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Temple Church & Merchant Taylors Hall – June Wedding 2012

 

 

 

 

 

 

Todich Floral Designs busiest wedding season lasts during the spring and summer seasons, starting from as early as March until September. Our florists love a challenge and thrive at the opportunity to be able to get creative and design beautiful and unique displays that have never been seen before.

From all white arrangements to splashes of colour, every wedding request is completely different, we love the mix of varieties and styles and most of all the happy couples reactions on their wedding day.

Our most recent wedding was held in London city, the wedding itself was held at the renown Temple Church, and the reception at Merchant Taylors Hall in Bank, London.  Our bride contacted us using our budget planner system on our Todich floral design website, having chosen a flower selection; we then contacted her to arrange a consultation at our studio with a member of our sales team.

We aim to deliver the best customer service and highest quality floral designs within our field. Every bride is treated individually and we aim to make the flowers as perfect as possible. We sent our head consultant to the venues to take note of the décor, lighting and colour schemes so to create ideas for designs that will match the style of the venues and compliment the brides wedding style.

The bride’s favourite flowers are the popular roses; her request was to have all the arrangements to include roses and this was a request which we could easily fulfil. The brides overall colour scheme was a mix of creams and pastel peach, The Merchant Taylors Hall was a colour scheme of gold, reds and dark oak wood. Our florist felt inspired to create floral designs which will blend in the style of the venues but also look magnificent and eye-catching at the same time.

The bridal bouquet was an elegant and stylish design of white roses and white calla lilies which were framed with flowing ivy. The bouquet looks traditional yet stunning and the framed ivy made the bouquet appear unique to an ordinary white rose posy. The bouquet was finished with white satin ribbon and decorative pins.

The bride had 4 bridesmaids and it was a requirement for the bouquets to compliment the dresses. The request was forthe bouquets be designed with a mix of white and peach roses that were then finished with white satin and peach decorative pins.

The bride had many additional floral accessories to help complete the look of the wedding, We created 4 rose and mini rose hair combs which the colours ranged from peach to cream, The bride and groom also wished for us to design a small hand tied bouquet for the flower girl, the bouquet needed to represent Ireland, so we added small mini roses and an abundance of mixed seasonal green foliage. They also asked for 3 mini floral arrangements of cream coloured flowers to sit on the cake table. And as well as this we created single avalanche rose buttonholes for the groom and guests.

Delicate corsages of cream spray roses and ivy leaves completed the look of the bridesmaid’s attire and looked stunning against the bouquets.

The key words for the venues were ‘big and beautiful’, the floral arrangement needed to be eye-catching and impressive and compliment the colours schemes of the venue and the wedding itself. 4 large floral pedestals were required for the floral décor of the church, The pedestals were in the colours of cream and peach and included, lilies, gerberas, hydrangeas and roses.

There were 15 tables at the reception and the bride and groom required one arrangement for each, plus they wished to have 4 table arrangements for the top table. A mix of high and low, we created 7 martini glass vase arrangement which included white lilies, white roses and orange dendrobium orchids. The same flowers were also added into the remaining low oasis arrangements.

The top table arrangement was to be the key floral feature of the dining hall; our florists were keen to create a beautiful unforgettable design which would complement the style of the wedding. An arrangement of white lilies, gerberas, roses and hydrangeas were included in this design, The white arrangement was then tied with flowing ivy which attached to the other floral pieces, creating an impressive flower display of white, peaches and gold’s.

Finally they happy couple wished that we created 35 mini bud vase designs which were to be dotted surrounding the whole venue and flowered grand staircase to complete the final appearance of the wedding.

Overall this was a beautiful wedding on a grand scale, with a simple 2 colour scheme of peach and creams, the flowers looked stunning at the venue. We were pleased that all the flowers and colours complemented each other’s and the additional floral accessories matched the bride’s requirements.

If you would like us to provide flowers for yourself or an upcoming wedding then please do not hesitate to get in touch, we would be happy to book a consultation with you and talk you through any ideas that you have in mind.

Simply give us a call on 02077371166 and we would be happy to help.

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