TO SHOWCASE THE LAUNCH OF THE JIMMY CHOO PRE-FALL 2019 COLLECTION, Exclusive members of press WERE INVITED FOR A BREAKFAST AT WILD BY TART. INSPIRED BY BLOCK COLOURED HUES AND NINETIES INSPIRED SHADES OF BRIGHT YELLOW AND PINK, GUESTS DINED amongst a meadow of beautifully bright Icelandic poppies and sunshine yellow mimosa, lining the middle of the table...
To celebrate the Wardrobe Icons cover stars of 2018 and new cover girl Fiona Leahy, the online magazine held a special dinner, creating an absolute dream of pinks, greens, reds and whites to perfectly compliment the surroundings. Guests dined beneath a cloud of gypsophila and amongst a meadow of deep red roses, blush roses, anemones and ranunculus. Fiona Leahy perfected the table setting, with luxurious tableware, candles and monogrammed gold bows.
In collaboration with the illustrious creatives Banana Split, a sanctuary style birthday brunch was hosted at the Mandrake Hotel. Clear vases were filled with a floating arrangement of emerald green ferns, white achillea and cascading ivy. Sweet peas, fern leaves, slipper orchids and tea lights lined the wooden tables.
A Mexican inspired dinner setting celebrated L’object’s new Tulum collection, alongside event planner Fiona Leahy. The statement pieces from the collection were softened by blousy coral charm peonies and dahlias placed against contradictory agave leaves and succulents.
Inspired by the lush, green rolling landscapes of Ireland, the landscaping of Kildare Village was redesigned to incorporate Ireland’s majestic forests, wonderful beauty and heritage. A press dinner was held to celebrate the launch, tables were lined with guelder rose, sprigs of scented rosemary and complimentary seasonal foliage.
The creative talents of the Nikki Tibbles Wild at heart events team worked alongside Rhubarb Catering and HRP events to dress the Orangery in Kensington Palace in an elaborate array of autumnal flowers. The table centres contained a mix of garden hydrangea, rose hips, vuvuzela roses and dahlias.
The concept of a Midnight Forest was brought to life, working alongside world renowned Lillingston Events. The two grand tables were dressed beautifully with a generous mix of red dahlias, pimpernel hydrangea, clematis, lilac tulips, delicate grape hyacinth and four different types of blue delphinium.
In collaboration with world renowned Lillingston Events, the Somerset House restaurant was dressed in a mass of pretty pink, romantic flowers and twinkling candlelight, perfectly setting the scene for a special birthday dinner. A statement flower wall filled the entrance of the venue, created using a mix of sweet Juliette and secret garden roses, vibrant pink hydrangeas and seasonal foliage.