As part of our service, we offer Christmas displays for offices, restaurants, hotels, stadiums and private houses. – Trees, Wreaths, Garlands and more.
From the initial stage of design we offer our expertise right through to the delivery, installation and finally, the collection of the decorations early in January.
We can install anything – whether it’s a 7ft green replica tree, an 8m aluminium LED tree or gold glitter Moose heads from Ohio.
In recent years we have made a lot more bespoke decorations, such as china teacups
and even gold sprayed lobsters!
Happy to work to a given colour scheme or we can suggest our own.
We are often asked to tie in decoration themes with a Company’s branding and we can’t think of a colour scheme we’ve not explored!
Our Client Bruntwood, has in recent years, requested only live trees with natural decorations that will decomposed along with the tree, once Christmas is past.
To meet this requirement, each Bruntwood Christmas tree was dressed with handmade recycled paper chains, dried orange slices, cinnamon bundles and pine cones.
One of our Christmas displays entailed an upside down white tree which needed to be individually attached to metal framework. Adorned with baubles, customised letters and fine rose gold lighting.
It was only a matter of time before festive living walls popped up and new for 2021, we installed our first snow frosted artificial living wall for a Mancunian hospitality client.
We’ve had the pleasure of installing Grand Pacific Manchester’s Christmas decorations for a number of years now and due to it’s bespoke detail and sheer size, at the end of each Christmas season, we dismantle and return to our Nursery HQ to carefully wrap and store until the following year.
For those wanting live varieties, our trees are sustainably sourced from trusted suppliers we have worked with for many years previous.
From larger trees destined for public spaces – like this pair standing proudly outside Alberts Schloss in Manchester, to smaller scale varieties perfect for a residential setting.
We can literally, 'set the scene' when it comes to Christmas