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Winter Wedding Flowers by Todich Floral Design

Friday, January 30th, 2015

When it comes to London wedding flowers, top London florist Todich Floral Design doesn’t waste any time. This winter wedding flowers bring with them plenty of winter bridal bouquets, corsages, buttonholes and trends in bridesmaid dress designs. Not only do Todich Floral Design expert florists incorporate their gorgeous floral art into each winter wedding flowers design and installation, but they are also offering a special free consultation for each happy couple.

Winter wedding flowers and winter flower arrangement displays

Winter wedding flowers and winter flower arrangements

Winter bridal bouquets are best designed as a balance of white and bright colours or soft pastel contrasts. Blue & white design winter wedding bouquets strike this balance perfectly—like in the white ranunculus design. A compact bouquet of creamy white ranunculus decorated with the smaller buds of pink ranunculus and Grape Hyacinth (also known as Muscari); this is one of the most popular winter wedding flowers bouquets. A profusion of tight blossoms and cones plays with the traditional geometry of bridal bouquets. Long stemmed flowers and dusky, green-tones for foliage frame this London wedding flowers theme somewhere between the stark beauty of winter landscape and the fresh promise and

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renewal of the New Year. Winter wedding bouquets come in all sorts of shapes and colour themes. Depending on the theme and style preferences for each couple, everything from bridal bouquets to the winter wedding reception flowers can take on a brighter or more subdued look, something that is edgier and bolder, or blended and a part of the entire landscape of the venue. Todich Floral Design has one such edgy yet refined bouquet, made up of blossoming red roses and peach peonies (also great for winter wedding corsages), green and lavender Grape Hyacinth buds and a combination of bright green foliage—flat-leafed and serrated edges.

Mocha roses are another top fashionable wedding colour theme this year. Ivory, cream, pink and orange hues, merengue yellow, and various shades of brown are blended together into some truly beautiful winter wedding flowers. The overall effect is satiny smooth and a crisp outline for each distinctly coloured blossom. And not only does the Mocha colour theme turn out to make great winter bridal bouquets, but they are versatile, equally elegant and fitting for winter wedding corsages and buttonholes. In a combination of rustic and regal, this colour theme is uncommonly warm and striking for winter wedding buttonholes.

Wedding colour schemes and ideas for 2015 Waterermelon Pink Earth colours Orange Gray Wedding flowers Orange wedding flowers Peach wedding flowers Pearls bridal bouquetAny bouquet can be paired with a string of pearls or a pearl band for a more vintage wedding look and feel. It also isn’t surprisingly to find grooms unusually excited about their wedding flowers! Of course bride and groom are the focus of attention, reflected in the care and thoughtful design Todich Floral Design’s florists put into each of their winter wedding bouquets and winter wedding flowers designs.  But equally important, in order to truly transform the venue and create a living memory for bride and groom on their special day, are winter wedding reception flowers. Table designs (like table clothes and place settings, table bouquets and decoration), fishbowl vases, pristine white ceramics and contemporary glass designs are several popular methods for incorporating flowers into the layout and architecture of any venue. It’s only the start of the year, but Todich Floral Design’s London wedding flowers show promise for a fabulous wedding season.

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Spring Wedding Flowers and Colours

Tuesday, March 18th, 2014

Most people will tell you that summer is their favourite season. But here at bridal florist Todich Floral Design, we'd stand to argue that fact, especially when it comes to weddings. 

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Spring can be one of the best seasons to have a wedding for a variety of reasons. First and foremost, the flowers. This is the season for bright, cheerful wedding flowers. Tulips, daffodils and other beauties are at their prime during spring and you can be sure that you will get these flowers fresh and at a reasonable price.

Tulip wedding bouquets

Tulips, for example, come in such a variety of colours that you will be sure to find the shade you are looking for, or if you are looking to go multicolour, with this wedding flower you will get a palette as wide as you can imagine. One tulip shade that is really pretty is a light dusty purple. This is a shade that will work magnificently on its own. Or you can combine it with bright yellow flowers for a wedding to make a brighter impact.

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This is a shade that will work magnificently on its own. Or you can combine it with bright yellow flowers for a wedding to make a brighter impact. If your wedding is going to be more toned down, refined elegance, then intersperse the light purple wedding flowers with deep egglplant coloured ones.

Rose bridal bouquets

Of course, roses are one of the main flowers symbolic of love and give you a whole palette of colours to work with. One really great spring wedding flower idea is the combination of orange, white and yellow roses, with the bridesmaids wearing pale violet dresses. The contrast and the perfect spring palette of this combination really catch the eye.

Using daffodils as spring wedding flowers

Fresh daffodils are hard to get in any other season, so if you are fan of this wedding flower, or the colour yellow, a spring wedding is the perfect opportunity to take full advantage of it. One lovely idea is to use monochromatic daffodil bouquets, with bridesmaids wearing different shades of the spring palette. This combination looks best with pale coloured dresses and bright bridal flowers, as if the dresses and the flowers are bright it can be a bit too much.

Daffodils do not only come in yellow but white as well. There is a light airiness to a bouquet of delicate paperwhites, which cannot be compared to any other flower. Bunched together this flower looks like a collection of pretty little white stars and will look very up-to-date and fresh at a spring wedding. Plus they smell wonderful too!

Spring wedding props

The one tricky part of weddings in the spring is that the weather is not quite as predictable. So you always want to have some kind of rain-proof solution, in case the weather turns on you. One lovely outdoor wedding solution is to have colourful umbrellas hanging over the seating area. If you have an indoor venue, umbrellas can be given away as gifts, and in the UK you can be sure your guests will make use of these even after the wedding has passed.

It’s not only flowers in London that bloom in spring but love as well, so if you have always wanted to have a spring wedding, we say don’t hesitate!

Warm winter wedding flowers

Monday, February 10th, 2014

If you’re having a winter wedding in January or February this doesn’t mean you have to go with a typically wintery white colour scheme for your wedding flowers. This London bride who got married last January chose a gorgeous combination of warm, burnt-orange coffee break roses for her bridal bouquet, combined with paler peaches and creams along with splashes of dusty grey amnesia and touches of pearls to create a cosy, vintage feel.

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Roses are a firm favourite for romantic wedding flowers and for creating soft, feminine, country garden and vintage style wedding bouquets. Along with peonies, they are one of the most frequently requested wedding flowers at London florist Todich Floral Design, and it’s not difficult to see why. Not only do they come in a huge variety of colours and shapes, they are very versatile and work well with most other flowers too. From wild looking garden roses and delicate spray varieties in sweet pastel hues, to bright oranges, reds and pinks, and the classic white avalanche, roses are perfect for a variety of wedding flower styles and colour schemes.

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We love how the bright orange of the coffee break roses in this bride’s bouquet was complemented and toned down with the gentler peaches and creams and how the dusty amnesia added a nostalgic vibe. A delicate string of pearls was added and trailed around for a touch of elegance and to create a vintage style.

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The wedding buttonholes and corsages complemented the bridal bouquet by picking up the hints of peach and pearl decorations, with ladies’ corsages featuring a pearl covered stem and mens buttonholes, an elegant pearl pin.

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Wedding reception flowers were kept simple and sophisticated, with posies of perfectly domed hand-tied roses set in classic shaped fishbowl and glass cube vases.

These were in keeping with bride’s dress and overall theme for the day which was very feminine and classically chic.

Whatever style of wedding you're planning, whether its modern, retro, quirky, rustic or completely unique, Todich Floral Design can help you create the perfect weddding flowers to complement your special day. Contact our weddings team now to discuss your ideas or request a quote.

A Blooming Success at the National Wedding Show

Thursday, October 10th, 2013

This year Todich Floral Design was lucky enough to be part of London’s National Wedding Show. Held in Earl’s court, the annual event takes place over one weekend during the autumn season.

WP_20130927_035The show ran from 27th-29th September and was set to be ‘the UK’s largest wedding show’ of all time.  The venue was filled with over a 250 wedding specialists who ranged from London wedding flowers, photography, wedding dresses, stationary, jewellery, cakes, shoes, music, hen parties and men’s wear.

This year it was vital for our florists to design a beautiful and mesmerising stand that would be eye-catching and impress the brides.  Having secured a stand at the front of the exhibition hall, Todich Floral Design wanted brides to be wowed over with the display.

Keen to stand out from the crowd, the floristry team worked together in planning a stunning display that has never been seen before. Head London florist Kalina Lokinska wanted to ensure that the flowers were stylish, affordable and in line with current trends.

Our florists decided to theme the stand around our recently bought French antique mannequin. We would create a wedding dress made entirely with wedding flowers which are easily availble during the autumn season.

One day before the wedding show, our florists shaped a wire mesh around the waist of the mannequin. The mesh was made with chicken wire and formed the base shape of the London wedding dress. Next, English moss was hand-woven into the design which was then followed with preserved oak leaves

IMG_7318The wedding dress was then decorated with white gypsophila wedding flowers and white phalaenopsis orchids which draped beautifully around the display.

The floristry team then designed a wedding bouquet to suit the autumn season. The bridal bouquet was a simple design that included orange and cream roses with a cream ribbon and pretty pearl pins. We designed an urn with orange and cream roses which was placed in the corner of the exhibition stand. The flower arrangement stood on a white surrounded by autumnal coloured wallpaper.

The overall design was eye-catching, modern and unique to any other florist. The flower dress drew a vast amount of attention from the media and brides, and many couples came over to the stand to compliment the design. The wedding show was an incredibly busy weekend which was enjoyed immensely by the floral team.

Todich Floral Design will be exhibiting at the Grand Olympia, London on the 21st-23rd February 2014. Keep a look at our Facebook and twitter accounts for further updates on flower designs.

Bride Flowers

Thursday, September 5th, 2013

Todich Floral Design is a wedding florist in London that offers Bridal Bouquets in a variety of shapes & Styles – It’s the magic and romance of weddings that make the spring and summer seasons a special time of year. Planning a London wedding can be a daunting but exciting process, it is always advisable to start researching and planning early so to not get too over-whelmed and stressed for the big day.

34The bridal flower bouquet is one of the most important elements of a UK wedding day. There is a lot to consider when it comes to choosing the right wedding flowers. Seasons are the first aspect to look into, it is recommended to discover which blooms will be in season at certain times of the year, for example; Tulips are available in winter , Peonies are available in spring, Hydrangeas are available in summer and sunflower are available in autumn,

If you are looking for wedding flowers in London then London florist Todich Floral Design offers an award winning service like no other.  Established in 2001; the company specialises in all aspect of providing bespoke wedding flower arrangements. The florist designs bridal bouquets, bridesmaids flower bouquets, wedding buttonholes, flower corsages, wedding candelabras, wedding reception flowers and church wedding flowers.

46_resizeThe wedding consultants will help guide you through every step until the day of your wedding, they will help you choose your wedding bouquets, London and our skilful team will even help advice suitable wedding flowers with taking into consideration the colour scheme, wedding theme, seasonality and budget. Todich Floral Design offer free personal consultations to all London brides getting married in London.

Todich Floral Design offers a timed flower delivery service to all London weddings; we deliver the wedding flowers on the morning of your special day and will even install the large flower displays free of charge! We at Todich Floral Design even go that one step further and provide a wedding flowers collection service and the end of the ceremony.

Our online portfolio is regularly updated with our latest bridal wedding flowers, take a look at our Facebook and twitter page for new blogs and wedding photo albumsContact us for flowers delivered in London, by calling 02077371166 or by emailing weddings@todichfloraldesign.co.uk.

Red Rose Wedding Flowers

Monday, August 12th, 2013

29The red rose flower is unquestionably the most beautiful of all roses. Red is the colour of love and symbolises lust, desire and passion. Red roses are immensely popular on Valentine’s Day which is why the price almost triples in value.  A single red rose has a meaning of love and is traditionally given as a sign of affection to friends and family members.

There are hundreds of different varieties27 and shades of red roses, ranging from bright red, crimson to dark burgundy,  the high street favourites are still the classic Grand Prix’, Ruby Red’  and ‘Naomi’.

Red roses are great flowers for romantic Valentine weddings; we have designed many valentine themed wedding ceremonies where the flower arrangements have varied from classic to contemporary designs.

Many of our brides wish for classic wedding12 flower bouquets. All-red roses or even red and white rose bouquets work brilliantly for timeless designs. Our florists tend to mix roses with freesias to create sweet smelling flower displays.

On occasion we have been asked to create a modern flower designs especially for a valentine’s themed wedding.  Our florists have constructed heart shared wedding bouquets where they have stylistically 20arranged still grass into a shape of a heart around the flowers. The team often decorate the bouquet with pretty diamante jewels for an extra WOW factor!

The colour red is also associated with the festive Christmas season. Red roses and other red flowers are often used for Christmas themed weddings. Our florist decorated a Christmas bridal bouquet with cinnamon sticks, orange slices and 16miniature baubles for a recent London wedding.

Red rose wedding posy bouquets will always be in fashion due to the classic colour scheme and traditional flower design.  Roses mixed with trailing ivy and tied with white satin ribbon and a pearl pin seems to be the favourite bridal bouquet for many London weddings.

Todich Floral design has delivered wedding33_resize flowers to London for over 17 years. The floristry company are able to design bridal bouquets, bridesmaid’s bouquets, flower girl baskets and bouquets, flower buttonholes, flower corsages, church arrangements, church pew-end flowers, flower pedestals, flower hairpieces, reception flowers, table arrangements, mantelpiece arrangements and thank you flower bouquets for every UK Wedding.

36Todich Floral Design offers a free one-to-one consultation service where the consultant’s works with the bride through every step of the flower design process. If you would like to speak to one of our floral design team in London then give us a call on 02077371166 or email weddings@todichfloraldesign.co.uk.

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A Neutral Wedding – Whites & Greens

Tuesday, June 25th, 2013

 

 The design team worked with a very organised bride who started planning her flowers a year prior to her wedding.   This was fantastic for the team, it meant we had time to plan the flowers and that there was an ongoing dialogue with the bride throughout the process.

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We like to start the design process with an initial conultation when a member of the design team can meet the bride and sometimes the groom to discuss ideas.  We like to get to know each bride, this really helps us to decide on the style and feel of the wedding and to make sure the flowers work for each individual.  We discussed the flower ideas to the bride and she wanted a very fresh feel to her designs.  The team suggested cream roses for a classic element and to introduce freshness, by adding vibernum and seasonal foliage.  The bride was wearing a very simple classic dress which was thankfully light on embelishment 8_resizedetails. so we suggested a shower bouquet, these are very much back in fashion, but it is important it works with the design of your chosen dress and we felt this design would suit her perfectly.

The ceremony was to be held in Trinity House which is a beautiful venue that overlooks the Tower of London and the River Thames.  The bride decided on two simple vase displays which fitted with the bridal flowers of cream roses and vibernum, these were placed on the cermony table.

The reception was a restaurant called The Distillers, in Smithfield Market, when we visited the venue we noticed the galleried staircase and felt this could be the central feature for the designs.  The team suggested using cream fabric and ivy which was draped along the staircase to give a soft, romantic feel when the guests and bridal party arrived.  The tables were dressed with simple posy arrangements of cream roses, vibernum and seasonal foliage.  The bride had also collected a selection of props which included, white laterns which we dressed with ivy and these were lit in the evening with tealights.  All very romantic ….

 

 

Brides Comment

''Hi Laura and Carol

Just to say a massive thank you so much for our wedding flowers.

They were amazing and are more beautiful than we imagined and we had so many lovely comments on them. The fabric looked so lovely at the reception venue – it looked so much better than I thought it would.

Our house is now full of the table arrangements and my bouquet has been taken off to get preserved as I want to be able to capture the beauty of them forever.

The level of service we received from you both has been outstanding and we are happy to recommend you to people in the future.

I will post you a proper thank you card and a couple of pics from the day soon !

Brigitte and Daniel ''

xxx