The Conservatory at MGM National Harbor Holiday 2016 Fast Facts

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The Conservatory at MGM National Harbor

Holiday 2016 Fast Facts
 
The Conservatory
  • Designer: Ed Libby Company & Events
  • Displays of flora and high-quality materials in a theatrical presentation that changes seasonally
  • 15,000 square feet
  • Glass atrium: 85 feet high
  • Three display beds
  • Daily, 24 hours
  • Complimentary
2016 “Holiday Reflections” Exhibit
  • 150,000 flowers locally sourced from non-profit organization, Melwood
  • 60-foot geometric, glass-mirrored holiday tree
  • 9 gift boxes, 4 feet – 6 feet wide
  • 9 20-foot-tall suspended ornaments
  • 2-foot-wide floral ribbon made of white carnations
  • 12-inch gazing balls
  • 25-foot deconstructed wreath; made of two mirrored gift boxes, connected by a wreath of floral ornaments, topped with an oversized Plexiglas bow
  • Frozen bridge: decorated with phalaenopsis orchids, metallic gazing balls and fresh flower clusters, leads guests from the main lobby into the Conservatory; 6 feet wide, 24 feet long
  • 2,052 potted plants: white poinsettias, white azaleas, white kalanchoes, white amaryllis and green mini- variegated ivy
  • 7 trees ranging in height from 8 – 60 feet
 
Overview
The Conservatory at MGM National Harbor’s inaugural winter exhibit, “Holiday Reflections,” elicits feelings of whimsy steeped within a sense of modern glamour. Imagined and created by Ed Libby Company & Events, more than 70,000 white carnations, poinsettias, orchids, hydrangea and kalanchoes span the sophisticated winter wonderland while featuring a frozen bridge leading to a contemporary forest filled with a series of geometric, glass-mirrored holiday trees ranging from eight to 60 feet in height; deconstructed wreath; mirrored gift boxes; and oversized, glittering ornaments suspended from The Conservatory’s 85-foot-tall glass ceiling.
 
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Media Information – (301) 971-6111 / publicrelations@mgmresorts.com
Media Newsroom – newsroom.mgmnationalharbor.com/
 

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