Lavender Green Flowers, London’s leading florists with over 26 years of experience supplying designs for corporate events, private parties and weddings, has announced a new contract win with Keith Prowse, the UK's leading hospitality provider, at the summer’s major sporting events.
The partnership will see Lavender Green Flowers work closely with Keith Prowse to create bespoke floral displays for hospitality areas at Aegon Championships, The Championships, Wimbledon and the Investec Derby Festival.
At Aegon Championships, played at The Queen’s Club in West London, Lavender Green Flowers has developed colourful, contemporary and chic designs inspired by the summer season, with each hospitality area enjoying its own style.
Lavender Green Flowers will also dress the prestigious The Gatsby Club hospitality area at The Championships, Wimbledon, evoking the feeling of the quintessential English Garden, with a modern interpretation, loose foliage and bursts of colour.
For the Investec Derby Festival, Lavender Green will work with Keith Prowse to ensure all hospitality areas have their own bespoke design, reflecting the individual styles and clientele of each club area.
Sue Barnes, Managing Director at Lavender Green Flowers commented: “To be involved in such iconic sporting events is a great achievement and we cannot wait to get started with Keith Prowse. This season we are showcasing contemporary designs that draw inspiration from English heritage. Each space will have a unique concept and we are looking forward to seeing it all take shape.”
Nick Gratwick, Head of Events at Keith Prowse, said: “As official hospitality suppliers to the UK’s stand out sporting and cultural events we pride ourselves in delivering the best possible experience for our guests. We are certain that Lavender Green’s floral displays will enhance our hospitality areas and look forward to seeing their designs come to life this summer. ”
Keith Prowse is part of Levy Restaurants UK, the sports, leisure and hospitality division of Compass Group UK & Ireland.