Marginpar to participate in Interflora World Cup 2023

In a celebration of floral artistry, Marginpar is present as a sponsor of the Interflora World Cup, taking place from September 7 to 9 in Manchester, UK.

A symphony of blooms
As attendees step into this exquisite floral realm, they'll be greeted by enchanting displays that seamlessly blend artistic expression with the elegance of nature. The meticulous craftsmanship of Max van der Sluis and the dedicated Floral Fundamentals team at the entrance creates an awe-inspiring prelude to the wonders that await.

Marginpar flowers at the competition
As participants from diverse corners of the world gather to showcase their floral power, Marginpar's flowers will be present in various designs.

Amidst the vibrant ambiance, eye-catching phone booths adorned with lavish blooms stand ready to be admired and immortalized. Attendees are invited to step inside, capture a blooming selfie, and participate in the #HeyMarginpar social media contest. By sharing their snapshots on platforms like Instagram or Facebook, tagging @marginpar, and using the dedicated hashtag, participants not only showcase their creativity but also stand a chance to win a coveted prize – a captivating floral-filled treasure box featuring Marginpar blooms.

An immersive experience
Engaging in workshops and demos, the Interflora World Cup becomes an educational and inspiring haven for flower enthusiasts and budding florists alike. Throughout the event, Floral Fundamentals ambassadors will weave a tapestry of knowledge and inspiration with their captivating demos. Attendees can engage in a range of floral workshops designed to immerse them in the artistry and techniques of working with beautiful blooms.

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