This week we had an extra special install working with Polar Black for Moët & Chandon's Grand Vintage Cuvée 2009 launch event. The brief was so exciting for us to create a real showstopper, and so we did just that... which involved wiring 5,000 stems, fruits, sweets, and lots, lots more.
We built 2 floral stations, suspended above the dining experience so guests were immersed in the tasting notes of the different champagnes, blanc and the rosé. Chef Jason Atherton created small dishes which complimented the champagne flavours.
We wired 1,000s of flowers - roses of all different shades of whites, peaches, baby pinks and deep pink, snowberries, peppercorns, orchids and lisianthus, all suspended above the dining tables. Fun elements were real toffee apples, marshmallows, peaches, figs, delicately sliced rhubarb and coffee beans above the luxury 'sushi style' conveyer belt.
Overall it was a stunning final result and one of our favourites. Massive thank you to the whole team, florists and crew, who worked so hard, to Polar Black, and to Amy O'Boyle and Dominic Graham-Hyde for wonderful photography. xxx