The British Museum is one of the largest museums in the world and houses over seven million artefacts relating to human history and culture. One of our most favourite venues to work at, it boasts an amazing selection of different-themed lobbies for opulent events. We have been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity of working on several floral arrangements at The British Museum, from the entrance for a new gallery styled in a tropical/botanical theme, to the Museum’s trustees’ receptions and dinners, and the opening for the brand new Japan Gallery. At LoveFlowers we approach design from a broad perspective and breadth of experience based on the observation of Nature, fashion, history, food... this combined knowledge galvanises us to create floral expressions that engage the senses with beauty. The Rodin Corporate Partners Reception echoed our holistic approach; a beautiful ancient Greece-inspired event with a 40ft walkway culminating with two magnificent plinths; lovely olive tree displays instilled a welcoming Mediterranean summer calmness to the whole hall. The poetic contrast of billowing summer flowers and foliage against strong architecture was an essential element to bring a fresh Grecian look to the room, with a delicate use of white Hydrangeas and Astilbe mixed with soft pink Roses, Lavender and Blue Nigella. Our installation worked in partnership with the historical, artistic and architectural features of the venue. Our floral designs gracefully weaved into a past era and complemented modern taste with emotional connections. As a result, this attention to Grecian aesthetics added charm and cohesion to the final outcome.