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May Wedding – Quirky Table Designs

Monday, May 20th, 2013

The design team have just completed quirky wedding table designs for a wedding reception which was held in a Private Members Club in Soho.   At the initial consultation the bride talked about how she wanted to introduce lots of colour into the designs and wanted a ‘quirky’ feel to the designs.  The bride was very into vintage and loved collecting different items and therefore we decided it would be fantastic to use some of her prized possessions to display the flowers in.

We talked about her venue and she showed the team pictures of the beautiful Union Club, which had a very old fashioned but artistic feel to the decoration.  It was also quite dark and therefore we felt introducing bright colours would work very well

The Head Designer, Laura Fisher looked at the different flowers in season and decided on using a range of flowers which included Ranunculus, Ammi, Freesia, Scabiosa, Nigella & Sweet Peas.  The flowers were chosen in different colours and the reds, blues, purples and whites worked so well together.  It was a very eclectic design but worked so well with the vases the bride had collected, her unique quirky style and the beautiful back drop of the Union Club in Soho

If you are getting married and want to bring a personalised feel to your flowers, think about collecting individual pieces, that could be a beautiful old vase or a broach which we can attach to your bridal bouquet.

A Peony and English Rose – April Wedding

Tuesday, April 16th, 2013

The team have just completed a spring wedding for a beautiful bride, who we met at the Earls Court Wedding Show.  The design team worked with the bride many weeks before the special day; the bride wanted very natural and loved vintage so we talked through the different options.

The flowers she loved were peonies and garden roses; the colours she liked were soft pinks, whites and soft peaches.  We came up with a design which used a mixture of garden roses and peonies and the result was fantastic and it smelt divine.
Peonies and Garden roses are wonderful to work with and if you are getting in married in May & June, think about peonies they are very special and so romantic.  The bridesmaids were wearing navy blue dresses, so we decided to carry the theme through and we used white peonies and white garden roses, the designs were finished off with blue tinged foliage and navy blue ribbon.

The reception flowers were very natural and we used country styled flowers; these included pink & white stocks, garden roses, ranunculus and peonies.  The bride really wanted to bring the vintage theme through so we suggested she collected a range of jam jars and little glass vases.   To create impact on the table we decided to have three different sized glass vases, with different flower combinations in each vase.  The top table had a range of vases which were placed along the table and created a relaxed and romantic feel.  The room was filled with beautiful fragrant flowers and the designs worked perfectly with the natural feel of the day.

The Head Designer delivered the vases to the brides home on the morning of the wedding, she was greeted by eight bridesmaids and an excited bride.  We always like to deliver the flowers on the morning, we form a close relationship with our brides and it makes our day to see them so happy with the flowers.

If you are getting married this year, please get in touch with the team and let us know the style and flowers you love.  We will then put together a personalised mood board for you, so you can getsome ideas and then we can arrange a consultation to discuss your flowers in more detail.


From the design team at
Todich Floral Design

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The Dorchester Wedding – April 2012

Friday, May 4th, 2012












Todich Floral Design was honoured to be involved with preparing the flowers for a stunning wedding on April 28th 2012. The wedding venue was held at the magnificent Dorchester hotel, and our florists couldn’t wait to start designing the arrangements for this magnificent day.

A popular venue for weddings and events; the famous five star hotel is decorated to the highest of standards,  known for its British iconic style; the luxurious rooms are fashioned as 1930’s art deco glamour with a combined contemporary edge, The prominent colour pallets of creams and gold’s radiates the rooms and gives a sense of warmth throughout the venue.

The wedding was certainly not on a small scale, with over 200 guests and the majority being woman our request was to provide stunning floral arrangements and lot of them.

Our head consultant met with the happy couple and discussed their flower choices and after she visited the venue to look at the colour schemes to make everything perfect for the couple’s special day. At Todich floral design we guarantee the highest of service and we always visit the venues to establish the theme so we can design the flowers exact to what you want.

We were to cater the flowers as to the wedding religion and traditions; a malay wedding tradition sees that the bride and groom are to sit at a ‘Wedding Throne’ called a ‘Pelamin’ throughout the ceremony. The pelamin is styled as a lounge set up and is decorated fully with flower arrangements. We were asked to design a large impressive flower display for the Pelamin and to also include candelabras, table arrangements, corsages, buttonholes, and of course the bridal bouquet for the wedding day.

Our consultants designed the venue with an array of pure snow white flowers, white spirea, scented freesias, and gypsophilas, these flowers alone created a traditional and striking look, the florists decided to bring in a modern feel and add white Asiatic lilies and astilbe, this made the arrangement appear more up to date and even more impressive.

The table displays were a mix of low and tall standing arrangements. Both filled with white candles and mixed with foliage; the arrangements sat in the centre of the tables on a pure white table cloth. All displays included the same flowers plus a few added peony heads and roses to make the exhibits extra special.

The head table included four small white posies and were linked together with strands of ivy. For the stage we create a small mini table posy, and surrounded the chairs with 2 small and 2 large flower candelabras, stood behind the chairs we put together a large 12 foot arrangement of pure white flowers; this provided a stunning backdrop for the happy couple, and to finish we added tall birch trees in large ceramic vases.

Overall the venue looked beautiful with the white flowers filling the rooms. Traditional yet contemporary the floral arrangements were set in place and we are pleased that the bride and groom were happy with the results.

Flowers are our passion and we love to get involved in all types of weddings. From small family ceremonies to large events, we treat each couple with the best quality of service and we pride ourselves with our list of successful weddings.

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.

Todich Floral Design


A London Wedding – April 2012

Tuesday, April 17th, 2012


Spring is here and we at Todich Floral Design are already in full swing with consultations for this year’s wedding season; Turning floral dreams into reality, our flowers create the perfect mood for the big day, we are proud to say that we treat each of our happy couples with the best client service as we know this is one of the most important days of a couples life.

Passionate about flowers our team were honoured to be approached by a couple who wanted us to provide their flowers for a wedding held on April 14th 2012 in London’s Pall Mall.

The impressive venue featured beautiful interiors and boasted a columned entrance,stunning function rooms as well as a grand ornate staircase and floral gardens; a perfect and beautiful location to get married.

The venues colours were a mixture of creams and soft pastels, the bride requirements was for us to create arrangements of cream and white flowers as well as to include her favourite flower ‘Roses’, Stylish and elegant were the keywords for this event and this was a request which we were easily able to tailor too.

First of all our trained consultants created a collage of images of different designs which fit the brides requirements,  presenting possible arrangements with different colour and flower styles helped the bride determine exactly what she loves the most.

White roses, freesias, eucharis and gypsophila were the key flowers for the wedding arrangements.  These classic flowers were given a modern twist with the use of eucharis within in the displays.  The bridal bouquet was arranged into a round tight posy and finished with Gleichenia microphylla (umbrella/coral fern) which delicately surrounded the outside of the design, giving a softer edge and rounded appearance.  The flowers looked stunning up against the brides cream lace wedding dress.

We created 4 smaller but similar bridesmaid’s bouquets, and dressed the venues tables with classical floral displays of seasonal white flowers. The groom wore a single white rose buttonhole and we even created a white rose flower basket, complete with satin ribbon and cream rose petals.

Todich floral design will happily go further than arranging flowers to make an event perfect, we even custom bought single tea lights and inserted them into tiny crystal clear tea light vases to accompany the floral table arrangements.

The bride wanted the venue dressed with flowers, fragrant freesias created a wondrous scent to the rooms, we also provided 23 small seasonal floral arrangements which were to be dotted around the hotel to create a perfect romantic setting.

Overall the venue looked stunning and matched exactly what the bride requested. Creating beautiful designs is what we do best and we are thrilled that the bride and groom loved the stylish flower displays.

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.

Todich Floral Design

Spring Colours for Spring Weddings

Monday, March 28th, 2011



Spring is a blast of colour the sun and warmth brings out the brightest in just about everything even the grass is a brighter shade of green. If you are holding a spring wedding take some of your inspiration from the outdoors, at this time of year you do not need to hold back on colour.

This year’s most popular colours for spring weddings may seem a little held-back but they are actually just the back-drop to some brighter tones.
Just about every shade of pink is popular. If you are using a brighter shade of pink then it can take on the main role in the decoration scheme. But if a light or dusty pink is being used then bright colours, or deep green foliage can be used to set a contrast.

In just about every aspect of fashion greys have been popular since last fall. It is almost safe to say that grey is the new black! And this is no different for spring trends. It is probably best to stick to lighter shades of grey if you really want to stay current. This is another shade that goes well with just about any bright colour. Try combining it with shades of red, yellow or orange, for a truly fashion conscious look. For something a little more refined, purple and grey, have a cool beauty.

Finally, my favourite, purple! The lighter shades of purple are the most popular this season, and this tone of purple is a great backdrop for other light colours. Light pink, blue or yellow combined with purple will really set the spring mood of the wedding.

Trends do not necessarily have to dictate your wedding decoration scheme, they can simply serve as a source of inspiration. Whatever your ideas and dreams might Todich Floral Design has a team of experts available, who will help you bring your wedding ideas to life!