We may now be knee-deep in baubles and glitter but there’s still time to celebrate all the wonderful Autumn seasonal floral displays across London created by the team. We created shop fronts full of Autumnal foliage, berries and seasonal blooms in the rich colours of that Fall brings. Alongside the seasonal displays, we also designed installations to mark Diwali at Trishna and Brigadiers. Obligatory for the festival of lights we incorporated lanterns and light strings into our floral displays which were a great talking point for visitors throughout the day and into the evening. If you didn’t know already Lizzie is a vegan and it was such an honour to work with Plantisserie designing an eye-catching shop front for their Soho pop up cafe. The installation mixed tropical plants with more common English blooms to symbolise the endless variety that can come from a plant-based diet.
You may have already guessed that the team love any elements of fairy tales so it was with great enthusiasm that we decked out Carluccios in magical woodland-inspired installations with hundreds of red and orange toadstools. Our love of toadstools continued with a few also making an appearance at Harry’s Dolce Vita alongside a picture-perfect floral bench. We loved seeing all the selfies guests to this London hot spot took .
Now we best get back to our festive trees and wreaths, keep your eyes peeled on social media for some behind the scenes of the Early Hours elves in action. Roll on Christmas!
Photos by Nataly J Photography
Spot the seashells and sea urchins amongst the blooms in this under the sea inspired installation for Fishworks.
The La Planterisserie pop up Vegan cafe in Soho, it was very popular and we hope to see it back in London again soon.
More Diwali floral decorations.