So, the last bauble should have been put away for now and all those pine needles vacuumed up. Here at the studio we have been taking down all the decorations from our corporate client’s offices and premises, neatly labelling them and putting them all to bed. It can take a while, the good part of 2 weeks! But it is certainly good practice so that when Christmas rolls around again later in the year we are well prepared and organised!
Thankfully for me, as a confirmed ‘sparkle queen’, all is not so dull and dismal with a lovely event happening next week where the designs are all created to reflect a silver glitter and black theme with silver stars thrown in for good measure, this event is taking place at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich so a very fitting venue. A little later in the month we have just been commissioned to produce some fantastic table designs for a gala awards ceremony at One Marylebone, a lovely venue which is a converted church with all the original features still in place.
Saturday 29th of January will see us taking a stand at the Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich to showcase our wonderful work to prospective Brides and Grooms who have chosen or considering the fabulous buildings and grounds as a venue for their wedding day. We are very privileged to be the recommended florist for such a wonderful and prestigious venue and our work has been seen there on many an event, from weddings to award ceremonies, gala dinners and summer balls.
Looking a little further forward, February will be upon us in no time at all, and as we all know that means Valentine’s Day is knocking at the door. Check out our special offers page on the website to have a nose at the lovely designs, red roses are of course the most well loved and obvious gift for your loved one, but think a little differently, maybe your girl or guy prefers tulips to roses (I know I would!) or give us a ring to have a chat over what we can happily do for you.