2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook 
    Feb 29, 2024  
2021-2022 Catalog and Student Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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FLOR 204B - Traditional Weddings

Credits: 3
Designed to provide the student with theory and lab experience in the styling of floral pieces specific to weddings. Body flowers, carrying pieces, ceremony and reception designs will be executed. Consultation, service and delivery procedures will be covered, as well as ordering and pricing.

Student Learning Outcomes
  1. Conduct a wedding consultation and properly fill in a wedding form (human relations).
  2. Outline the details of servicing a wedding.
  3. Give examples of current trends and themes in the wedding industry.
  4. Estimate the cost of a hypothetical wedding according to formulas given (math component).
  5. Compile an extended market sheet for ordering product to be made up production style (math component).
  6. Identify common wedding supplies and explain their uses.
  7. Create, within time limits, mechanically sound and aesthetically acceptable carrying pieces for bride or attendants.
  8. Construct a large altar arrangement according to design principles given.
  9. Design ceremony pieces, reception pieces and special body flowers according to industry standards.
  10. Explain proper etiquette concerning weddings and acceptable practices concerning relations with service industry members.
  11. Relate the importance and meaning of ethnic weddings, religious customs and symbolism to the consultation/planning process (human relations).

Prerequisite: COM 115  and FLOR 102B  

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