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Twilight Trees turns six

Thursday, February 6, 2020 - 17:15

Twilight Trees has celebrated another year in the treetops as the event tree specialist turned six years old this January. This past year has been the strongest yet for the company, with the addition of new products, team members and accolades. Their trees are firm favourites with many of the Unique Venues of London venues and work beautifully to accentuate the individuality of each setting.

With a varied collection ranging from LED to floral trees, 2019 saw the exciting introduction of the ‘Party Tree’. At 4.5 metres, this tree stands amongst the tallest in their forest. The weeping willow style branches tumble with glittering LED’s which can be set in multiple colours to suit a variety of occasions.

This past year has seen the Twilight Trees team increase in strength with an addition of for new members and their first ever distribution partner. With weddings being a huge part of the business, the company were ecstatic to receive the title of ‘Regional Winners’ at The Wedding Industry Awards in the ‘Special Touch’ category. 2019 also saw the successful launch of their online ‘Boutique’ which sells artificial plants and foliage of the very best quality.

In November Twilight Trees launched their Christmas Trees on none other than both Old and New Bond Street, where over 30 trees took up residency for a 10-week period. Christmas is one of the busiest times of the year for the company and they provide an array of both trees and more specialist projects throughout the season. Amongst many events and installations, 2019 saw them create bespoke wreaths to stand alongside their White Maple Trees for the Waldorf Hilton. A festive Golden Delicious tree stood in pride of place at London’s Corinthia hotel and their LED Cherry Trees glittered next to the rooftop pool at The Ned.