New Pop-Up Creates a Spring Wonderland in Garden State Plaza

by Natalie Tsur
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The Floral Escape is bringing a new, seasonal addition to Westfield Garden State Plaza in Paramus, NJ. This “Spring in Living Color” feature will provide five floral-themed installations, available upon reservation from April 15 to June 6.

Since its launch in late 2020, The Floral Escape has been transforming ordinary spaces into three-dimensional experiences. Previously, the group coordinated a fall-themed event, “The Fall Escape,” at Queens Farm Museum in Queens, NY. This setting granted the company enough outdoor range to mimic a fantastical adaptation of the season. 

These pop-ups take an artisan approach, fusing color and nature to create a visceral connection throughout the year. In doing so, the company hopes to invigorate and prompt the creative mind for all visitors.

The Floral Escape Pop-Up at Garden State Plaza

“Spring in Living Color” simulates an immersive floral atmosphere, allowing guests the opportunity to photograph themselves or stroll through the walkway. Included in this series is an impressive display of flowers, presented as gardens or used to accessorize the “Floral Talk” phone booth, for example. 

The creators of The Floral Escape designed “Spring in Living Color” to elevate the essence of spring, implementing an environment where happiness blooms. In developing the varied sceneries, established designers within the luxury events industry, Azizan Aliand and Laila Ahmed, applied their expertise to craft extravagant floral displays. 


The exhibit will operate every day during its limited time offer, but hours may vary throughout the week. In sustaining accordance to Covid restrictions, visiting by appointment is necessary as well as wearing a mask. Visitors will also be given a time slot to experience the series in order to maintain allotted capacity levels. Tickets can be purchased online, priced at $15 for adults and $10 for children. The pop-up will be located at the second level of Macy’s Court.

Let us know if you plan on checking out “Spring in Living Color” by The Floral Escape in Paramus, NJ!

Main image by @thefloralescape

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Natalie is an editorial assistant at The Digest and a student at Ramapo College of New Jersey. She is a Bergen County native and has a particular interest in feature journalism. When she’s not writing, she’s driving around with her friends or at the nearest Dunkin’ Donuts.

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