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Shades Of White: How To Choose Your Winter Wedding Bouquet

Sunday, January 15th, 2017

Brides in wintertime have all the more reason to be excited, not only because they are about to tie the knot and embark upon a beautiful journey—but also for all the options they have when it comes to seasonal flowers and colour options. There’s not just white to select from! For winter brides and bridesmaids, Todich Floral Design has arranged this winter wedding guide to help you choose:

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Cream-colored Bouquets and Ivory Arrangements

White roses, ranunculus, peonies, lilacs, orchids and narcissi paper whites

Cream and ivory hued flowers create subtle nuances in colour that complement and expand the palette of your winter wedding bouquet. But don’t rule out the classic white-on-white option, either. Arrays of roses, ranunculus and peonies in particular, in dense dome-like bouquets or table arrangements, will have a curious draw and surely delight your guests. All-white wedding flower arrangements, especially profusions of a single type of blossom, can have a singularly powerful and entrancing effect.

Blush Coloured Blossoms And Pale Hues

Waxflower, limonium, poppies, peonies and roses

Liven up your bridal bouquet with a few expertly placed, light colourful accents. Blush roses or peonies, red poppies, and purple hued limonium and waxflowers are some of the most gorgeous!

Red Velvet Accents For Your Wedding’s Floral Arrangement

Red roses, ranunculus, red berries, lilies and peonies

Imagine that perfect red rose found in a fairy tale forest, somehow preserved in the midst of a snowdrift and raised up, poised and waiting to be plucked. That’s what this wedding colour scheme is like as you plan your special day.

There are plenty of ways for you to incorporate red flowers with a generally white colour scheme. Red roses, ranunculus, burgundy calla lilies and peonies can be carefully placed to accent any arrangement. For a lighter touch, try holly leaves (with red berries) and pepperberries.

Splashes Of Gold And Silver Lend A Glamorous Airs

Gold and satin ribbon, sequins, silver leaves

Colours that connote opulence, elegance and glamor—you can imbue your wedding reception, its decoration and bouquets with the magic of gold and silver. Think satin ribbons to tie fresh cut flowers, glittering sequins on tables, and gilt leaves. This wedding colour theme is also a nod to New Year’s just around the corner!

Icy Blue, Blue-grey And Cerulean

Calla lilies, delphiniums and hydrangea

Different hues of blue are integral to many colour palettes and winter-themed weddings, with whites and light purples and lavender as base colours in the floral arrangement. Blue is evocative of winter—a cloudless, cerulean sky, the blue-grey we see before first snow, icy blues and sapphire blue—and all can be incorporated into your wedding’s décor if you should be so inspired.

Creating Textured White Bouquets

Pussy willows, pinecones, satin ribbon, white feathers and cedar boughs

For brides and bridesmaids alike, holding a bouquet of flowers can be both an ethereal and full body experience. Make the textures of your bouquets come alive with frilly blossoms and petals, bristly pinecones, silky smooth ribbon, and the soft, delicate touch of a feather.

A Winter Tale: Traditional Christmas Flowers and Plants

Monday, November 9th, 2015

As the nights get colder and we swap autumn T-shirts for thick winter wears, the countdown begins for one of the most popular festive seasons, Christmas. Christmas, is a time of intimate Traditionals, celebrations in the home and time spent with loved ones. Sending flowers at Christmas is a beautiful gesture, a great way to celebrate the season and Christmas flowers and plants go a long way in enhancing this experience. At Todich Floral Design we just loved experimenting with new materials and styles, offering a twist on traditional floral fashion as well as bringing you a wide range of traditional Christmas flowers and plants to choose from.

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Christmas, a blissful season reminiscent of cosy nights in by the fire, and the suspense of waiting to open presents under the tree, comes with a number of age old traditions and tales related to traditional Christmas  flowers and plants. Christmas provides the perfect opportunity to get creative, whether it’s decorating the home or installing corporate flowers to bring plenty of cheer to the office.

Holly. This season’s traditional colours of green and red stem from the native Christmas Holly plant. A symbol of a man, Holly was actually used to decorate the home, and surprisingly, traditionally created long before the Christianity. Holly makes spectacular Christmas decorations along and go a long way into completing Christmas flower arrangements.

Mistletoe. Another of many Christmas flowers, mistletoe, a parasitic green and white plant, is an integral part of a fun pre-Christmas tradition. Often placed in a high place, usually above a door, two people are encouraged to kiss, if stood under it at the same time. Other than playing an interesting role, mistletoe also makes fantastic Christmas plants to decorate the home with and shine within Christmas flower arrangements.

Ivy. A symbol of women, Ivy is strongly linked to Christmas and creates a magnificent centrepiece when combined with holly. Tradition has it, Ivy is said to bring great luck and happiness to relationships. In addition, Ivy represents a number of things, symbolising true love, undying affection and eternity, making it a fitting flower for a loved one.

The Christmas Rose. A truly English flower, and universal symbol of love, the Christmas rose is traditionally red. Christmas roses are associated with the story of the shepherds who saw three wise men taking their gifts to baby Jesus. The shepherds had no gift to offer until an angel appeared and pushed aside some snow to reveal an exquisite red rose. Roses make striking centrepieces, decorates the home beautifully or as gifts for loved ones.

Poinsettia. Renowned for bursting into flower at Christmas, Poinsettia is beautiful traditional Christmas flowering plant, grown for vibrant coloured bracts. It’s cheery foliage in hues of red and green and distinct shape make it fitting flowers to decorate the home with at Christmas or make spectacular window displays for an office or restaurant.

If you’re looking for inspiration for your home this Christmas, take a look at corporate florist Todich Floral Design’s, a range of exquisite Christmas centrepieces, Christmas flower arrangements and beautiful seasonal plants and flowers sure to brighten your home.