It’s that time of the year again, when our team comes up with the best floral design ideas for each venue with collaborate with.
We’ve been very lucky to have had this amazing clientele over the years, and we are grateful that they allow us to be creative on their behalf.
Our clients mean the world to us, therefore it’s never a hard task to put their Christmas installation together each year.
It’s time for us to reveal what we’ve been up to these last couple of weeks.
Besides getting organised for next year (and the amazing plans we have prepared for you), we’ve been turning some of our clients’ venues, into their own amazing wonderland. Each and every one of them, bespoke. We want each installation to inspire and tell a story, therefore we always create based on location and interior design.
One Great George Street
To dress a place such as “One Great George Street”, you simply ought to match your design with the impeccable interiors of this striking venue. This year, we’ve chosen a 12-ft Christmas tree and dressed it with primarily white and silver ornaments. Along with crystal chandeliers and disco balls, to create a more festive theme. we’ve also attached 14 foot white glitter painted birch trees on each one of the pillars.
The lobby and restaurant consisted of black, purple and silver decorations, finished with ice-cool lights.
Gielly Green Hair Salon
Green garlands and lots of festive decorations with gold feathers, baubles, cones and glow lights seem to make a difference.
The hourable Society of Lincolns inn
This stunning venue has been dressed with orange, bronze and brown colours. To create a more dramatic effect, we’ve added some gold elements.
This venue became brighter when we used purple, gold ornaments with some lime green elements.
With a amazing theme of northern lights, we really wanted to make this installation stand out, as the experience of seeing the arrangement in person, was breathtaking. We’ve used painted roses, iridescent baubles and snow green foliage.
The vases really captured the vision of this place’s design.
Have you created an outstanding Christmas installation you’d like us to feature on our blog and social platforms? Give us a shout at firstname.lastname@example.org