When Noble Panacea said they would like us to create a floral display for their pop-up in the atrium of Harrods, we were over the moon. It was an amazing opportunity and we wanted to do right by the brand by bringing their products to life and providing a stunning floral backdrop.


They wanted something that would represent their sustainable values and all-natural products while fitting well within the charming, place we all know Harrods to be. That being said, Noble Panacea envisioned a neutral color palette much like their own branding. We got together and started the same way we always do. 

Led by our head florist Maria, our team presented their ideas to each other and started to discuss how we could use our flowers to create the luxury and authenticity needed for this pop-up.


Our florists used Oat flowers and Fern leaves to exhibit some of the main ingredients in their products. They used a plethora of other idyllic stems including whimsical Baby’s Breath and the softest Bunny Tails. This was to reflect their natural approach to creating skincare. You’ll see the main blooms were complimented by adding tall and dreamy Pampas along with other soothing foliage. This was to be in the form of unforgettable Eucalyptus, another frequent active ingredient in Noble Panacea’s skincare. 

The idea behind using plants that can actually be found in their products was to adequately represent this brand's science and philosophy.

The result was an exclusive bouquet that brought life to their pop-up and maintained their muted aesthetic. Such an enchanting display invited their visitors with warmth and comfort.

We’re incredibly proud to say we cater to all kinds of events and clients. We would love you to consider us to bring your event to life with captivating florals. If you are, then please fill in the inquiry form below. Please provide as much information as you can too. For instance, the space you are working with, what kind of design you have in mind and how we can help you with it.

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