class with a beautiful tin of biscuits you’ve iced yourself. Book a place on an icing class. 24 and 27 May

A vase filled with biscuits that look like a bunch of flowers


MasterPeace workshops

Create your very own vibrant Electric Jellyfish masterpiece at MasterPeace in Eccleston Yards. The workshop includes a complimentary glass of wine or fruity drink. Book your place on the MasterPeace website. From £45 per person. 11am on 27 May.


Floristry workshops and floral-inspired lunch menus at The Lanesborough

Enjoy two flower-themed masterclasses at The Lanesborough hotel during Belgravia in Bloom.

The first masterclass will take place on Wednesday 24 May with a meet and greet with two of the hotel’s in-house artists, Anna Masters and Dawn Stacey, both of which specialise in floral works. Both artists have exhibited art in The Lanesborough Grill and during the lunch time service, both artists will be creating artworks live in the moment. Starting from 12pm, the class costs £48 per person, including a private view, meet and greet with Anna Masters and Dawn Stacey and the three-course special Belgravia in Bloom set lunch menu.  Both artists will bring additional works, which will be available for sale during the day. Book your tickets here.

The second masterclass event will take place at 3pm on Thursday 25 May 2023 in collaboration with Rizzoli International Publications with Sandra Sigman, an award-winning floral designer and owner of Les Fleurs, arranging flowers in the French style – bouquets and arrangements that are chic and romantic. Sandra will do a live demonstration flower arranging masterclass, whilst talking about her new book French Blooms.

Tickets will be priced at £65 per person, including a glass of Champagne and Lanesborough afternoon tea canapes. Signed copies of French Blooms will be available for sale on the day. Book your tickets here.

To accompany the floral festivities, the hotel is also hosting a special Belgravia in Bloom set lunch, which will be served daily in The Lanesborough Grill. Executive Chef, Shay Cooper has put together a floral-inspired three-course lunch costing £38 per person for two courses and £48 per person for three courses.


Cake decorating workshop at Amie Wine Studio

Enjoy a floral-themed cake decorating workshop led by Dee’s Basement founder Dee Omole on Saturday 27 May at Amie Wine Studio in Eccleston Yards.

Dee will demonstrate different piping methods and get you ready for decorating your own, unique bento cake.

The workshop will take place from 11am to 1pm on Saturday 27 May.

Tickets cost £48 per person, including unlimited Amie wine and a cake decorating demonstration by Dee. Different decoration options will include buttercream in a variety of colours and toppings, such as edible flowers, cherries and fresh fruit. Tickets are non-refundable. Book your place on the cake decorating workshop here.

Botanical appliqué workshop at Edward Bulmer Natural Paint

Design your own three dimensional flower artwork to take home at this creative workshop on 25 May at Edward Bulmer Natural Paint.

To celebrate the launch of artist Natasha Hulse’s latest collection with furniture makers Lorfords Contemporary, Natasha will be hosting the special workshop at Edward Bulmer’s Ebury Road store as part of Belgravia in Bloom 2023.

Taking the botanical appliqué used on her new headboard collection as the starting inspiration, this informal workshop will show students how to work with fabric and natural paints to design their own three dimensional flower artwork to take away from the workshop and frame at home.

An introductory demonstration will showcase Natasha’s individual approach to appliqué as she explains her creative process step-by-step. Then it’s onto a ‘hands-on’ session with a guided lesson of drawing artworks, filling flowers with pattern, colour and decorative elements using paint and fabrics techniques.

Students will also have a chance to view the Edward Bulmer Natural Paint store with a special installation of Natasha’s works.

All levels are welcome. Book the workshop.

Image courtesy of Lorfords and Natasha Hulse.