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Floral Couture Experts Grace Floral London 

Grace Floral London, a luxury couture floral company, creates environmentally-minded, bespoke floral compositions for home delivery, retail, editorial, styling, and corporate events.

Founded in March 2021 by twin sisters Diana and Sabina Bilenko and Halla Al-Saad, Grace Floral London is inspired by fashion and the idea of creating couture-like bespoke floral arrangements. The couture floral brand creates both fresh bouquets and dried floral arrangements using premium flowers in its signature, graceful and iconic style, whilst working with only environmentally conscious suppliers.

Grace Floral London’s Collections

The Summer Collection

Inspired by seasonal flowers the summer collection features beautiful arrangements such as ‘A Stroll With Me’ (£450.00) featuring a playful arrangement of stylish roses. To say ‘A Warm Thank You’ gift this bouquet which includes delicate wildflowers including dark tulips, blue delphiniums and orange gloriosa in nature’s bright colours (£300.00).

The Couture Collection

The Couture Collection features floral masterpieces like Le Rose Bouquet, which includes dusky orange-pink roses and a delicate feather plant (£1,167.00) and ‘The Splendour Garden’ (£1,011.00) a magnificent floral arrangement of baby pink roses, lilac, green hydrangeas, delphinium, purple chrysanthemum, carnation, spray roses and gaura flowers. These impressive floral installations have been displayed at iconic London venues such as Harrods, the Lanesborough Hotel and Christie’s Auction House.

This summer Grace Floral London created a special installation in partnership with Kamiletto in time for the Chelsea Flower Show. Chelsea in Bloom is London’s largest free flower festival, extending the Chelsea Flower Show out into the local neighbourhood. On the 23rd of May, Grace Floral London and Kamiletto unveiled their special installation as part of the Chelsea in Bloom creative displays at 114 Kings Road, Chelsea and won silver. The installation was inspired by British floral icon Constance Spry. Responsible for the flowers at Queen Elizabeth II’s coronation, she was known as the first ‘domestic goddess’ who made flower decorating an art form. The installation highlights how Floristry is a dialogue between artistic expression and a natural, never ending, spectrum of colours and textures.

To see more of Grace Floral London’s beautiful work and to order arrangements please visit the website here.

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