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Culture Clash at One Marylebone

Culture Clash at One Marylebone

Culture Clash at One Marylebone

Working with Liz Linkleter Events, Italy met India in this beautiful culture class of bright vibrant tones at One Marylebone with influences of turmeric, paprika, lemon yellow, hot ink, rich reds and sea blues. 

The entrance staircase was dressed with trailing organic, naturally occurring clusters of scented eucalyptus and Italian olive, intertwined with wildly growing hot pink bougainvillea and orange and lemon adorned branches. This wonderfully achieved the feel of an overgrown olive grove along the Amalfi coast. The spirit of India came in through the coloured carnation garlands in shades of hot pink, orange, lemon and marigold. 

In the drinks reception, was a flower stall market scene, wth rustic wooden benches and wooden flower stands adorned with beautiful garlands, Italian eucalyptus, eclectic buckets and baskets filled with vibrant orange, hot pinks, apricots and lemons all perfectly displayed across the stand. Guests were able to buy these bouquets to take home. 

For the dining hall, beautiful arrangements of coral and lemon peonies, apricot, and coral roses and trailing jasmine foliage surrounded by a mass of gold and rose gold tea lights bought a wonderful richness and warmth to the space.


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