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Lavender Green Flowers

Tuesday, February 21, 2017 - 15:30

Starting at the Serpentine Gallery for a brand launch, Lavender Green Flowers (LGF) were presented with a brief where the company wanted an ombré effect down the length of the long table moving from white through to pale pink to hot fuchsia using a delicate mix of roses and ranunculus. Set upon gold antique vases, the vision was nothing less that pure luxury.

The Historic Royal Palaces showcase was certainly a big highlight of February in the events world. This year, LGF had the pleasure of partnering up with the Tower of London, Rhubarb Catering, Fisher Productions, Great Hire and Sternberg Clarke to name a few! The brief this year “Let Your Event Grow” and “Plant Your Palace” allowed this florist to get creative in dressing various areas of the Tower in different seasons. Starting in the White Tower, a winter scene was set using sparkling white birch archways and guests were greeted with warming lanterns, frosted shepherd’s crooks and stunning amaryllis. Moving on to the New Armouries, varieties of bulbs in numerous bottles looked dainty and pretty scattered down the length of the long tables – an indicator that Spring and Summer had arrived. And who better to capture this moment than photographer Holly Clark.

The iconic V&A was the scene for a large corporate Black Tie dinner at the beginning of the month. With spring just around the corner, their client opted for beautiful blues, yellows and greens with pretty, scented spring flowers including Muscari, Narcissi and stems of stunning Delphinium. Guests arrived in the Dome for a champagne reception, and two large freestanding displays groaning with flowers dominated the space with spring posies and twinkling nightlights placed on tables around the bar. Dinner followed in the magnificent Raphael Gallery on two 75ft long tables decorated with glass lanterns, gorgeous spring posies and clusters of nightlights twinkling down the centre of each table.

After being closed for restoration for over a year, The Queen’s House Wedding Showcase opened the season with Lavender Green Flowers and Table Talk. This is a beautiful venue for a wedding or a corporate event and is a must for event managers to visit.

Valentine’s Day at Lavender Green Flowers’ South Kensington store attracted enormous interest with floral love letters and lighting by Wise Productions providing a romantic background for thousands of selfies.