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ADULT: €150


Welcome in the Easter Season with a Wreath Making Workshop, a Long Table Lunch & your own wreath to take home.

To mark the season we invite you to join us to weave springs’s delicate branch and blooms into a beautiful natural style Easter wreath.

With a welcome and introduction by Fionnuala Brabazon. The workshop is led by our Lead Florist Hanka Miziova. We will begin with refreshments on arrival, a demonstration followed by a foraging walk to get inspired by the Gardens, Woodlands and Hedgerows of Killruddery. Together we will share a Long Table Lunch and at the end of the workshop you will go home with a wreath made by your own hands ready to decorate your front door or location of choice.

All materials are supplied, to best represent this time of year.

The workshop is for anyone who wants to enjoy creating with beautiful seasonal material.

About Killruddery Cut Flowers, seasonal, earth friendly cut flowers – grown in our Victorian Walled Garden. Our flowers selection is curated carefully by Head Gardener Daragh Farren, informed by our founder Fionnuala Brabazon and Lead Florist Hanka Miziova, we create beautiful seasonal arrangements, inspired by the estate’s 17th century gardens, bio-diverse woodlands and cut flower beds for workshops, weddings and available in our Farm Shop for your Table + Doors.

About Hanka Miziova, our Lead Florist at Killruddery, is passionate about all things floral + sustainable, right after completing her Masters degree in landscape design and urbanism, Hanka went on to train in floristry and opened her own floral business, which she ran for four years and then went on to explore and engage in high-end event floristry creating fast-paced floral designs for large scale events while there she was inspired by Italian native florals in their natural environments. With eight years of experience in floristry and limitless curiosity in seasonal floral possibilities, Hanka places importance on strengthening the connection that people have with flowers, and perceives flowers to be a delicate means to bring people closer to nature in a creative and meaningful way.



Seasonal Supper Club - Everything perfect from beginning to end, atmospheric setting, wonderful staff and service, the food was so fresh and full of flavour and presented so well, a credit to the head chef Niall, whose visit to each table also made it special. A credit to the whole team, we will definitely be back.

Stephen, Wicklow