Corporate & event flowers
We offer stunning paper flower displays for offices, restaurants and event venues, specially designed to suit your space, corporate style and brand colours. All the flowers in our displays are handmade using salvaged paper, maps and books that have come to the end of their first life. Your customers and clients will love them and they are guaranteed to get people talking.
The flowers will last forever with no watering or natural light, and can be ordered as far in advance of your event as required for peace of mind.
Buying our paper flower displays are also a great option for the environment. Not only do they reduce waste by using recycled paper, but they involve far lower water use and air miles than real flower displays. And of course, you will be helping women survivors of domestic abuse at the same time.
Conference flowers for
We were commissioned to make table centre pieces and a dramatic vase display for JP Morgan's sustainability conference in London. The flowers, in rich autumn shades, featured pages of old copies of books on sustainability and climate changes
"We had fantastic feedback on the flowers, both from attendees at the event and internal leadership at J.P. Morgan. We are looking forward to keeping them to show off at future events."
EMEA Events JP Morgan
Floral arch for LSE Generate
We made a bespoke floral arch to celebrate LSE's 2019 Innovan, a hub for students to find out about innovation and social enteprise.
As well as the arch, we filled the vintage camper van with milk bottle vase displays and paper succulents!
"Thank you so much for the beautiful flowers! We had so many compliments on them and they looked beautiful."
Hanging bouquets for Change Please
We were proud to design some bespoke bouquets for fellow social enterprise Change Please. Their coffee shops and kiosks around the capital provide employment and training for people who have been homeless and in crisis.
Our brief was to create three hanging bouquets featuring recycled Change Please coffee cups for the newly opened coffee kiosk at Goodge Street tube station.
The bouquets combine black and gold coffee cup lilies accented with bright yellows to reflect Change Please's brand colours. They are robust enough to be taken down at the end of each day to allow the shutters to close!
So if you're passing by on the Northern line do pop by to see them in situ, and of course to grab a cup of the best coffee in London!