McQueens Flowers pulled out all of the stops this month at their ‘Key Developments for Winter 2019’ Press Occasion at The Rosewood Lodge in London! With an overarching theme of ‘Foraged & Discovered’, they introduced nature into the Metropolis with the great woodland set up pictured under.
Fir cones, teasels, poppy seed heads, statice and cotton have been nestled amongst the blue pine and different assorted greenery.
Adjoining to the set up was a stunning show not solely of their festive floral designs, but in addition the best champagne from Ruinart and sweets from Rococo. For Christmas 2019, McQueens are partnering with these heritage manufacturers. Additionally, one other nice current possibility is the Miller Harris x McQueens Flowers Candle Collection.
The McQueens Flowers Festive Assortment is accessible from November 22nd. And it consists of from left to proper under, Yuletide Crown, Frosted Winter Wonderland, Enchanted Forest and Noelle.
Right here’s a close-up of Enchanted Forest. And simply how attractive is the Oro gold-dripped vase wherein it was displayed?!
On the Press Occasion, it was so beautiful to meet up with McQueens Flower College Principal, Sophie, pictured under. And to listen to that in addition to daytime wreath-making courses, this yr night courses may also be happening at their Bethnal Inexperienced HQ in London.
Sophie stated: “In the mean time, there’s a sturdy pull in the direction of what grows within the wild. That coupled with the deal with sustainability, is why we all know that 2019 can be a Christmas crammed with pure luxurious adornments. So, listed below are McQueens, we wish to educate folks learn how to make beautiful seasonal wreaths impressed by the enchantment of forests and fauna in these immersive masterclasses”.
Simply how fabulous is that this wreath above? I really like the bow created from knitted ‘ribbon’! When you’d like extra particulars concerning the courses on the Flower College, Christmas 2019 installations or the Festive Assortment, merely go to the McQueens Flowers website.
(Photos : McQueens Flowers)