Archive :   November   2011
POSTED November 24, 2011 8:56 am IN:

With a backdrop of the fabulous London skyline, last night’s dinner called for a contemporary look which was still very classic. This was achieved with a gorgeous mix of green orchids, succulents and grasses combined with cream roses, hydrangea and snowball blooms…

In the standing bar area, Nikki chose eight plinths with small arrangements of white tulips with tea lights on clear boxes with mirrored bottoms filled with cream rose petals, the effect was completely delightful.

Photography by Laura Cloutman

 

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POSTED November 18, 2011 3:32 pm IN:

The sculpture gallery at Woburn Abbey was completely transformed last night by Nikki and her amazing events team. Nikki worked with the concept of a gentlemen’s club and at one end of the gallery created a sumptuous seating area with worn and comfortable leather chesterfield sofas in muted tones that beautifully complimented the walls and paintings…

Directly opposite the main entrance, the guests were treated to an absolutely stunning arrangement on a massive scale…!

At the other end of the hall – Nikki and the team created an opulent dinner setting for the guests which was absolutely breathtaking.

The clients were absolutely thrilled with the effect and the evening was a huge success!

Photography Laura Cloutman

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POSTED November 13, 2011 9:31 pm IN:

Nikki has been busy designing an event at Woburn Abbey this weekend, and some of the table centres were put together at our Pimlico store, where we managed to snap them before they winged their way to be admired by the great and the good!

We’re constantly amazed by Nikki’s eye for colour and form and this table setting against a grey linen backdrop is absolutely stunning.

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POSTED November 4, 2011 10:55 pm IN:

We’ve been shooting more wonderful Christmas things today with the rather fabulous photographer Nick Stevens. This is a Stephen Johnson Happy sculpture that we used instead of a wreath, we think it looks rather spectacular – so spectacular in fact that we’re slightly concerned about how long it would stay on your front door!

 

 

 

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