Flowers for the Queens

Her Majesty Queen Maxima and Her Majesty Queen Mathilde of Belgium opened the annual sculpture exhibition at Lange Voorhout in The Hague. The official opening of the exhibition “Flemish Vormidable Contemporary Sculpture’ happened with great interest from attendees, public and press.
This exhibition of museum Sculptures by the Sea, with the work of established and young emergingBelgian artists, celebrates 20 years of cultural cooperation between the Netherlands and Belgium. LM Flower Fashion was asked to style the ‘royal’ bouquets for the queens.

‘Royal’ flowers

Koningin Maxima en Koningin_web4To celebrate 20 years of cultural cooperation between the Netherlands and Belgiums and the opening of the sculpture exhibition Vormidable Contemporary Sculpture, LM Flower Fashion was asked to style the royal bouquets for two queens. Queen Maxima and Queen Mathilde are known for their fashionable taste and therefore colorful flowers were selected. For Queen Maxima of the Netherlands was a hand styled bouquet of hydrangea Divine Cerise of Vollering Hydrangea, Pearl Avalanche of Meijer Roses, Phalaenopsis Omega of Walter Grootscholten Orchids, Polianthus Sensation and Clematis Inspiration of Marginpar.

 

 

The hand bouquet for Queen Mathilde of Belgium was assembled with Sibilla Antiquehydrangea of Vollering Hydrangea, Pearl Avalanche of Meijer Roses, Phalaenopsis Omega of Walter Grootscholten Orchids Vanda Angelite of Anco pure Vanda, Polianthus Super Gold and Clematis Blue Pirouette of Marginpar.Koningin Mathilde_beelden aan zee_fleurmagazine.be

The two queens were both wearing a creation by Belgian fashion house Natan. The bouquets were offered in the Royal Theatre in The Hague. The royal afternoon ended with a reception in the Kloosterkerk. The entrance of the queens was equally colorful styled.

The new summer exhibit of museum Sculptures by the Sea is composed by the famous Flemish curator Stef van Bellingen, in collaboration with museum Sculptures by the Sea and visit from May 20 to October 25 at the square in The Hague and satellite locations from May 20 – 30 august.

 

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