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Twilight Trees made an accredited supplier at Kew Gardens

Tuesday, March 10, 2020 - 15:00

One of the many benefits of being in the events industry is getting to work at some of the most extraordinary venues and locations around the country. 

For Twilight Trees, the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew (or Kew Gardens) is one of those very spots, a perennial favourite as it offers so much, not just the shared love and appreciation of flora in all its forms, but to find such a historical oasis of calm and beauty just 30 minutes from central London is amazing in itself. Recently, Twilight Trees have been made a 'preferred supplier' at this glorious and iconic venue and thrilled to have made this illustrious list alongside fellow industry leaders.

Twilight Trees have lent their floral charm to several events within the Gardens at Kew already having worked with florist Mary Jane Vaughn in the Nash Conservatory and The Orangery on several occasions and to great effect. Their giant Wisteria draped its delicate branches over a circular bar within the Orangery providing a beautiful and delicate focal point to an event and to see the Japanese Blossom trees positioned amid the happy guests at a wedding at the Nash Conservatory with candles gently glowing at their bases was breathtaking.

The excitement that there are still so many lovely locations within Kew Gardens that this creative team have yet to work is an opportunity that will hopefully be realised this year.

Offering a feast for all the senses, Kew Gardens and Twilight Trees are a stunning match where real and faux coalesce beautifully, here’s to many wonderful events.