Soho farmhouse recently played the perfect host to a country wedding with elegance. The exclusive retreat set over 100 acres of green Oxfordshire countryside, boasts stunning views and detailed interiors like no other. Working closely with the client we brought their vision of ‘contemporary countryside’ to life with the Nikki Tibbles touch. The final result: A truly Romantic wedding reminiscent of the lush green setting. The couple wed in an industrious barn lined with a bounty of fresh flowers. Loose and blousy, with apricot elements the floral installations stood out against the deep grain wood of the barn. A bespoke asymmetric Chuppah was created using soft grey olive, mimosa, peonies, roses and sweetly scented stock. Detailed features such as this Kippah flower cart dressed with a garland made from olive and mixed herbs, created a fragrant focal point at the entrance of the ceremony. The tables for the wedding breakfast were dressed in an eclectic array of bud vases containing blousy peonies and soft blush roses – accented with olive foliage and herbs. Hand selected peony heads adorned the tables, left to bloom in our London studio until their bright fuchsia heads turned a beautiful shade of pale apricot.
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This month saw the highly anticipated launch of Christopher Kane’s capsule collection inspired by the release of the new Beauty and the Beast film. The sustainable collection takes a modern twist on the tale as old as time, incorporating elements of the film into each piece.
In celebration of the launch of the 34-piece capsule collection, Wild at Heart adorned the front of the Mayfair flagship store with over 3,000 fresh rose buds and creeping ivy. The installation engulfed the shop front transforming Mount Street into and scene from the enchanted forest.
Within the store the theme continued and fresh ivy vines worked their way up the contrasting white walls, to create an focal point as guests entered.
In celebration of Mother’s Day we are offering you and your Mum the chance to #win a space on our Mother’s Day workshop on Thursday 30th March!
The lucky winners will be invited to our two-hour luxury flower workshop held at our Pimlico Flagship store and treated to a glass of fizz as our Head Florist demonstrates exactly how to make a famed Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart bouquet. Guests will then be invited to recreate this themselves, taking their beautiful arrangement home at the end of the evening.
The winning Mother and daughter duo will be revealed on Mothering Sunday Morning… good luck
The sun is shining and spring flowers are in abundance, making it the perfect time to bring the outside in with a few floral arrangements around your home.
When it comes to getting the perfect arrangement that not only looks great but lasts well too, who better to turn to for advice than Nikki herself? Read on to discover Nikki’s top tips for flower arranging.
What to consider
Which room will your arrangement be displayed in? Consider the colour, style and texture of that room. Also think about the vases you have to work with, both aesthetically and practically. For instance, a tall cylinder vase will suit tall, structured flowers like lilies, whereas smaller vases are great for delicate flowers like sweetpeas and narcissi.
Always the key to getting the best from your flowers, if you buy seasonally they’ll look better, last longer and you’ll also get the best value for your money. If you aren’t sure what to pick, your florist will be able to advise you on the latest seasonal flowers.
It’s important to consider the colour, form and texture of the flowers you want to display and which ones will work well together. Generally, I wouldn’t use more than three types of flowers together in one arrangement, as any more than this starts to look messy. I’d also pair flowers with similar shaped heads together. For example, round-headed peonies look great with roses and spears of delphinium with stocks. Alternatively, a mass of one type of flower always looks effective and makes a contemporary statement.
How to arrange?
Cut the stems of the flowers on an angle and place in cool water as soon as you get them home. Fill your chosen vase/jug/bottle/vessel three-quarters full with water and add any food sachets that may have come with the flowers. If you don’t have any flower food add a sterilising tablet to keep the water clean. Once you’ve cut your stems, remove any leaves below the water line as these will rot and cause bacteria in the water. Start your arrangement with foliage at the base and if you’re not using foliage then start with your biggest flowers. Build the arrangement stem by stem and try to spiral them into the vase. Finally, just make sure your arrangement looks good from all the angles it will be visible.
Fresher for longer
To keep your arrangement looking its best, place it away from heat and out of direct sunlight. Also give the vase fresh water every couple of days and if you can, re-cut the stems. These simple steps will keep your flowers looking fresher for longer.
Do you want to learn first hand how to make a famed Wild at Heart arrangement? Book on to our Mother, daughter luxuury flower class on Thursday 30th March!
To reserve your space contact: Marketing@wildatheart.com
Say it with flowers this Mother’s Day…!
Gift your wonderful Mother or Grandmother this Mother’s Day with a Luxury Spring Bouquet Masterclass at Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart.
Join us on Thursday 30th March as we hold a two-hour luxury flower workshop at our Pimlico Flagship store, where guests will be treated to a glass of fizz and canapes whilst our Head Florist demonstrates exactly how to make a famed Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart bouquet. Guests will then be invited to recreate this themselves, taking their beautiful arrangement home at the end of the evening.
Classes cost £150 per person.
Email: Marketing@wildatheart.com to book your place.
Flower arches and floral door frames have never been so high in demand. Creating the picture perfect entrance is definitely high up on the list of wedding wants for 2017. From the blossom framed doors of Notting-Hill to the bougainvillea trellis’ of Madrid, this week we have been getting serious summer wedding inspiration from stunning entrances across the world.
Take a look at our wedding page to see where our inspiration takes us…
Nikki and the rest of the team at Wild at Heart have been busy over the past few weeks creating the new collection of vibrant spring time arrangements. The new hand-tie bouquets have been designed to epitomize one of our favourite seasons. Bursting with sweetly scented bulbs, fresh seasonal flowers and luxurious roses, the new Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart collection will transform your home with the heavenly notes of Spring!
Available to purchase online here or in any of our London Florist Shops.
Wednesday 8th March marks International Women’s Day 2017. A day for celebrating women’s achievements across the globe as well as calling for gender equality with this years campaign #beboldforchange.
Last month Cosmopolitan UK celebrated the campaign by asking a host of celebrities to name the most inspirational women to them. Close friend and fellow dog lover, David Gandy named Nikki as his, voting her as ‘a true visionary, strong and powerful’!
To honor the inspirational women in your life we have launched the International Women’s Day Bouquet consisting of a stunning mix of scabiosa, pastel roses, clematis and yellow mimosa – the world wide symbol of women’s solidarity!
Shop The International Women’s Day Bouquet here.
Reflecting the famed style of one of the original society florists, Constance Spry, Wild at Heart brought a touch of country to this central London wedding held at Home House, Private Members Club.
A selection of loose urns containing a mix of trailing amaranths, rich dahlias and blush roses were crowned with pampas grass to give and avante garde touch to the traditional country arrangements.
Buttonholes for the groomsmen and bespoke corsages for the bridal party were made to reflect the Brides bouquet of wild flowers by combining soft white roses with textured astrantia.
Wild at Heart recently made the short journey up to the picturesque, Oxfordshire village of Great Milton for an intimate winter wedding. The famed Belmond le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons played host to the stunning day which was designed and planned to perfection by Isobel Weddings.
Guests were welcomed into the light filled, marque to watch the couple complete their nuptials under the bespoke Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart floral arch.
Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed an opulent wedding breakfast held in celebrated chef Raymond Blanc’s 2 Michelin starred restaurant.
The dinner tables were dressed in a mass of crystal, candles and gold to create an intimate and warm atmosphere to the evening. Custom made table centers were created by elevating a stunning arrangement of luxury blush and cream roses on a Wild at Heart designed perspex stand.
Leaving no area of the venue untouched, Wild at Heart dressed the famed gardens in lanterns to extend the romance of the evening into the picturesque outdoor setting.