We recently popped up at The Foundry’s annual festival, Secret Summer. The event is produced by Tyler Hollinger of HighLife Productions, Andrew Maturana of Rapt Hospitality, and Allison Du Val of the Foundry. We had the pleasure of setting up our flower crown pop up station where ladies and gents alike stood online for hours to snag one of our vibrant crowns. Festival-goers had a blast wearing our crowns and dancing the day away to a live band and DJ. Secret Summer, held at one of New York’s raddest venues, is an annual festival not to be missed!
We had the pleasure of teaming up with Pure Wow and Bai for their “Sip Into Summer” event. It was hosted at The Catch rooftop in New York City and was a fun night of small bites, bright florals, and bai cocktails. We went with a tropical theme and provided bright florals for their room decor as well as a tropical garland to accent the Bai drinks. Our favorite part of the event? The nostalgic Bai swirly straws in lime green!
What better way to kick off summer than with JCrew and Mandy Moore for National stripes Day! Held at the Elizabeth Street Garden in Manhattan’s Nolita neighborhood, is a one of a kind sculpture garden. JCrew transformed the space into a summer kickoff event complete with a fish fry, onsite embroidery, and seasonal drinks. We were given the opportunity to install a floral archway, dress the sculptures with flowers, and set up a floral bouquet cart. Our custom branded floral cart featured JCrew’s stripes, logo, and was accented with fully bloomed peonies! Guests got to pick their own seasonal flowers to create a mini bouquet. We nearly fell over when the beautiful Mandy Moore stopped by our cart making it a perfect New York City summer night!
If you haven’t already seen HBO’s new show Los Espookys then you need to dedicate your next Sunday to marathoning it! Produced by Fred Armisen, Lorne Michaels, and Andrew Singer is a Spanish bilingual comedy following a group of horror enthusiasts. The premiere was held at the Angel Orensanz Center in the lower east side of Manhattan. It was originally built as a synagogue and with all its ornate details, didn’t need much decor to make it feel “spooky.” We provided a grand entrance for guests with an oversized greenery and branch installation. Inside, we dressed the tables with dark florals, a custom made prayer altar, and candles. We even took it one step further making it feel extra spooky by creating arrangements with wax melted doll heads and skulls. By far our funnest (and spookiest) creations yet!
One lucky Dunkin Donuts in all of New York City was chosen to be transformed into a “dessert island” for the new release of their Hershey flavored coffee. We were part of the talented crew who worked through the night to complete the look for the 5 am coffee drinkers. On this overnight installation we dressed a wall with greenery and palms, lined the light fixtures with tropical greenery garland, and adorned a custom made tiki hut with sprayed and fresh palms. Customers were pleasantly surprised to find their favorite Dunkin Donut’s location completely transformed!