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"The only supplier we know out there creating illuminated trees as beautifully as this - we love them!"

Twilight Trees

Twilight Trees are the go-to brand for specialist faux arboreal lighting and flora and have been adding glamour to events since 2014.

Their LED Cherry Trees are a simple yet stunning way to light up your venue. The LED Maple trees are available in a natural green or a classic white and are the perfect option if you are after a leafy LED look. As well as a more neutral palette.

Twilight Trees in Bloom

‘Trees in Bloom’ are more economical than big displays of real flowers and stand alone as a singular option or to enhance any floral display.  The headliners of the ‘Trees in Bloom’ collection are Cherry blossom and Wisteria trees. These provide a much-desired look without the restrictions of seasonality. These trees are handcrafted to the highest standard with hand painted resin bark and stunning silk blooms they are added for the breathtaking final effect.

Twilight Trees have lit up venues such as Burlington Arcade, Somerset House, the V&A and Historic Royal Palaces. With exceptional service and attention to detail, Twilight Trees has established a faultless reputation within the industry. The professional team will deliver and collect at your convenience and set up the trees quickly and efficiently.

Whether looking to frame a grand entrance, create an elegant walkway or add some vibrancy into a corporate space; Twilight Trees would be delighted to work with you to create the effect you are looking for. Check out their Real Event feature here.

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