Hiding in the City Flowers were commissioned by a London agency to dress a massive warehouse space in the heart of Shoreditch, London. It took 8 florists 3 days to transform the space into a fun tropical mid summer party featured in Time Out London for the launch of Perrier’s Lemon and Apple flavoured water.
We went big and sourced amazing giant tropical leaves from Ecuador and created a huge tropical leaf back bar installation that took 6 men to lever into position complete with neon sign. We made a 4 meter long hanging canopy at the entrance to the venue, swings for guests to Boomerang on and lots more. All of this on the hottest day of the year.
British Film Institute Awards Ceremony sponsored by IWC at the Rosewood Hotel, Holborn, London, October 2016
Schuh Spring/Summer 2017 Press Launch, Soho, London
Piaget Jewellery press launch at flagship store, Mayfair, London
Hiding in the City Flowers were lucky enough to florally dress the window at Suzanne Neville’s Knightsbridge bridal shop for their Christmas display AND they gave us free reign creatively to produce the design. A total dream of a job.
This year at BRIDES The Show 2016, we wanted to create a stand designed around ‘Dark Romance’ using some of nature’s most dramatic dark colours, which some Brides don’t know exist. We turned to the long forgotten *Gold* accessories and followed our British roots, using natural seasonal foliages with British roses and Dahlias from our wickedly clever suppliers.
Hiding in the City Flowers were lucky enough to be asked to work alongside LAMP Productions and The Admirable Crichon to produce this spectacular playful, natural, mid summers nights dream 21st birthday party event held in one of Central London’s biggest private gardens.
We created a forest installations with a 20m woodland walkway arch leading to an open area with where guests partied surrounded by garlands, jars of flowers, a hanging foliage chandelier disco ball and meadow flowers everywhere.
Photo credits to the brilliant Jayne Photography
The team at Midori asked us to build an inside melon farm in a bar, so we did just that.
Hiding in the City created a Alice in Wonderland meadow for guests to have their picture taken to support the Save the Children Secret Winter Gala 2015
More image featured on the Daily mail online here