The Violin Factory

A corporate dinner reflecting the industrial feel of the venue.

A high end intimate dining experience memorable for its unique concept.

The brief: To create a high end intimate dining experience, memorable for its unique concept, working with the industrial feel of the venue.

A full and luscious table runner of flowers, in a subtle colour palette placed on a hand painted table with reflective finish

Guests journeyed through a walk way of mixed ferns created to blend with the existing venues cacti garden, transporting clients from the outside in through a hidden door. A bespoke dining table was made for the clients that faded from black through white with luxurious gold leaf adorning both edges to accentutate the plate and cutlery choices. A full and luscious table runner of fresh flowers in a subtle colour palette was placed down the center of the table.  A mix of classic roses and lisianthus were used in combination with more unusual air plants to add texture and an industrial flavour to the arrangements, all framed by a runner of black and white candlesticks and gold votives.

Ferns and air plants are often found in derelict buildings so were the perfect nod back to the bygone industrial history of this building whilst the high volume of flowers, foliages and plants used with the touches of gold added the luxurious the element the client was looking for.