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5 Stunning Wedding Colour Trends for 2016

April 30th, 2016

It can be tricky to come up with the perfect wedding theme for your special day, but a great place to start is with the colour scheme. Once you have this, you’ll have inspiration for your wedding flowers, decorations and bridesmaids dresses. This year, both pale and bold colours are in: think soft pinks and deep purples; mint green and bright blue. We provide six stunning wedding colour trends for 2016 to help your choose your wedding reception flowers and wedding bouquets.

Rose Blush Coloured Wedding Flowers

This pale pink shade is perfect for weddings with a romantic, fairytale theme. It’s classy and understated and means creating a harmonious palette of pale pinks and peaches complemented by white. With such a classic look, the bride will wear traditional white while the bridesmaids can showcase blush and nude dresses. Wedding bouquets featuring this shade can be created with roses – either on their own or paired with green foliage or white flowers like baby’s breath or lilies. Blush coloured flowers can decorate the wedding cake and appear in decorations on chairs, wedding centrepieces and place settings.

Serene Blue Shade

Inspired by the skies of summer, this wedding colour shade is perfect for calm and spiritual summer weddings – especially if held outdoors. Wedding reception flowers and wedding bouquets can feature blue hydrangeas, cornflowers, pale blue anemones and forget-me-nots. The look is laid back and pretty, and blue flowers will look beautiful with soft peach and white flowers like roses, daisies and freesias. This colour will also work well with beach or sea-themed weddings, where shells and nautical touches feature in floral arrangements and decorations.

Mint Green Wedding Bouquets

This uber-fashionable shade will make your wedding edgy and modern without compromising on prettiness and style. It’s a gorgeous shade for bridesmaid dresses, wedding invitations and even the (literally!) icing on the cake. It pairs beautiful with pink and wedding bouquets featuring flowers in green and pink will really pop against the bride’s dress. Think roses, daisies, dahlias and trailing foliage like ferns and ivy to create an ethereal look alongside this striking green/blue shade.

Burning Orange

Another hip shade for bold brides wanting to make a real statement with their wedding. It’s a great choice for an autumn do, but can work beautifully for summer weddings too. It also juxtaposes strikingly with mint green and can feature on cakes and decorations and alternating bridesmaids dresses. To create wedding flower arrangements with this look, go for chrysanthemums, gerberas and lilies. To create balance, ask your wedding florist to add silvery foliage and paler blooms to the displays and wedding bouquets.

Purple Haze

This regal colour can be interpreted as paler shades like mauve, or dark berry shades – meaning it can be either pretty and understated or striking and sumptuous. Pastel purple flowers to feature in wedding reception flowers and wedding bouquets include hydrangeas, freesias, roses and irises. Heather and lavender can be incorporated into rustic arrangements with herbs like rosemary and woodland foliage. For the darker purple, berries can be added to floral displays alongside sweet peas, hyacinths, peonies or anemones.

Wedding Bouquet Styles: What is Your Bridal Personality?

April 20th, 2016

Your wedding day will possibly be the biggest event of your life, so it’s important your wedding flowers reflect your personality and style. The wedding bouquet is in many ways the piece-de- resistance of the big day and will feature in photos and treasured memories for decades to come. Whether you’re a traditional bride or a free spirit, your wedding florist can help you create the perfect arrangement to reflect your uniqueness.

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Traditional Wedding Bouquet Styles

For many people, timeless wedding flowers are key for their big day. You might want to recreate the wedding bouquet styles of your mother or grandmother’s wedding, or just want to have a classic look that emulates style and will always look good in the photos. A round posy is the perfect shape for this choice, or for more dramatic styles ask your wedding florist for cascading or pageant shaped bouquets. Traditional blooms for wedding bridal bouquets include roses, lilies, hydrangeas and tulips. White should be the understated shade of choice, but pastel pinks and purples are also perfect for classic posies.

Eco-Friendly Wedding Flowers

For those looking for a green wedding, choose wedding flowers that are in season and can be locally sourced to reduce your carbon footprint. You could even ask family and friends to grow the flowers in time for the wedding. These can then be incorporated into the bridal bouquet and wedding reception flowers. To keep with the green theme, choose flowers and foliage in this verdant shade: think trendy succulents, kale flowers and greenery like ivy and ferns. Flowers like daisies, sweet peas and peonies in abundant, undone arrangements are perfect for this look.

Modern Wedding Bouquet Styles

In this day and age, your wedding can be anything you make it. If you want to do something new and different and make a break with tradition there are lots of choices for wedding bouquets that fit with the times. Rather than pastel colours and traditional flowers like roses, choose bold and bright shades and go for exotic blooms like orchids. Ask your bridal florist for an interesting shape to your bouquet – more graphic designs are favourites for this wedding bouquet style. Go for show-stopping colours like red or bright pink, and think about using flowers that create a more casual look like anemones or sweet peas. The key is to create the style that suits you, and marks your wedding as unique to your personality and tastes.

The Great Outdoors

If you love nothing better than walks in the forest and dream of having your own small holding someday, then you’ll want a wedding bouquet to reflect your love of the outdoor life. Incorporate natural elements like wheat grass, herbs and heathers into your bouquet and add these to buttonholes and place settings to complete the look. Different textures and shapes can be used to create a naturally style bouquet, and rather than ribbon twine and string can secure it. Choose natural hues for the flowers and foliage like oranges, yellows and greens.



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Paint with Flowers. Restaurant Flower Decor

March 1st, 2016

Don’t you just love flowers for adding a punch of colour to interiors? Flowers rich shades and captivating forms smell divine and the simplest way to brighten up restaurant interiors. London is filled with endless choice, countless secret gems and exquisite eateries, but the finest restaurants in England have long since fused culinary arts and interior design with the art of floral design to, deliver a dining experience worthy of the customers hard earned cash.

We at Todich Floral Design, just love to beautify new spaces with flowers and our team of award winning designers and talented florists have proudly assisted some of London’s finest restaurants and hotspots, including Café Royal, Mandarin Oriental Hotel and the National Gallery, to deliver memorable dining and breathtaking experiences.

Fresh flowers work wonders for restaurant interiors. The power of fresh flowers chosen to compliment the restaurant decor and colour schemes, is its ability to uplift any space and install a warm, welcoming environment. Fresh flower's breath new life into tired interiors, go rich, vibrant shades or soft sumptuous flower designs adorn restaurant entrances, receptions or lounges. Vibrant exquisite flower arrangements make big statements, lighting moods and welcoming guests instantly. Opt for small hearty arrangements, preferably bouquets that will bloom, such as hydrangeas as if watered well will last up to two weeks.

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To match blooms with interiors, reach for simple flower arrangements which harmony’s and work overall decor. Enhance great flower arrangements with complimentary vases. Choosing suitable vases that match your restaurants colour schemes and floral design, works well to accent interiors. The arrangements don’t always have to be extravagant, less can also me more, a single rose, orchid or daisy in a an array of colours goes a long way to compliment and brighten the decor.

Making the blooms last- a little maintenance will ensure you get the most out of flower arrangements and see they last longer. As the flowers begin to bloom, remove wilting or discoloured flowers. Water flowers daily to ensure a frequent amount of nutrients.

How about these three themes for some floral inspiration, a range of fresh sping and summer arrangements, sure to breathe new life into restaurant interiors…

The Minimalist: Traditional Whites with a Splash of Colour

Orchids, Tulips, Calla Lilies, Roses, Anthurims, Peonies, Hydrangeas.

Flowers don’t always have to be colourful. The regale and sophisticated business owner looking to recreate live in luxury, should reach for flowers with refined, subtle tones, lead by shades of green, blue or white. A simple green or blue is so fresh and upholds a minimalist look. Or reach for pale blues, glossy whites, and sumptuous creams. Green is so natural and so close to nature, and will accent white, grey and cream decor beautifully. Match with contemporary large glass vessels. Todich Floral Design suggests a variety of; white calla lilies, roses, orchids and peonies, paired with green or blue hydrangea, for a quaint, minimal and luxurious affair.

Spring and summer never disappoint when it comes to offering an array of rich colours and what’s beautiful, and Todich Floral Design makes perfect use of spring/summer' colour palette, which offer a range of striking colour combinations, sure to make a sunny office statement. The London Florist offers the freshest flowers, at the highest quality, using on-trend floral styles to suit you.

Colour Festival: Vibrant Centrepieces

Roses, Daisies, Ranunculus, Dahlias

The expressive, free spirited  owner should opt for a colour party, a burst of bold shades and striking contrasts. Reach for single shades in vivid shades, soft pastels or go bold with a spectrum of colours, fiery red, bright orange and yellows or, vivid violets, to shocking pinks and vibrant blues. Vibrant flower arrangements, make stunning focal points and will be a point of much discussion with your guests. Flowers to use include luscious blooms of tulips, roses, hydrangea, lavender, peonies and wildflowers. Or how about arrangements made up of two variants of a single shade for depth and visual stimuli. Pair with  vintage or rustic vases or flowerpots to compliment and highlight your delicate flowers.


Pastel Celebration

Roses, Tulips, Hydrangeas, Ranunculus, Hyacinth

Alternatively, reach for beautiful, sumptuous arrangements. Pastel shades are elegant, on-trend this season and add a touch of colour and sophistication to interiors. Soft pastel tones include; peach, blush, plums and creams. Pastels flower arrangements work a magnificent focal point against white, great, cream or pale blue decor. Great hearty arrangements will harmonies surrounding decor and breathe life into tired interiors. Celebrate pastel shades, opt for beautiful blooms which include arrangements of soft pastel tones; peach, blush, plums and creams and forest green and prairie shoots. Think roses, tulips, hydrangeas, ranunculus and hyacinth, for a rugged, unstructured and artistic feel, all which make magnificent centrepieces and bring a touch of the  modern garden indoors.


Contemporary Vintage Garden

Clematis, Roses, Lambs Eye Foliage

If its a vintage theme you’re after, reach for an authentic feel with vintage flowers. For a blend of modern and vintage, opt for bouquets which include, clematis, roses and lambs eye foliage. Arrangements which generally include roses, clematis, and lush forest green foliage, add texture, working as the perfect balance, for a rustic, elegant feel to restaurant interiors. Flowers help set the mood, tone of a space, and it’s the simplest way to brighten and warm up a room. Fresh flowers will completely transform and rejuvenate your restaurant interiors. Whether you’re after pastel arrangements or bold statements, add a touch of spring or summer to your corporate space with our beautiful blooms.


If you're looking to recreate any of the above, get in touch with our talented team of designers and florists, who’ll be happy to assist you create these beautiful arrangements, in a range of designs and styles suited to you.


Women Appreciation Days 2016: Say it With Flowers

February 29th, 2016

The 8th of March this year is a day of dual celebration; not only is it Mother’s day, often the only day of the year many mothers and grandmothers are given the true appreciation they deserve for their family sacrifice, it also happens to be International Women’s Day.

International Women’s Day is a day to celebrate the social, cultural, economic and political achievement of women across the globe. As well as acknowledging the power, strength and equality women everywhere have gained and in some places, are still striving for, its focus also marks a call to action for accelerating international gender parity.

For daughters in search of lovely Mother’s Day flowers, wine, balloons and gifts, as well as those that want flowers delivered to a special lady for International Women’s Day, one of the nicest ways to show appreciation is with a beautiful bouquet of spring flowers as the main centrepiece. Daffodils, forsythias, scillas, tulips and pussy willows are all wonderful spring-time choices to create whimsical flower arrangements for the season.

Ideas can range from captivating full bouquets bursting with lilacs, fuschias and golden yellows, or a more modern take on flower-arranging using less flowers but taller, thicker, unusual stems in narrow, slender vases to create an artsy, bohemian feel to breathe some fresh life into a room. Mother’s day flowers, especially orchids and lilies, work especially well for a bohemian arrangement. Add a sentimental picture in a stone frame for a vintage, personal touch.

A selection of March 8 women’s day flowers can be mixed and matched online for the perfectionist who wants to create a truly unique women’s appreciation day gift; for whatever celebratory day chosen.


Hotel Chic – Pastels vs. Bolds

February 21st, 2016

Hotel décor, pastel havens and bold blooms, we take a peek at hotel floral arrangements likely to course a stir this summer.

Go for big statements; welcome your hotel guests with cheery summertime favourites with our latest hotel décor trends for 2016. With summer making its presence known, it showers us with an array of bold blooms. Inspired by bringing sunny summer shades and delicate flowers, our latest summer line-up show, vibrant bountiful blooms continue to reign supreme at Todich Floral Design.

Flowers go a long way in setting the mood, tone of your hotel, whether you’re after a pastel haven or bold statements, bring the outdoors in and add a touch of the summer to your hotel, with these beautiful blooms, our latest hotel décor trends. The new collection consists of a collection of pastel and bold seasonal designs and styles perfectly blended to create striking centrepieces, delightful corporate flowers perfectly suited for transforming indoor spaces.

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Sweet peas. If you’re looking to bring the outdoors, gracelly that is, look no further than these stu- nning scented floral arrangements of sweet pea. For show stopping hotel centre pieces, reach for vibrant shades of violet, purple and pink.

Peony. The delicate red hues of the Peony flower represent joy and optimism, are great for up-lighting corporate spaces and perfect for making lasting statements. Place these spectacular centre pieces at hotel receptions, lounges and entrances. Available in an array of bright colours, its vibrant shades increase positive energy and instantly add new dimensions to bland spaces.

Sunflowers. Bountiful, radiant and perfect cherry, sunflowers are the ultimate summer time flower, instantly brighten up new surroundings and inject much needed colour. Or why not mix and match? These bright sunny flowers look beautiful nestled alongside orange roses, hot pink, vivid purple and classic white roses are summer arrangement, sure to create a wow factor in any hotel spaces.

Parrot Tulips. If you’re after something different, that’s got a whole lot of edge, reach for arrangements of parrot tulips. Its textured, vibrant petals add a splash of colour whilst its contrasting green shoots form striking centre pieces perfect for uplifting hotel spaces.

Asters. Asters are magnificent plants full of colour and texture. These seasonal flowers come in various bold colours, adding an edge to summer arrangements. Single shades of Asters look great within hotel spaces, and just as spectacular when paired with other vibrant shades and create, show-stopping centre pieces within hotel receptions, lounges and entrances.

Ranunculus. These delightful summertime treats burst in an array of vibrant colours, showcasing bright sunny yellows to deep violets, energetic oranges to hot pinks. Not short on edge or colour, Ranunculus full bloom and multi-layered petal character and inject fun into lower arrangements and breathe new life into hotel spaces.

Hydrangeas. The hydrangeas’ lush, layered structure is reminiscent of all things lavish and plush. Its sumptuous rich, multilayered structure is perfectly plush and screams pure luxury. Hydrangeas make spectacular centre pieces, available in pale pinks, soft blues s. Hydrangeas add a sense of grandeur and enchantment to indoor spaces and is an inexpensive way to add extravagance to hotel décor. For more daring shades, reach for and vibrant orange, yellows and deep violets add a touch of sophistication and joy to hotel décor.

Carnations. Carnations have earned its place as one of summer’s most delightful flowers, due to its spectrum of colours and endearing meanings.  Carnations symbolise admiration and pure love amongst and come in a range of irresistible colours;  from lush greens to deep grey-blues, violets and vibrant purples.  Reach for large flowered carnations for bountiful blooms to add a wow factor to hotel interiors.

Dahlias. Dahlias have long been considered one of the most spectacular garden flowers, the queen of garden flowers, if you will. So bring the outdoors in and turn heads with these show stopping blooms. Available in a variety of tempting flowering patterns, sizes, and with some bearing resemblance to other flowers; its magnificent larger than life blooms, is sure to have your guests in awe. The summer beauty’s are available in a range of tempting colours, from scrumptious rich pastel shades to vivid bold brights. For decorative show stopping dahlias for your hotel, reach for single or double orchid dahlias, pompon dahlias, cactus or ball dahlias. All of which make ideal centrepieces that will instantly transform hotel spaces.

Tulips. Tulips, the ultimate summer time favourites are both regal and alluring. These elegant seasonal flowers usher in the joys of summer and available in an array of varying shades. Other than being breathtakingly beautiful, tulips represent underlying love and passion. Red Tulips signify a declaration of love, variegated tulips symbolise beautiful eyes, or to compliment a friend or loved one. Other than their endearing meanings, Tulips add elegance and simplistic beauty to hotel bouquets, and look just as great alone. What’s more, tulips come in a range of bold and pastel shades, vibrant reds, sunny yellows, oranges and bold pinks, but also scrumptious soft shades of blue, pale pinks and coral. So whether you’re looking to wow guests with bold designs or create mystic and enchantment with pastel arrangements, tulips are sure to turn heads and create a sophisticated and welcome feel in any hotel space.

Our delightful range of summertime flowers, come in various designs and styles; tailored to your floral needs. Our bouquets of roses, tulips, carnations, hydrangeas and beyond all add joy and well being. These magnificent summer flowers bring a positive feel and breathe life, into drab looking hotel environments. Our London based flower boutique brings the outdoors in, with spectacular flower displays perfectly suited to hotels; beautiful blends of traditional pastel tones and contrasting shades, to add beauty and new dimension to hotel spaces.

If you’re after any of these bountiful blooms, we’ll be happy to assist you recreate these summertime bouquets. With same day London deliveries and next day deliveries in the UK, you can enjoy summers floral delights, in next to no time.

Decorate your Home with Evergreens and Christmas Trees this Winter

December 9th, 2015

Traditionally associated with Christmas trees, evergreens such as firs and conifers don’t have to only be present in the tree in your home. Lovely scented fir branches (whether bright green or more silvery varieties) can be displayed on mantle pieces or make beautiful table decorations. They can also be made into wreaths to decorate the home or on your front door – and don’t forget miniature Christmas trees which are a versatile decoration that can be placed anywhere in the house. Evergreen branches and sprigs can be bought from florists, garden centres and many high street shops – and lots of places that sell Christmas trees will also have winter foliage to purchase.


Mini Christmas Tree

A full-sized, real or artificial Christmas tree is a must for most households – creating a wonderful welcome for guests in the hall, or a magical decorative treat in the living room. But mini Christmas trees are also a great decoration for the season, and if you have a small flat these can be ideal alternatives to a traditional tree. Choose small potted evergreens in festive pots (such as metallic gold or seasonal red), or go for an alternative such as rosemary trees or orange trees for a different colour and delightful scent. There are plenty of artificial mini trees to choose from too – often fully decorated to make life easier. Display on the kitchen table, use as a centrepiece, add to a windowsill or perch on a coffee table for instant festive cheer!

Deck out Your Christmas Table

Arrange your evergreen branches down the centre of Christmas table for a colourful decoration. You could also add other foliage like olive leaves, eucalyptus or winter branches. Add fruits like clementines and lemons for colour and fragrances and natural elements berries and pine cones. And for the table lighting add white candles or wind fairy lights through your display. A sprig of fir, or of a herb such as rosemary of thyme, can also be tied to a napkin for a delightful place setting. Winter greenery can also be added to Christmas flower arrangements, or added to bowls of pine cones and baubles to make a simple but striking table decoration.

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Wreaths of Joy. Christmas Wreaths Ideas to Make

A Christmas wreath is a wonderful way to decorate your front door or indeed any door in your home. They can also be arranged above the mantelpiece or in the kitchen. Go for simple elegance with a circle of evergreens adorned with a bow, or choose and embellished wreath – adorned with baubles, metallic leaves, rustic berries and pine cones or fragrant cinnamon sticks and dried lemon and oranges. Head to the shops or florists to pick your perfect wreath, or get creative and make your own to ensure it’s exactly to your taste. Mini wreaths of evergreen can also be displayed in windows tied with lengths of ribbon for a more eclectic look, or used as table centrepieces.


Flowers to Bring the Magic to Christmas Events

November 12th, 2015

The days may be getting colder but what brings a warm glow to our hearts is knowing that the Christmas season isn’t too far away. The months of November, December and January are filled with social events like work parties, family gatherings and festive events with friends – and the likelihood is you’ll be  organising one yourself. Decorations are key – and Christmas flowers are the perfect way to bring colour and vibrancy to a Christmas event. You can always turn to a trusted, creative florist for help creating beautiful Christmas flower arrangements for your event this winter. But it’s also helpful to have ideas in mind for how you want the event to look and the kind of floral displays you’re looking for.


Red and White Christmas Roses

Roses are a classic flower that nonetheless has a versatility that makes it suitable for floral arrangements for all seasons. They create a sense of opulence and richness – perfect for special events this Christmas season. Red roses are beautiful juxtaposed with winter greenery like pine, ivy and fragrant herbs. A full bouquet of red roses will make stunning centrepieces on tables for corporate or casual events, while a single rose dotted on tables makes for beautiful additions to the occasion. Red, white and green being traditional Christmas colours, white roses also present a great option for event flowers. Create winter wonderland displays with white roses and silver or gold adornments like painted branches, baubles and fairy lights.

Green, Red and White for a Christmas Theme

The Christmas tricolore is inspired by the colours of the season: red berries, Santa’s suit and Rudolph’s nose; white snow and doves; evergreen trees and holly. Incorporating these colours into Christmas flower displays will create beautiful, classic displays for guests at any event. Greet guests with a red and white amaryllis arrangement featuring silvery branches, or choose elegant lilies and berries with red baubles – a lovely table centrepiece or addition to restaurant and hotel receptions. A Christmas wreath of pine is a perfect addition to Christmas parties – decorated with gold and silver decorations, red berries and white flowers.

Try Tropical Flowers for a Festive Flair

During this sparse time of year, English flowers are far and few between so we take inspiration for warmer climes for flowers to bring colour and joy to Christmas events. Colourful anthuriums teamed with silvery branches make for perfect Christmas event flowers – whether as centrepieces or at the reception area. Tropical flowers like ginger flowers, birds of paradise and anthuriums are all available in the rich colours of the season – red, orange and gold – and make perfect, striking event flowers for your winter parties.

And never underestimate the addition of a Christmas tree to make an occasion really special. Displayed in the entrance hall or main room of your event – even if it’s an outdoor do – a sumptuously decorated Christmas tree brings instant feelings of warmth and joy. Your London florist can help create the perfect stylish tree to suit the occasion and make your Christmas event truly special.

Inspiring Flower Decorations for October and November Weddings

November 11th, 2015

The months of September, October and November are a truly beautiful time in Britain and offer plenty of inspiration for autumn bridal flowers and fall wedding ideas. The light is truly beautiful this time of year so makes for wonderful photos in the afternoon. And even though it gets darker earlier, an autumn wedding is the perfect opportunity to get creative with lighting – fairy lights and candles on tables – and create a magical day and evening for everyone. Leaves in all their shapes and colours are also natural elements that can be additions to autumn wedding bouquets as well as featuring as table decorations or inspiring invitation, thank you-notes and confetti design.


Leaf love for autumn weddings. Leaves are the real stars of autumn, looking beautiful in the afternoon light, and provide great inspiration for autumn wedding design. Use them to make up table centrepieces and add to jars filled with tea lights to create beautiful additions to guest’s tables. Crunchy autumn leaves can also be used to fill large vases to make unique table autumn wedding decorations.

Leaves can be an alternative to September and November wedding flowers – this time of year they turn an array of beautiful colours and shades of red, orange and gold. Oak leaves are perfect for a classic English wedding and can be arranged in vases or used to make up autumnal bridal bouquets. Large red leaves added to baby’s breath or leaves added to dark colour bouquets will make unique fall designs. And you could spray them with gold or glitter to add extra glamour. Gold leaves can also be used as place settings – just write the name of each guest in calligraphy on them.

Instead of traditional confetti, use leaf-shaped confetti for guests to throw. Or do away with confetti altogether and get your guests to wave sparkler – they’ll make for stunning photos! Tie autumn leaves together with sprigs of lavender or rosemary and add acorns or cinnamon to make heart-warming table place settings for guests. Autumn leaves can even be scattered up the aisle to create a beautiful outdoor feel for the bride,  groom and guests during the ceremony.

Lighting the way. One of the truly special things about autumn is the golden afternoon light illuminating the parks and woodland and streets scattered with leaves. Capture some of this magic with delicate lighting with your autumn wedding decorations. Strings of fairy lights will create a beautiful atmosphere for an indoor or outdoor wedding and can be used at the ceremony and reception. Fairy lights strung round trees will make a stunning entrance to the reception area for your guests, so no one will mind the fact that the night draws in sooner on these autumn days!

Lanterns and glasses filled with tea lights also creates a magical feel, and you can get creative with the autumn wedding theme by using the produce of the season to hold candles. Pumpkins, squashes and hollowed out apples will all make perfect candle holders creating colourful additions to tables.

Top Tips for Autumn Weddings from Todich Floral Design

November 9th, 2015

Often more affordable and arguably more romantic than a traditional summer affair, autumn weddings offer the opportunity to really celebrate the colours and atmosphere of the season. The mists, afternoon light, vibrant flowers and trees are all wonderful inspiration for an autumn wedding theme. Incorporate natural elements like oak leaves into autumn wedding bouquets and use fairy lights, candles and sparklers to create a unique atmosphere. But remember the weather – the cold and potential rain means you have to be prepared to ensure it doesn’t ruin your special day.



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Celebrate the outdoors. Although it can be chilly in the UK in October and November, and outdoor wedding in the beauty of nature can make an autumn wedding a truly memorable experience. Scatter autumn leaves down the aisle, and create an arch made of branches, berries and hydrangeas. Instead of confetti, get guests to throw vibrant autumn leaves or hold sparklers to make for fantastic photos ideal for autumn wedding design.

Think about using natural elements for autumn wedding decorations like branches, bark, moss, berries and pebbles. If the big day is outdoors then this will create a seamless look from the outdoor surroundigs to the décor of the day.

But remember the weather… Although it’s a beautiful time of year, it can get chilly so don’t forget to have pashminas on hand for the bride and bridesmaids, especially when photos are taking place. Lots of wedding event companies will provide this service for you – as well as umbrellas when needed! – which takes the stress out of the organisation. You might even need wellies on hand if the weather turns and a field, woodland or garden is the setting. Or, for a more stylish option for fall wedding ideas – cowboy boots are a fun alterantive to delicate shoes that may not withstand the autumn rain!

Outdoor heaters can also be a good bet to keep guests warm if the ceremony takes place outdoors. And fairylights and candles are not only perfect to create lighting as the day grows darker, but also make beautiful autumn wedding decorations.

Go with the season for your autumn floral design. There are lots of beautiful flowers and foliage this time of year to choose from for autumnal bridal bouquets and table decorations. There are some many rich colours to inspire floral design for an autumn wedding design – think deep red berries, orange leaves, golden sunlight and verdant evergreens.  An autumnal headdress could be the perfect addition to the occasion – just ask your wedding florist to find out what will work for you.

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Don’t be afraid to add produce like pumpkins and berries to bouquets and centrepieces. And continuing the harvest theme – think sheaves of wheat, thistles, herbs like lavender and heather to add to bouquets and floral arrangements. Colourful autumn leaves can also be incorporated into autumnal bridal flowers to create unusual looks. The tone is rustic and very in keeping with the season. Your florist will be able to create the perfect autumnal bridal bouquets for your special day.

A Winter Tale: Traditional Christmas Flowers and Plants

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.