This week sees the return of the Farnborough International airshow. It's been 4 years since the event last took place due to the pandemic disrupting the rhythm as with millions of events and exhibitions.
But, it went ahead and we were very honoured to be asked once again to provide the florals for the event. We absolutely thrive on creating florals for events and exhibitions, it adds another creative dimension to the work our florists do each day and the fact that we are seeing these requests arrive in our inbox once again is extremely encouraging and reflects a more confident certainty in the future….
Working in partnership with Potel Et Chabot our super-creative florist team listened carefully to the ideas and requests of the clients and knew just how to interpret them through thoughtful, inspired floral styling.
From arty bell jars of thoughtfully grouped stems and succulents to bold and bright meeting room arrangements, wild and whimsical table centre displays of moss and scabiosa and posies with delicious botanicals in pretty little jars, we were certainly kept very busy for the few days running up to the start of the event.
With the temperature topping 30 degrees on Sunday, I must say it was a tad warm at the flower bench with so many body's and blooms to contend with. Keeping the stems fresh and vibrant was just another challenge we were faced with but the team rose to the challenge, worked incredibly hard and well and truly delivered!
Big or small, minimalist or wild, corporate or private, our floral imagination knows no bounds so whatever your next event, we would love to speak to you about the flowers you have in mind. Contact us
Florals automatically elevate an event, Like it or not, they are considered a status symbol and show that you are invested in the experience. They say to guests, ‘You are important to me.’ and promote productivity, whilst inducing joy and happiness.
Taking place on 18-22 July, Farnborough hosts leading innovators from the aerospace, aviation and defence industries and beyond. Visit the website