Lavender Green Flowers have been extremely busy this month with an average of 9 events each day, not including the abundance of weddings, bouquet deliveries and weekly contracts across London! On top of this, it is incredibly exciting for them to be included in events at some of the newer UVL venues, as well as their favourites.
The Imperial War Museum was the most spectacular setting for the launch of Louise Perry Events. Under the mesmerising glass arched ceiling, the top of the museum was transformed into a magical midsummer dream setting with the help from LGF, Velvet Living, Sound By Design with delicious treats from Peyton Events and fun entertainment by Get Funked. The majority of their designs revolved around a woodland style using rich green foliage, fun succulents with ambient lanterns and tealights – creating quite a different atmosphere to the historic artefacts of the lower floors.
At the Dulwich Picture Gallery, against the traditional décor, LGF used rich, opulent and luxurious designs in deep red (well suited to the autumnal colours starting to appear outside!).
Opposing the style of the previous, this florist opted for quirky, vibrant designs reflecting that of Notting Hill – the spirited setting of the Museum of Brands! It wouldn’t seem quite right to go for traditional designs in this location amongst the fun packaging so the majority of vases used involved pumpkins, gourds and other varieties of vegetables all sprayed in neon colours with just a dash of glitter.
Other venues Lavender Green Flowers have been present at over the last couple of weeks numerous times can include the Royal Academy of Arts, Two Temple Place, the Tower of London, the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery. With the team putting their woodwork skills to the test producing various wooden frames it will be interested to see what delights appear at the Natural History Museum next week!