January has seen the team at Pinstripes and Peonies busier than ever! Continuing to enhance their enviable reputation as one of the industry’s leading florists they keep seeing growth month after month and what would normally be a quiet month, has proved no exception!
The florists were lucky enough to work in the gorgeous Sir John Soanes Museum at the beginning of the month bringing beautiful spring-feel flowers and lanterns providing a gorgeous glow to the incredible Library-Dining Room which is just one of their favourite spaces for an intimate and atmospheric event.
That very same evening they were also at the sensational Dulwich Picture Gallery providing a gorgeous long table arrangement in yet another intimate dining space within the Keeper’s Cottage – using antique style bud vases with sumptuous orange tulips for a very Dutch evening! Plus, they delivered both events in the Snowmageddon that, sort of, hit London – rain, sleet, snow or shine, Pinstripes and Peonies will deliver your flowers every time! (Poetry is always free of charge to their favourites…)
This week has also seen work at the Museum of London supporting the Museum for an event with their Chairman. It’s always such an honour to be asked to be involved in such an important event for the Museum or any Unique Venue, to be trusted to deliver the best of the best.
The florists also delivered beautiful flowers to the Science Museum in the prestigious Smith Centre for a beautiful drinks reception, a chance to see the Museum’s collections in this space is such an incredible opportunity –the Museum is undergoing such a transformation and it’s such an exciting time for the building and the Events Team. If you haven’t been to the Wonderlab slides, do it!
It’s also been a keen week for buttonholes with over 65 made by the expert team of florists and all for corporate Clients – could this be the return of the buttonhole?
All in all, an incredible two weeks and they go into the final days of January with two of their biggest events yet coming in the same weekend – if you can’t find them, they’ll be catching up on nap time under layers of foliage!