A Fresh Season and the Freshest Wedding Flowers

All of our bridal florists and floral designers at Todich Floral Design consider spring wedding flowers season to be a big opportunity—it’s not so much a spring renewal as a sign of our ongoing commitment, that year in and year out we are determined to use nothing but the freshest flowers that make the absolute most beautiful weddings to meet and surpass bride and groom’s expectations. Nothing makes us happier at Todich Floral Design than to receive a note in our inbox a week after the wedding, with a sweet line and photo of the bride surrounded by her wedding flowers at home—and still fresh! We aim to make our London wedding flowers perfect down to the last shade, petal and fragrance!

At Todich Floral Design we make it a point to not only cultivate the gorgeous flowers for use in our wedding designs and installments, but we are also about cultivating important relationships with every one of our clients and couples. Season after season, we find that brides love our attention to the smalls details—like lavish spring wedding corsages and buttonholes—as well as the grand scale stuff, like the colour themes and variety of blossoms we incorporate into refined, elegant spring wedding reception flowers. The key to satisfaction, of course, is a close relationship throughout the entire process and honest feedback later on, after the wedding. To start things off, though, we begin with the bridal consultation—a casual and relaxed meeting that we set up with the bride, usually over wine or coffee, where one of our team members comes prepared with lots of design ideas and pictures and wedding theme suggestions. Our designers are able to ask some helpful questions of the bride or simply be ready to listen. Then we use all of this info to come up with a quote, more specific design ideas matching the bride’s own, as well as all the different flowers, colour themes, floral patterns and decoration we think will be perfectly in line with the bride’s ideal vision of her wedding.

Spring wedding flowers are some of our favorites throughout the year, and we are excited about the 2016 season: full of May wedding bouquets, upcoming June wedding designs, beautiful colour palettes that reflect and incorporate the spring landscape. This year we have some gorgeous white lilies, green buds and grape hyacinth displays for wedding reception flowers and spring bridal bouquets, combining large, lush and textured roses with peonies, in peach, red, magenta and dark pinks.

 

 

Spring wedding flowers are some of our favorites throughout the year, and we are excited about the 2016 season: full of May wedding bouquets, upcoming June wedding designs, beautiful colour palettes that reflect and incorporate the spring landscape. This year we have some gorgeous white lilies, green buds and grape hyacinth displays for wedding reception flowers and spring bridal bouquets, combining large, lush and textured roses with peonies, in peach, red, magenta and dark pinks.

Once we determine a wedding design theme, with colours and patterns and style (vintage, rustic, contemporary, flamboyant, and others), we work with the bride to determine the perfect ambience and welcome for guests and family. It’s possible to transform any venue into a dream wedding reception, with carefully designed centrepieces, reception room, place settings, tabletop designs, flower installments and runners, and coherence between all of these elements. Among our London wedding flowers this season we already have some very popular table centrepieces; one such centrepiece is the “White” arrangement, including delicately scented white lilies, ranunculus, accents of blue muscari and spread of seasonal foliage. It’s a gorgeous flower profusion that pours out from a glass fishbowl. The balance of white and green actually make it a popular arrangement for spring weddings as well!

 

 

Another important piece of the bridal consultation is the bride’s dress. As the focus of the room and every guest’s attention—not to mention the groom’s!—we realize it is important that colours and the floral pattern created by the blossoms selected actually complement the bride’s dress and her unique sense of style. Recently, we helped one of our brides decide on a more nuanced and chic design: the mocha theme. This flower design uses big, captivating roses and a wide-ranging mocha palette (shades of brown, creams, white, peach, light pink and light yellows) that is unique and bold without becoming too “busy” or overly flamboyant. This same design works well in miniature—for bride or groom, bridesmaids and groomsmen—as a part of any spring wedding corsage or spring wedding buttonhole.

As excited as we are about our May bridal bouquets, we’re also looking forward to some of our June wedding designs and July weddings. Already, plenty of our designers are touch with brides about the latest designs for 2016—not just chatting about spring wedding bouquets, but all the vibrant and colourful themes, designs and fresh, seasonal flowers this year will offer in all its seasons. Don’t hesitate to reach out to us at Todich Floral Design for a bridal consult, at no cost; we would love nothing more than to help you plan your wedding, elegant and perfect, down to the last detail.