Summer Garden Party at the Marylebone Hotel

Summer Garden Party at the Marylebone Hotel

Summer Garden Party at the Marylebone Hotel

May, 05 2017

This week we invited a few of our favourite influencers to a Summer Garden Party in the heart of The Marylebone Hotel. Inspired by the upcoming RHS Chelsea Flower Show, we dressed the hotels new internal courtyard with vibrant flowers reminiscent of a ‘wild meadow’.

Head florist Ruth Warren-Steed demonstrated how to create the perfect table runner using a mass of coral charm peonies, sweet peas, garden roses and seasonal foliage. Hand painted Italian table linen’s and crockery from London based interior shop, Summerill & Bishop complimented the arrangement perfectly.

Guests were treated to canapes and Perrier- Jouet Belle Epoque champagne as they were invited to put their creative hand to the test and re-create their own scaled down version of the arrangement. 

A special thank you to Siobhan Ferguson of @prettycitylondon for helping us curate another fantastic event. As well as those who attended;

 @angrybaker @sixsevensix @georgianlondon@humpheryandgrace @therollinsonlondon @jo_rodgers  @belleannee @Clairemenary @thisisjules @Xantheb


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