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5 Days Left! Countdown to The Jeff Leatham Floral Experience

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Jeff_Leatham_floral_experience-page-001BellaNaija Weddings is counting down the days until the master of floral design Jeff Leatham arrives – Only five days left!

The artistic director of The Four Seasons Paris – George V – will be hosting a masterclass on the 21st March at the Wheatbaker Hotel, Ikoyi that will inspire all who attend.

Jeff Leatham’s masterclasses are a chance to see the master at his best -passion, energy and enthusiasm.

Be prepared to enjoy a morning of art, design, good food, great company and an opportunity to unlock the hidden artist in you.

~ Here’s what to expect at the event next week!

A welcome breakfast followed by The Art of Luxury entertaining and Floral Design masterclass –
Dinner at the Wheatbaker hotel sponsored by Bollinger with an exclusive collection by Lanre Da Silva Ajayi inspired by Jeff Leatham.

Date: Monday 21st  March 2016

Venue: Wheatbaker hotel -4 Onitolo (Lawrence Road), Ikoyi, Lagos, Nigeria

Registration closes on Thursday 17th March at midnight – For more information please contact: +2349033278818.

The Jeff Leatham Floral Experience is organised by The Bridal Circle. Official event partners are: Bollinger Champagne, The Wheatbaker Hotel, Lanre Da Silva Ajayi (LDA), Aralia by Nature, Ink Heart Designs, Angelika’s homestore, Sara O events, Abu Salami Photography & Film, The Etiquette Avenue, Alakija Studios, Magniva Group, BellaNaija Weddings, Kamdora, Mania Magazine, Hello Nigeria, Guardian Life and Pulse.ng. _______________________________________________________________________

BellaNaija Weddings is a Media Partner for The Jeff Leatham Floral Experience

1 Comment

  1. Adele

    March 16, 2016 at 8:29 pm

    You have 2 dates on the flier, but only mentioned what to expect on the 21st, I hope the 22nd event would equally be worthwhile for participants. No details on that one makes it seem those participants don’t matter as much or the 22nd class isn’t as important as the 21st class

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