The month that was…June!

It’s another new month and we’re reporting back on a busy June at Rewired, which saw the team delivering work across the region and further afield in Wiltshire and London. Here’s a round-up of what we have been up to.

St Philips' fifth anniversary

We have been working closely with land developers, St Philips on their brand identity and new website and we were pleased to celebrate their fifth anniversary alongside their guests at Dirty Martini.

Moët & Chandon summer party

Moët celebrated the start of summer at the only Moët & Chandon terrace outside of London where guests shared a Moët Moment at The Edgbaston. Guests enjoyed a special toast at 17:43 to mark the year that Moët & Chandon was established. The award winning art deco boutique hotel and cocktail lounge also features in our seven spots to enjoy Brum in the sun post!

Cadbury World’s Baby Dippy

Cadbury World’s talented chocolatiers have created a chocolate baby Diplodocus to celebrate the arrival of ‘Dippy on Tour’ to Birmingham Museums and Art Gallery. The chocolatiers created a prehistoric egg which slowly cracked to reveal ‘Baby Dippy’ which weighs in at almost 30kg, the equivalent of 667 bars of standard Cadbury Dairy Milk. The chocolate creation features hand sculpted details including the meticulously hand piped bumps on the surface of Baby Dippy to emulate the texture of the skin.

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Heal's Press Show

Taking place at the plush 68 Dean Street townhouse, Heal's showcased their Autumn Winter 2018 collection and took over the townhouse with hand-picked designs. The upcoming season sees two distinct colour palettes ranging from the dark, inky hues of the Midnight Elegance collection to the earthy colour palette of the Global Fusion collection. The press show also continued Heal’s support for British design talent including the exclusive pendant design from Tom Raffield to Magnus Long’s debut for Heals in the form of the stunning Massimo armchair and sofa.

Good Food Show and Gardeners’ World

A must-visit for food and gardening lovers alike, the BBC Good Food Show and BBC Gardeners’ World Live arrived at The NEC where the team were based at the press lounge from 14 – 17 June. Popular chefs including Tom Kerridge, Mary Berry and Raymond Blanc took to the stage along with garden experts, Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh and Carol Klein, Take a look at our blog post on the event here.

The Ivy Temple Row

Ahead of The Nature Valley Classic which is an important warm up to Wimbledon, two of the world’s top tennis stars visited The Ivy Temple Row. The players enjoyed a quintessential afternoon tea at the newest addition to St Philips Square where British number two, Heather Watson and world number five, Elina Svitolina shared British culture with tea, scones and a special tennis ball inspired dessert to celebrate the return of the British tennis season.

The Handmade Fair at Bowood House, Wiltshire

After working on press launches, brand activity and the Warwickshire show, it was time for The Handmade Fair to arrive at Bowood House. The summer had finally arrived and the fair was treated to a weekend of brilliant sunshine, crafts and appearances from Kirstie Allsopp, Liz Earle and Sarah Raven. We loved the show and it was fantastic to see the exhibitors and drop into many of the craft workshops.

Mailbox celebrates British Flowers Week

With the summer in full bloom, the Mailbox celebrated with a series of floral-filled programme of events. Working with floristry experts Bloom Collective, there were workshops to create eye-catching hand-tied posies at MADE.com, on-trend terrarium workshops in the Heal’s showroom and finishing with an elegant summer wreath class at Wesley Barrell.

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