Archive :   June   2017
POSTED June 29, 2017 9:00 am IN:

Notting Hill Wild At Heart North Elevation With FloristNikki Tibble’s Wild at Heart are looking for an experienced and enthusiastic florist to work full-time at our fast-paced Pimlico store. Working alongside our highly skilled team, you will create luxurious and opulent hand-tie arrangements in the famed Wild at Heart style. As well as a creative flare and a keen eye for detail, the ideal candidate will possess excellent communication and customer service skills. Candidates must be fluent in English and have a minimum of three years’ experience working within a florist retail environment.

Tasks will include:

-Creating arrangements for customers and fulfilling online orders.

- Assisting and advising customers within the store.

- Assisting the store manager with unpacking and conditioning flowers and plants.

- Set-up and break down of the shop.

- Shop administration.

- Occasional requirements to work on small events or weddings.

A competitive salary.

To apply, please send your CV, covering letter and portfolio to: flowers@wildatheart.com

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POSTED June 12, 2017 4:01 pm IN: ,

Last week the Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart team set off on an exciting project around Europe. Visiting 8 countries in just 8 days we built a record 65 trees in various different shopping villages under the Value Retail umbrella.

Taking inspiration from the original Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart tree, at Bicester Village, we created several vibrant rose bushes in each mall.

We would love to see your pictures of our various installations and vignettes across the villages, upload your pictures using the #nikkitibbleswildatheart

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POSTED June 8, 2017 11:32 am IN:

IMG_3008Available from late February through to September the sweet pea or ‘delicate pleasure’ is a firm favourite at Nikki Tibbles Wild at Heart

Stunning scent and paper like petals make the sweet pea a welcome edition in any summer arrangement or equally on mass as a standalone statement piece.

The feminine flower comes in an array of different  tones, from creamy whites through to pretty pastels and deep burgundies. Originally the ethereal petal was only solid in colour but now flower growers have perfected two tone, striped and swirled pattered varieties.IMG_7300spSWEET PEACaring for your sweet pea’s… Sweet Peas are very thirsty flowers, to ensure you get the most out of your arrangement re-cut the stems before placing the flowers in cool, clean water, replacing every day.

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