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Kitten Grayson Flowers is a London based studio that creates unique floral installations for luxury events, weddings and bespoke commissions.

The studio’s work is informed by Kitten’s almost synaesthetic relationship with nature and a commitment to sustainability. With over 15 years experience, Kitten trained under some of London’s top florists whilst also honing her horticultural skills working with landscape architect, Urquhart & Hunt and Dutch landscape designer, Piet Oudolf.

Kitten works closely with the studio’s Managing Director, Harriette Tebbutt, who transitioned into the world of flowers from a career in interior styling and art direction. Together they have developed the studio’s unique signature style – refined yet wild blooms paired according to habitat and season.

Kitten’s horticultural know-how and Harriette’s approach to styling makes them the perfect union.

They have dressed tables and created floral installations for major fashion and beauty brands, as well as a number of art galleries and private weddings.



Specific Details

tickFoam Free
tickCeiling Installation

Additional Information

Do you do a party/wedding consultation?tick
Do you do a site visit?tick
Do you have in-house candles & vases?tick
Do you provide delivery, set up & breakdown?tick
Do you provide floral aisles?tick
Do you provide table centrepieces?tick
Do you provide wedding arches?tick
Do you provide confetti?tick
Do you have in-house props for hire?tick
Do you provide pre party/wedding design sketches?tick
Do you have public liability insurance?tick
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Are you VAT registered?tick


Sustainability is at the core of the studio’s ethos. We strive to source from local growers wherever possible. The studio often incorporates plants into tables-capes in place of cut flowers and invites guests to take them home afterwards, to re-plant in their garden. At a recent wedding, we created an installation of jasmine suspended from the ceiling, whereby the plants’ roots were kept intact. The jasmine was re-planted and now climbs up the front of the newlyweds’ home. Where possible, we always try to return our work to the soil, once an event is over.

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