Category Archives: Flowers

Looking Good, Feeling Great – Croydon Television production

Our great friend, Sandra Hutton-Miller is the host of this brand new lifestyle programme, to be broadcast on Croydon’s Community television channel.  CT’s Director Robin proudly informed us that community tv is very new to these shores but has been … Continue reading

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Spring in Bath, Somerset

We spent a very pleasant three days exploring this wonderful city. One of the highlights was the Queen’s public park that is situated at the foot of the world famous, Royal Crescent. Day three was perfect for taking photographs that … Continue reading

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‘Get Hitched’ at Craft Central, 22nd-25th March 2012

This is our first collaboration with the amazing Craft Central, workshop space for craftsmen and women. We have attended many wedding shows in our time but never one with so many crafts people under one roof, i.e. jewellers, ceramic … Continue reading

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Belgian Ball, 17th March 2012

Using over 2012 roses we decorated this year’s Belgian ball at the Anglo Belgian Club, 8 Northumberland Street. Pastel coloured roses, aralia greenery and tillandsia adorned the twelve dining tables; white and peach avalanche roses graced the entrance to the … Continue reading

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Affordable Art Fair [AAF], Battersea Park, 15th-18th March

Our fifth edition for decorating the Battersea venue and working with the great team at AAF. In the external space we placed lush campanula and primula obconica plants bursting out of fruit crates and off set with painted frames [purple … Continue reading

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Collaboration – some key methods and advantages for small businesses

In the current recession climate, along with increases in business rates and rent, we personally believe that business people running small independent businesses need to be as creative as possible to increase sales and attract new customers. One approach that seems to … Continue reading

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London Flower School – Spring workshops 2012

As our packed winter programme of flower courses comes to an end we are already preparing ourselves for our Spring programme of workshops. The launch workshop, ‘Spring Inspired Table Decorations’, begins next week and later workshops, ‘Wedding Flower arrangements’ is planned … Continue reading

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Luxury Wedding Show – 19th February 2012, Iranian Wedding Event in London

This was the first wedding show of its kind in London hosted by Ellie and her planning team, Ellite Wedding Planners, We had our own stand that was decorated with a series of harmonic, exotic and seasonal flowers; from … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day

The most romantic day of the  year is almost upon us and even those who scorn the commercialism can still reap the benefits by celebrating this event. Admittedly, every red flower stem is double the price and restaurants are probably already … Continue reading

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Flor Unikon in Helsinki, 17th-20th November 2011

The busy Christmas season began this weekend in our Helsinki workshop. We created a series of decorations for party and corporate events as well as decorating our workshop windows with seasonal lights, berries and candles. One of the events was … Continue reading

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