Beautiful wedding: Create a moodboard
Who is this course for?
Want to get creative but don’t know where to start? Come and learn how to create a mood board for a wedding which will help you decide on the theme, colours, flowers, favours and much more!
Creating something new, using your hands, learning a new skill and making friends can help us to feel less isolated, can increase our self esteem and encourage us to use our time more productively, giving us a greater sense of wellbeing.
“No one can give wellbeing to you. It’s you who has to take action,”
Professor Stewart Brown
This workshop will introduce you to the first step in creating a beautiful wedding. You will be bringing together sources of inspiration including images and colours to create an A3 mood board which you can take away with you.
Support and feedback
To find out how you are getting on, you will have one-to-one discussions with your tutor.
Additional costs and requirements
We provide the A3 boards, the glue and lots of magazines for you to use. Please bring any spare magazines that you have – these can relate to weddings, travel brochures, nature and general interest magazines would be great too.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
About the tutor
Sam Brown currently works as a tutor for Learn Devon running courses in craft and design. Prior to this she had a varied career working as a Graphic Designer, an Interior Designer and as a Manager in interior and fashion retail.
Sam has a BA(Hons) in Design/Typography from the University of Plymouth as well as diplomas in Interior Design and Fashion and Textile Design.
Since childhood, Sam has loved making handcrafted pieces, developing skills in needlecraft and creative textiles techniques. She is interested in combining old and new technologies in her work from hand embroidery to digitally printed fabrics and from letterpress printing to Adobe Creative Cloud.
“I love teaching adults new skills – whether for pleasure or to pursue a new career, every course is unique in that friendships are formed, skills are learnt and dreams are followed.”
Samantha Brown, Arts & Crafts Tutor, Learn Devon.