Archive :   March   2015
POSTED March 25, 2015 5:41 pm IN: ,

We were delighted to be working with Savile Rose Productions to create the perfect first birthday party for Tamara Ecclestone’s daughter Sophia, which is featured in this week’s Hello! magazine.

Bouquets of Sweet Avalanche Roses along with pools of rose petals adorned the inside of the “pink palace” marquee, but the eye-catching centrepiece had to be the huge number 1 covered in beautiful pink roses. Outside, blossom trees were brought in to add a spring feel to “Sophia’s Farmyard”, a petting zoo that had been set up in front of the family home.

Get a copy of Hello! and take a look at the photos for yourself.

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POSTED March 23, 2015 5:16 pm IN: ,

Working with Fiona Leahy Design, we created a chic look for an evening event to celebrate Hugo Boss’ new range. To complement the neutral colour palette we used white blossom and earl grey roses displayed in black and grey vases.

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POSTED March 19, 2015 12:09 pm IN:

We are taking part in an initiative called Meat Free Week which is aimed at encouraging people to think about how much meat they eat and the impact it has on health, animals and the environment. Jamie Oliver, chef and one of the world’s best-loved television personalities,  is one of the ambassadors for the initiative and we are delighted to be taking part.

As well as going meat free for the week at the Wild at Heart office, we are also running a competition to give away one of our gorgeous herb baskets. Click here to enter now!

We have also just launched our special Herb Basket in support of Meat Free Week (pictured below), with 20% of proceeds going to one of the Meat Free Week charities.

We will keep you up to date on how we are doing next week and we hope you will support one of our initiatives!

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POSTED March 18, 2015 12:23 pm IN:

Beautiful blossoms were used for this intimate candlelit ceremony at Cliveden House on the weekend. This was followed by the wedding breakfast where hundreds of white, nude, blush and lemon poppies, alongside beautiful nude ranunculus, were displayed in brass tubes running along the entire length of the long tables. We were the wedding florist working alongside production agency Fiona Leahy Design.

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POSTED March 18, 2015 12:09 pm IN:

London wedding planner Bruce Russell posted a photo recently on Instagram reminding us about these beautiful flowers at this wedding, and also why attention to detail is so important – something that we here at Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart wholeheartedly agree with!

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POSTED March 10, 2015 2:59 pm IN: ,

Whisky brand Haig Club took over the Wellington Arch in London, transforming it into a private pop-up club with David Beckham hosting guests such as Idris Elba, Guy Ritchie, David Furnish and Tana Ramsey.

The Wellington Arch was illuminated in blue to mark the residency of the Haig Club during the week. Inside the club, designer Amanda Sheppard transformed it into a modern interpretation of the British private clubs featured in original Haig “clubman series” adverts of the 1920s. As the event florist, we created elegant and sophisticated arrangements of flowers in vibrant blues and sophisticated creams for the bar, dining room and entrance areas. Cream and blue hydrangeas, delphinium, anemones and a mix of different cream and honey-coloured roses were set in stunning brass urns.

Photos from Alex Maguire Photography (except for image on third row, right)

Haig Club pop up bar and restaurant for Diagon inside Wellington Arch, London.

Haig Club pop up bar and restaurant for Diagon inside Wellington Arch, London.

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POSTED March 6, 2015 2:52 pm IN: , ,

We have just received these lovely photos from a blessing and christening that took place last year in Haddon Hall, a 12th century English Tudor country house.

For this event in one of England’s oldest and most romantic houses, we created natural and romantic arrangements that sat seamlessly alongside the garden flowers of the estate. We used a mix of bright coloured towering stems nestled alongside deep purple sweet peas and summer berries. For the sit down meal the tone changed to a more elegant and formal setting, which was reflected with roses in dusky tones of nude, apricot, cream and soft pink.

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