All pomanders and flower balls shown in this page are made by students, instructor and graduates of California Flower Art Academy. Have you ever heard of POMANDER ? How about FLOWER BALLS ? Don't you know KISSING BALLS ? Many people have never heard of it and they have no idea at all about these terminologies. They are balls made of flowers and often used at weddings. Typically this item is held by a bride or used for decorating chairs at weddings.
Historically pomander was a ball of perfume and it was believed to protect against infection especially in times of pestilence in Europe. Nowadays this ball made of flowers has become one of mandatory floral decorations at the time of weddings. This COULD be placed on the table of a wedding party as a decoration. Brides look more beautiful at weddings and they may be protected during the coming long life by holding a pomander. Many pomanders available in the market are fake and they are not made of flowers.
California Flower Art Academy has been doing its best efforts for minimizing the increase of lesson fees since its foundation back in 1990. We have been trying to keep the original prices of lesson fees somehow or other. However for the past 24 years, the prices and cost of everything have been raised such as gasoline, classroom rent, flower materials fee as well as electricity and gas charge whatsoever. Being such situation we were obliged to make a slight increase on lesson fees of some programs/courses.
We are still making our best efforts not to raise or minimize increase rate of lesson fees in the sincere hope that our students can afford to learn at our school. As seen from our lesson fees on the internet, the tuition of most programs/courses still remain very affordable. All lesson fees announced on the internet include not only tuition but also flowers and some other materials such as floral foam ("Oasis") and containers as well unless otherwise described.
If you have any questions about our programs, courses and curriculum, feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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