Archive :   July   2015
POSTED July 30, 2015 4:14 pm IN:

The NSPCC Art Gala Dinner at Masterpiece 2015 saw our talented events team creating a neo-romantic enchanted forest for over almost 400 guests who attended the fundraising event. When setting up the event, tables were dressed with black linen and metallic accents from the cutlery were enhanced with the rich red and deep pink dahlias that made up the centrepieces.

Tall arrangements of dark green camellia and magnolia, blended with green and gold asparagus fern formed a lush green canopy over the dining tables whilst hanging tea lights and crystal storm lanterns set an intimate tone for the evening before guests began to arrive.

Keep an eye out for more images of the event coming soon, but in the meantime see the full article of the event by House & Garden here

Below are just a few photos that were taken during the set up of the event:




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POSTED July 30, 2015 11:10 am IN:

Whether your venue is in need of a little pick-me-up or you just fancy a fresh new look, our weekly homes and contract flowers are a great way to keep your space looking attractive and inviting. We followed our contracts team on their morning run to see how they use beautiful flowers to transform just a few of our customers venues around London and picked up some great tips along the way…

Create a stunning centrepiece by using simple yet effective arrangements that work with the surrounding colour scheme. For this display at the Wallace Collection, we used different heights to add interest and variation to the arrangement whilst complimenting the contemporary and natural style of the venue. Create this natural look in your home with our Florists Favourite Bouquet.


Using bold, statement hues against a more muted background can really draw attention to an arrangement whilst maintaining a harmonising balance of colours. Our vibrant and luxurious arrangement at One Marylebone creates eye-catching display, making a striking feature of this simple alcove.


Flowers are perfect for highlighting a given style or theme. This wild arrangement of white flowers adds to the intimate and elegant setting of the Santini Restaurant in Belgravia, accentuating the Italian style décor and venetian colour palette.


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POSTED July 28, 2015 11:47 am IN:

Here at Wild at Heart we are really proud of our mood boards! It’s a great tool for us to engage with clients and help them visualise a style for their event so that we can then create some truly special flowers for them. Of course, it’s also a good way for us to communicate our vision to suppliers and event partners so that we can all work together to deliver an event that is harmonious and consistent in theme.

Below are some examples of our mood boards; as well as using images of flowers, we also love to use people, places and textures to bring more of an emotional connection with the theme. When it comes to looking for images we will often look online, but we also love to get inspiration elsewhere, for example in nature, visiting galleries and exhibitions, through fashion and magazines.

Below: An exotic Latin American feel for a private party with a colour scheme of deep reds, cerise pink and touches of orange and gold.


Below: A uniquely eclectic and unexpected colourful curiosities; with a colour palette of lemon, lilac, soft blue, lime green, nude, orange and hot pink, yellow, purple and deep blue.


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POSTED July 27, 2015 5:13 pm IN:

With Peony season coming to an end, it’s time to broaden your horizons and discover alternative blooms to fill your home with for the next 10 months. See which flowers you could fall in love with here:

Dahlias – These full rounded blooms are available from mid-summer through to autumn – a perfect rebound. Our Dazzling Dahlia Bouquet will be sure to brighten up your home this summer.


Carnations – If you like peonies, you’ll love carnations! Their large ruffled petals mimic the light,  fluffy texture of peonies and a wide colour range makes them a popular choice for gifts and weddings alike.


Roses - With so many varieties, there’s just no way you’ll get bored! We’re loving high intense (pictured below), quicksand and Norma Jean roses right now! Why not browse our Radiant Roses and see which bouquet takes your fancy?


Anemones – Appearing in the flower markets around October time, you’ll have these striking flowers to look forward to with their jet black centres putting them at the top of the list for beautiful statement blooms.


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POSTED July 24, 2015 12:00 pm IN:

We are thrilled to announce an exclusive range of our stunning seasonal bouquets and jam jars, are coming soon to!

The collection available will be suited to a range of occasions from birthdays to celebrations, with a number of different styles and colour palettes to choose from. Here’s a sneak peek of our photo shoot yesterday, where we shot our beautiful arrangements in compositions of baby blues, pinks and lilacs, to deep reds and romantic pinks and a mix of vivid colours including bright oranges, yellows and purples! As well as the bouquets, jam jars sold in threes will also be available, offering a smaller delicate arrangement that can be placed almost anywhere!

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POSTED July 22, 2015 3:53 pm IN:

With so many weddings taking place each month here at Wild at Heart, our florists are always advising brides-to-be on how to create the perfect flowers for their big day. The tables were turned last month as our very own head florist and manager of our Pimlico store, Ruth, tied the knot at a beautiful English country garden wedding in Cornwall.

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What happens when you’re a florist getting married…

There are enough decisions to be made when you’re getting married, but when you’re a florist getting married, does it make choosing your wedding flowers any easier? We asked Ruth how she went about selecting her bridal blooms:

‘I chose a June wedding so I could pick from the beautiful scented flowers available at this time of the year, but that was the only easy decision! Having seen so many beautiful arrangements before, I had a lot of trouble deciding what I wanted.’

But with all these decisions to be made, Ruth still had time to make her own bouquet and buttonholes!

Cornish Seaside meets English Country Garden

Nestled away in the charming Tregulland House in Cornwall is where Ruth and Ollie decided to exchange their vows. Inspired by the Cornish seaside, with the blue and grey tones of the coastline incorporated into Ollie’s suit, along with stunning floral decorations giving the day a distinct countryside garden feel.

Ruth’s bridal bouquet was kept pretty and feminine with white and lilac sweet peas, Sarah Bernhardt peonies and lilac scabiosa to compliment her soft, floaty wedding gown.


For the reception, mixed arrangements of flowers in pastel tones including Sarah Bernhardt peonies, lilac scabiosa, blue delphinium, pink and lilac sweet peas, nigella, blue and lilac hydrangea and O’hara, norma jean and quicksand roses were combined with coral and white peonies, flowering mint, lavender and cotoneaster to create a spectacular statement arch at the marquee entrance. Various combinations of these gorgeous summer garden flowers also filled white urns that ran along the centre of the tables with tea lights scattered throughout for a magical touch before the speeches and celebrations began.

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What a wonderful day! Wishing Ruth & Ollie all the best for their future together from the Wild at Heart Team x



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POSTED July 16, 2015 2:52 pm IN:

We are excited to announce that Nikki has been appointed as an ambassador of the breast cancer charity, Future Dreams!

The charity raises money for Breakthrough Breast Cancer, to aid the funding of breast cancer specific research, as well as The Haven, the only national charity which provides free one-to-one emotional and physical support to those affected by breast cancer. To date, more than £2 million has been raised for both causes, and with a target of £5 million for the next 5 years, we are doing everything we can to help out. Keep an eye out for our Future Dreams bouquet which we are currently designing and will be on our website soon!

If you can’t wait until then, click here to donate now.

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POSTED July 14, 2015 1:19 pm IN:

First Penthouse is a unique property development company that create bespoke penthouses with minimal disruption – what more could you ask for? So after the recent launch of our new gardening service here at Wild at heart, we were delighted to work with the team at First Penthouse on their latest project.

Cheyne Place occupies the entire 7th floor of a 1930’s art deco building, situated in the heart of Old Chelsea and boasts bespoke interior features as well as spectacular 360 degree views of the London skyline and the River Thames. When styling the terrace area, we decided to keep things simple and chic with troughs of lavender and topiary to compliment the apartment’s contemporary look and add a decorative touch whilst keeping a spacious feel to this inner city penthouse.

Is your garden in desperate need of a makeover? Or perhaps you want to add some greenery to your balcony? We now offer a full gardening service that includes garden design and styling, build and maintenance. From contemporary courtyards to beautiful window boxes and stunning rooftop gardens, we can help you to create elegant and functional outdoor spaces. For more information please email or give us a call on +44 (0)20 72229 1174.

First Penthouse- 25 Cheyne Place

First Penthouse- 25 Cheyne Place

First Penthouse- 25 Cheyne Place

25 Cheyne Place



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