EVENT & PROJECT FLOWER DESIGN


From our London Studio we design and create florals for weddings, events and brand campaigns throughout the UK and globally. We are known for our discretion and collaborative approach, most notably for designing the florals for HRH The Duke of Sussex and HRH The Duchess of Sussex at St George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. The gallery below takes you to a selection of recent projects, you will find further images on Instagram and although we choose not to discuss details of specific events, during a consultation we will happily share a larger portfolio of images.

Please call Izzi and Miranda on 020 7581 0759 or email events@philippacraddock.com

CLICK ON EACH IMAGE TO VIEW THE FULL GALLERY FOR EACH EVENT

CLICK ON EACH IMAGE TO VIEW THE FULL GALLERY FOR EACH EVENT

Our first conversation is complimentary (usually by telephone), we will answer all your initial questions and follow with a detailed summary, approximate costs and a link to our prop catalogue (from hand-blown vases to garden pergolas).  The next stage is the consultation, where we take all the time necessary to fully understand every detail of your project.  We follow this with your design document which includes overall theme(s), detailed descriptions for each design, illustrations and mood boards.  This is charged at £450 and is reimbursed with the final project invoice.

Whether the brief is to turn a palace ballroom into a secret garden, fill a marquee with ethereal country brights or source and ingeniously display specific ingredients from the latest fragrance brand, we will make it happen.  We have strong relationships with leading international growers and smaller, local farmers to ensure both quality across the seasons and sustainability.

Please call Izzi and Miranda on 020 7581 0759 or email events@philippacraddock.com

 
“Phillipa Craddock transforms weddings with her opulent and English countryside florals. She works closely with clients to interpret exactly what they want and is adored by her brides who profess that she makes “the whole process so easy”
— British Vogue