2018 Canada Blooms. Floral Alley


Sunday, March 25, 2018 2:00:00 AM

Walk the Red Carpet of Floral Alley
Unique pieces of floral art inspired by Hollywood’s best films

(Canada Blooms, Toronto, March 2018) - Canada Blooms celebrating this year everything about the movies.

No question, filmmakers pour their soul into their art, and the same can be said about the floral creations inspired by the silver screen at Canada Blooms. Stunning arrays of colours arranged into unique designs, refreshed daily over the course of the 10-day show, lead you down Floral Alley and into the heart of the show.

“The passion and creativity that has gone into this year’s floral designs are stunning,” says Jennifer Harvey, a professional floral designer and head of floral procurement and design at Canada Blooms. “They will send your senses into overload. Canada’s best floral designers are on hand, and they always dazzle.”

The celebration of film continues along Floral Alley where some of Canada’s top professional floral designers produce jaw-dropping floral sculptures with vibrant colours, enchanting scents and textures of beautiful fresh cut flowers.

“Seeing a 15-foot sculpture made of flowers and what our amazing artists can produce is part of the wow factor of Canada Blooms,” says floral designer Jennifer Harvey. “Guests will enjoy seeing the movie theme pieces from the culture of the industry to the films themselves. Ideas from red carpet magic to classic movies will be reimagined and brought to life. This will be a show stopper!”

Each professional floral artist has assembled a piece of floral art that represents what the Canada Blooms theme, Let’s Go to the Movies, means to them. This year’s creations in Floral Alley include:

- Breakfast at Tiffany’s by floral artist Jennifer Harvey.
An Iconic movie celebrating fashion, fad and now brought to life again through flowers.
- Memoirs Of A Geisha by Bruno Duarte
It's one of my favourite movies! I want to one day experienceherry blossom season in Japan.
- Reel Flowers by Rada Brad
- Pop-Pop-Pop-Corn by Sveta Shvedenkova
On the way to the movie going through a "firework" of popcorn.
- Hollywood Red Carpet Movie Night by Lena Pham
Celebrating stories of life, passion and art with talent and creativity.
- Hollywood Glam by Araz Adam
- Let's Grow To The Movies by Julie Drago
Garden filled with film and flowers

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