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Lavender Green Flowers

Thursday, October 6, 2016 - 09:30

September always presents itself as one of the more exciting times of the year for Lavender Green Flowers. With the summer holidays finishing and corporate events in full swing, this florist has found themselves in attendance at a multitude of venues from ships to palaces to swanky bars.

It was lovely for them to be chosen at a very familiar venue a couple of weeks ago. Hintze Hall at the Natural History Museum provided the perfect setting for a large dinner. The flowers were chic and sophisticated in a variety of mirrored containers filled with pretty blue and white flowers.
Moving into royal territory, LGF were proud to provide the flowers at a number of important palaces. Hampton Court Palace, Kensington Palace and St. James’s Palace never cease to impress. They were built for entertaining and flowers are integral. Impressive urns overflowing with lush domes of flowers look magnificent in these opulent spaces, and the natural result complement and enhance the rich fabric of the buildings.
Back at the Wallace Collection, the floral designs installed by Lavender Green Flowers were particularly striking with the stunning colour combination of beautiful “end of summer” tones, - domes of autumnal blue/purple Hydrangea, beautiful Diana’s Memory Dahlia with Ocean Song and Cool Water Roses and textured purple Veronica. Lime green foliage additions then added depth to contrast the mirrored urns.
LGF are delighted to announce the renewal of their supplier accreditation at the contemporary Saatchi Gallery. Having worked there regularly this year for the exhilarating “Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones” exhibition, they are looking forward with anticipation to future exciting exhibitions.
Over the coming weeks, watch out for LGF at several more UVL venues including many Galleries and Museums, the Tower of London, Cutty Sark and Somerset House (just to name a few!).