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Inspiring Flower Decorations for October and November Weddings

Wednesday, 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.

Autumn Wedding Flowers

Monday, October 19th, 2015

October is a particularly spectacular month, garden’s are awash with colour, rich reds, seductive burgundy and deep oranges, As garden leaves begin to change the leaves and flowers emerge with darker richer hues it's certain to say autumn is upon us. Though the colour range is not as varied as summer, there's still plenty to choose from. If you're after an autumn wedding then why not choosing flowers that reflect the season? Whether you’re looking for autumn bridal inspiration, wedding centrepieces, exquisite wedding flowers or new ways to decorate your indoor reception space, with so many flowers to choose from, there’s plenty of colour and texture to play with.

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Rich hues, unique decorations and plenty of texture are the trends for this season. Unlike like summer's palate of bright shades, autumn is full of depth, richness and character. Woodlands are awash with vibrant colours and abundant with chrysanthemums, berries and garden roses, and there’s plenty of texture, with the autumns thornless blackberries, textured Celosia and the delights of autumn hued pincushion.

Fall wedding flower trends lead to lustrous, rich colours, arrangements in a variety of rich shades, vibrant hues of red, orange and yellow paired with elegant touches of gold, silver and copper. When choosing blooms for your big day the best way to get the freshest flowers is to choose wedding flowers by season. Seasonal flowers are fresh, often beautifully scented and reflect the season accordingly.

Bridal bouquets stun with seasonal arrangements of poppies with dark centres for depth, Hypericum berries, exquisite cockscomb in rich shades of plumb or red and lamb’s ear leaves. This autumn rich shade will become increasingly popular, dark purple wedding flowers and burnt orange wedding flowers, amongst other earthy tones; distinct shades that announce the end of summer and the beginning of the new season.

Autumn Bridal Bouquets

This season, it’s all about texture and rich hues, as classic flowers continue to take the lead in fall weddings. When considering your wedding colour scheme, opt for rich autumn shades, dramatic, deep tones that reflect the vibrant tones of the season and pair with rich contrasts, copper, gold and forest greens. Lush, sophisticated full figured dahlias and garden roses are key to capturing the essence of this season as they come in rich shades of purple, plum, orange, red and burgundy, helping you create the perfect fall colour scheme.For added texture and complementary colours calla lilies and hydrangeas in greens and purples add richness to bridal flower arrangements.

Move away from the loosely gathered arrangements of summer wedding, country garden bouquets, to autumns more structured floral arrangements. Autumn bouquets will take on a denser, fuller appearance in shades of red, orange, plum and burgundy all smartly presented with hand tied ribbons, textured fabrics and sashes. With plenty of wedding flower ideas to choose from, celebrate the new season with our exquisite range of wedding bouquets this autumn, a beautiful collection of wedding flower designs that perfectly reflect the new season.

Autumn Shade

Deep wine hued garden roses, matched with berries, Celosia in rich shades of burgundy, red, pink and orange and autumn leaves  carefully wrapped with a ribbon, makes for a striking bouquet which perfectly captures the autumn season.

Pumpkin Red. Is full of autumns favorites, dahlias in shades of plum, orange garden roses, white Bouvardia and lush autumn leaves in forest green, burnt orange and burgundy, beautifully wrapped in white ribbon.

Orange Dream. Tropical foliage, orange tulips and orange roses, green hydrangea, mango calla lilies, green berries and red roses come together to make a stunning autumn bridal bouquet.

Rose Devine. A fusion of peach roses, purple roses, wine red roses, green hydrangea and blue veronica come together beautifully for a distinct arrangement that are sure to make a statement.

Purple Dreams. A beautiful mix arrangement made up of purple lisianthus, cheery red roses, deep red berries and green shoots make exquisite bridal wedding bouquets.

Purple Mist. A beautiful bouquet of peach roses, red berries, purple eaustoma, purple calla lilies and foliage make  great wedding bouquet, full of rich shades, texture and is brimming with character.

Buttonholes. Groomsmen can match accordingly with fuller looking wedding flower buttonholes using single flowers similar to that of the bridal bouquet, paired with autumns leaves and foliage. Earthy burgundy, red or orange leaves sum up autumn beautifully, compliment bridal bouquets and make spectacular additions to buttonholes for groomsmen to wear. Autumn hues, reds, oranges, plums and burgundy dazzle against contrasting forest green foliage and flower buds. It’s the perfect time for vibrant shades, take a look at our autumn favourites for inspiration.

Dahlias. Dahlias are striking flowers that have made a comeback and are set to increase in popularity this season. Whether you teach for deep reds, muted purples or plums, dahlias rich autumn shades and full figure make them fitting flowers in bridal bouquets and floral buttonholes.

Roses. For the autumn season, garden roses in burnt orange and forest green foliage make stunning buttonholes for groomsmen to wear. However, if you're looking to move away from autumns earthy tones and keep it bright, roses in bright orange, red or dark yellow work just as well. Match with berries for added texture.

Purple Blossom. To continue that just picked meadow look, reach for purple daisies, known as 'September flower,' make fitting additions to flower arrangements and add a vintage flair to wedding bouquets.

For a distinct Boho look this autumn, consider an arrangement of green mixed herbs, lavender, wheat and blue veronica for added flair.

If you’ve fallen for autumns vibrant hues and taken a liking to any of the above flower designs, Todich Floral Design will be happy to assist in putting together exquisite wedding flowers,  that will beautifully capture the essence of this beautiful season.

Fresh ideas for wedding flowers themes

Tuesday, February 18th, 2014

At Todich Floral Design we love keeping up to date with what’s popular in the wedding industry and with new wedding flowers trends. Of course there will always be some themes, such as all white and feminine, pastel hues that are timeless and that we’ll continue to see year after year. But the great thing about weddings is that each bride can create her own unique twist and make it her own.

As a London wedding florist, Todich Floral Design gets to meet lots of unique people from different backgrounds, so no two weddings are ever them same, which makes what we do really exciting. We are always coming up with new ideas, but equally we often get ideas from our brides too, so here we would like to share with you some fresh and fabulous wedding flowers ideas.

‘Pure & Simple’
If you are a fan of clean, straight lines as well as the colour white with just a pop of colour, then ‘pure and simple’ is most likely a theme you will love. Envision wedding reception flowers featuring luscious white cymbidium orchids overflowing from a decadent silver vase with a touch of yellow ranunculus and craspedia for the pop of colour, along with some pussy willow sticking up a bit taller at the top. This creates a crisp and utterly stunning design.

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‘Modern Vintage’
Vintage wedding flowers are enduringly popular, but modern takes on this should be more about pretty details and less chintz. Designs and colours are romantic, feminine and delicate. Imagine the colours to be ivory, pale pinks and light green. A vintage bridal bouquet would be filled with immaculate ivory and pink garden roses with a touch of Queen Anne’s lace and ivory and light green lisianthus draping from it along with dusty miller. If old school elegance and feminity is what you are after, then this is just the theme for you.

‘Garden Chic’
This is a really fun bridal flowers idea, because it incorporates lots of colours which can be based on the bride’s personal style and taste. Imagine walking through a garden and picking wildflowers; this is the exact feeling you want to create with garden chic themed bridal flowers. The garden chic wedding is fun, with bright with pinks, yellows, purples, and greens. Visualise mason jars filled with sunflowers, daisies, sweet peas, corn flowers, anemones, irises with alchemilla mollis everywhere. It is a whimsical mix of flowers that will bring a lovely fairytale feeling to your day.

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‘Blushing Bride’
This theme is for the complete ‘girly-girls’ out there who just love pink. Picture a full, round bridal bouquet and bridesmaids bouquets with heaps of luscious pastel pink peonies and snowberries, plus subtle pops of darker pink roses, astilbe or waxflower to add some extra texture, drama and shape. Add fairylights, crystals and candles in to the wedding reception décor, and this pink paradise really comes to life.

‘Spring Green’
This wedding flowers theme is for all the nature lovers out there, with succulents, yellow tulips and green hydrangea it’s the perfect style for spring. You could also throw in some white flowers for the bridal bouquet. This would be ideal for an outdoor spring or summer wedding, or where the venue is airy and light. With clear vases on each table filled with floating candles…it can be any brides spring dream come true.

There is literally an endless list of themes that can be discussed and created, and Todich Floral Design wedding and events florist in London specialises in working individually with each bride to realise the dream flowers for her wedding day. With Todich Floral Design, brides can rest secure in the knowledge that their wedding flowers will be custom designed with the season, ambiance of the venue and her own personal style in mind.

Contact the team today to discuss your ideas or request a free quote.