Since 1876 Moyses Stevens have been known for the artistry and quality of their floristry. The company currently holds a Royal warrant of appointment from HRH The Prince of Wales.
In the 1920’s their shop in Berkeley Square was called a ‘veritable Chelsea Flower Show’ every day of the year’ . They have shops in central London, a floristry studio and head office in Wandsworth Common in south west London.
Around 45 expert florists from around the globe work for the company, bringing with them a wealth of cultural styles and in depth knowledge of native plants from many countries. With such cultural infuences and shared skills, Moyses Stevens florists create beautifully unique designs each and every working day.
Moyses Stevens believe in working with the seasons and champion home grown, organic flowers, creating hand crafted displays and bouquets from sustainably harvested British flowers, wherever possible.
Moyses Stevens creations decorate palaces and the finest homes, themed for beautifully elegant entertaining. They dress offices for business functions and add impact and drama to large scale events with their unique fresh flower designs.
Their designs are regularly featured in homes and fashion publications, and are often called upon by film art departments to dress sets.
As well as coming up with creative designs for film sets, stylists, and publications such as Flux Magazine and Elle Decoration, the company’s concern at the challenges facing British growers can be seen and heard on the BBC’s Gardeners World, in The Daily Telegraph and The Independent newspapers.
Moyses Stevens send flowers nationally and internationally and can be found here