July 10, 2017

Green is the new Pink

Last year it seemed the entire world was wearing rose tinted glasses. Everything was pink, millennial pink - you know the shade, that pale rose meets salmon, think the hotel in Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel or pretty much any item of clothing that was made in 2016. Thankfully though Pantone (the authority on colour- that is actually what their website says) have had enough of Rose Quartz (the official name for millennial pink) and declared that this year the colour we're all going to go gaga for is, drum roll please...Greenery. 

This declaration has had us breathing a sigh of relief, whilst pink may still hold some semblance of romance it may not be the primary choice for a wedding anymore. Green (or Greenery sorry) is fresh, it's clean it symbolises new beginnings and so it's the perfect colour accent to introduce at your wedding, your new start. From adding foliage to your bouquet to making it a part of your colour scheme or maybe adding those touches of mint or rosemary to make our green florals easy on the nose, Green is definitely the new black or pink...ok it's just the new colour we love. Let the Pinterest boards start filling up!

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In Spring 2019 Moriarty organised a corporate away day and retreat to Cowdray House for a special selection of London’s top PA and EA’s.

The Most Idyllic Country Wedding Venue

Set on a 2,000 acre estate in the heart of the Cotswolds, Cornwell Manor is the epitome of idyllic.

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September 11, 2017

Green is the new Pink

Last year it seemed the entire world was wearing rose tinted glasses. Everything was pink, millennial pink - you know the shade, that pale rose meets salmon, think the hotel in Wes Anderson's Grand Budapest Hotel or pretty much any item of clothing that was made in 2016. Thankfully though Pantone (the authority on colour- that is actually what their website says) have had enough of Rose Quartz (the official name for millennial pink) and declared that this year the colour we're all going to go gaga for is, drum roll please...Greenery. 

This declaration has had us breathing a sigh of relief, whilst pink may still hold some semblance of romance it may not be the primary choice for a wedding anymore. Green (or Greenery sorry) is fresh, it's clean it symbolises new beginnings and so it's the perfect colour accent to introduce at your wedding, your new start. From adding foliage to your bouquet to making it a part of your colour scheme or maybe adding those touches of mint or rosemary to make our green florals easy on the nose, Green is definitely the new black or pink...ok it's just the new colour we love. Let the Pinterest boards start filling up!

Source link

Enchanted Easter at The Lanesborough

Moriarty's Easter transformation at The Lanesborough

Corporate Away Night at Cowdray House

In Spring 2019 Moriarty organised a corporate away day and retreat to Cowdray House for a special selection of London’s top PA and EA’s.

The Most Idyllic Country Wedding Venue

Set on a 2,000 acre estate in the heart of the Cotswolds, Cornwell Manor is the epitome of idyllic.

St Tropez comes to Haslemere

The brief was a St Tropez themed wedding...

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