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pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Home CORPORATE FLOWERS WEDDING FLOWERS EVENT FLOWERS Gallery Blog Contact Follow us on CALL US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION 020 7737 1166 December 19th, 2011 Getting married is one of the most special events in anybody’s life. As such, weddings are usually meticulously planned right down to the last detail to ensure nothing will go wrong on the day. One of the most important factors of such preparations for the bride- to-be is to pick her dress and the bridesmaids’. This can take weeks of searching, comparing options, discussing choices with all concerned and fittings – until the final dream choice is made. Decisions, decisions: Choosing wedding flowers Search Pages » About Categories Select Category Archives Home Page 6
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Naturally, finding the right kind of wedding flowers will take as much consideration. They not only have to be beautiful, they need to be matched to the overall colour scheme of things. No bride on the planet would wish for her or her bridesmaids’ bouquets to clash with the dresses for starters. One of the decisions to be made is whether to order bouquets to be made professionally or create them at home, an option many brides go for. Creating beautiful homemade bouquets is not as challenging as it may seem, and it is possible to find many helpful hints and tips in a variety of places. The next question is whether to stick to one particular type of flower or create a mixed bouquet including different colours, fillers and other embellishments such as ribbons and bows. Creating mixed bouquets will naturally mean having to decide what will be the best combination of flowers to use, how many of each there should be to achieve maximum effect and how much green or white should be involved. Some brides may also wish to include particular flowers or fillers because of their symbolism. Baby’s breath, for instance, provides a mass of small white flower heads – perfect as a filler and symbolises everlasting love. Including greenish white, Bells of Ireland, meanwhile, will promise good luck, as will white carnations. Fern would add a touch of sincerity, while Ivy suggests fidelity and friendship. Myrtle is a symbol of love and marriage and Stephanotis, which has small star-shaped white flowers, is supposed to bring happiness in marriage. White lilies symbolise purity and orchids speak of love, beauty and refinement. Red and white roses are a symbol of unity and togetherness. All this goes to show that yes, there is every reason to take some time and carefully consider all the options that present themselves when deciding on wedding flowers and bouquets. Getting it right will mean all smiles on the special day, with everything matching and the bride walking happily and beautifully down the aisle. Other major decisions will continue having to be made by the happy couple from now on. Once settled into their life together, they may, for instance, wish to take a look at some easy access accounts to manage their finances easier. Here, too, it will be necessary to get some relevant information on the many available choices and compare the details very carefully in order to Archives » September 2013 » August 2013 » July 2013 » June 2013 » May 2013 » April 2013 » March 2013 » February 2013 » January 2013 » November 2012 » October 2012 » August 2012 » July 2012 » June 2012 » May 2012 » April 2012 » February 2012 » January 2012 » December 2011 » November 2011 » August 2011 » June 2011 » April 2011 » March 2011 » September 2010 » July 2010 » June 2010 » May 2010 » April 2010 » March 2010 » February 2010 » January 2010 » November 2009 » October 2009 » August 2009 » July 2009 » June 2009 » April 2009
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API find the best available to invest in their future life. Tweet 0 Posted in Weddings | No Comments » November 21st, 2011 Follow our countdown to ensure nothing is overlooked on your special day. One year left » Firstly we at Todich Floral Design recommend that every bride should put together a scrapbook of ideas. Gathering favourite images of flower varieties from magazines and the internet is a great way to find out what you like or do not like. We also advise adding photographs of your chosen theme and wedding venue in the scrapbook as this will also help us and you determine the look you are after. We exhibit at the Earls court wedding show every year and find that brides visiting the shows often find a new style which they hadn’t considered before. We honestly believe that it makes a big impression if the brides are able to handle the bouquets, With brides feeling the weight, and looking up close, feeling the different textures of the flowers, helps them see more clearly, which floral style is best suited. Ten months left » When you have chosen your wedding and bridesmaid dresses, add fabric samples to the scrapbook, so that you can refer to the book when you start to choose the colours of your flowers, A Step by Step guide to the countdown of your wedding » April 2009 » November 2008 » August 2008 » July 2008 » June 2008 » May 2008 » April 2008 » March 2008 » February 2008 » January 2008 » December 2007 » October 2007 » September 2007 » August 2007 Recent Posts » Serbian Wedding Flow ers & Traditions » Bride Flow ers » A Summer Wedding by Todich Floral Design » Secret Rose Garden in London’s West End » Red Rose Wedding Flow ers Wedding flowers blog » Serbian Wedding Flow ers & Traditions Tag Cloud buttonholes design floral fashion floral fashions flowersflow ers london garden reception pedestal flow ers restaurant flow ers rose roses Season for w edding flow ers Secret Rose Garden spring flow ers for w edding Spring w edding flow ers summer w edding flow ers summer w eddings w edding w edding bouquets w edding bouquets london w edding flow ers w edding flow ers london
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API » We at Todich Floral Design treat every bride’s special day as if it was our own. We understand the importance of a wedding, and we have no time limit for our consultations and we are happy to discuss the wedding flowers with you, We recommend booking with us earlier rather than later so that we can devote out time solely to you, With a scrapbook at hand we would be able to gather an understanding and guide you for the best colours and flowers, If you do not have the scrapbook prepared then we would be happy to show your our portfolio of past weddings and guide you through all the recent designs. » When you confirm your booking with us, we will confirm all the details discussed in writing. Including an estimated breakdown of costs. Six months left » We at Todich Floral Design would very much recommend you show the florist your wedding venue, either by inviting us with you or showing us photographs of the grounds and interior. We want to make your day perfect, and with one of the florists seeing the layout we would be able to guide you to the best way to decorate. » It is around now that we suggest is the best time to finalise your flower order, together with the number of arrangements needed. Three months left » If you have decided that you would like to wear flowers in your hair, then we recommend that you order a trail set with us and have a run-through with your hairdresser one of two times, to make sure everything is perfect for the special day. One month left » The big day is looming and this is the time for final confirmations, the florists at Todich Floral Design recommend brides hold a final meeting with us so that the number, style and colour of arrangement are finalised. » Provide all necessary details of all delivery addresses, we are happy to deliver to your chosen address in the morning of the wedding, or if you would rather, we can deliver the evening before, leaving you with less stress for the wedding day, but we recommend you double check the venue for delivery times first.
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API » Like most florists we recommend you find out when the florists expects the bill to be settled, as a general rule of thumb, it is normally 10 days in advance. One day left » We at Todich Floral Design have your flowers ordered 1 or 2 days before the big day, we make sure we buy the flowers at their freshest, and make all the designs up the day before the wedding, allowing time for flowers to open and flourish, ready for the big day. If you by chance change your mind or if we have a problem with buying the flowers requested then we order the alternatives as previously discussed and agreed to in the consultations. » Always remember to discuss any last minute arrangements » We would always make sure that all last minute arrangements and possible alternatives have already been discussed, if unforeseeable circumstances occur. Being in the industry for over 15 years, we are very much in the know of emergency numbers and the best people to contact should any problems occur. The wedding day Everything is now over to you, your big day is here and the excitement and new life beings. The very last steps are very easy final checks for your big day. » Don’t forget to store any other buttonholes and corsages in a cool dry place. » Always remember to give buttonholes for the groom’s side of wedding party to the best man. » We deliver the hand-tied bouquets in water, and just before they leave us we spritz the arrangements in water so that they remains as fresh as possible » Last but not least, remember to dry off their stems at least half an hour before you leave for the ceremony, so there is no danger of them staining your dress. If you would like any further information or would like to book a consultation then please do not hesitate to give us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 7737 1166 (+44 20 7737 1166) Posted in Bridal Flowers, Design, Floral Art, Flower Styling, Flowers, General, Lifestyle, Weddings | No Comments »
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Tweet 0 November 18th, 2011 It’s the magic and romance of weddings that we at Todich floral design love most, we tell every bride that her bouquet is one of the most important elements of the wedding day, We want out brides to feel special when they see their bouquet for the first time, Lots of girls get tears of joy and an excitement that the special day is almost here. Start researching early It is best to book your florist as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. We at Todich floral design only every take one wedding a week, as it’s important for us to be able to give time and energy to each bride’s wedding flowers. So as soon as you’ve decided on the venue, the date and the dress, it’s time to turn your attention to the flowers. Ask for an Initial Consultation It is always helpful if you tell the florist as much information as possible, we would love to hear about your dreams for your big day and what you would like to achieve. Bringing in photographs or magazine clippings is great for the florists, we even suggest creating a mood board of pictures of your dress, the bridal party’s outfits and samples of fabric so we can try to grasp a definite theme or colour scheme coming through, making the consultation much easier. If you have not found anything suited then we have a portfolio full of past designs which we would be happy to talk through with you. We always arrange more than one consultation with future brides so that we can develop a relationship and an understanding to exactly what you wish, The florists at Todich floral design truly believe that the most important thing about the initial consultation is the rapport. Secret tips to create the perfect wedding flowers.
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Be clear on your budget We always ask about your budget at the very first meeting, as it’s extremely important to agree on how much we are working with before starting on the design concept. We will then try to accommodate the design agreed upon within that budget, and when the proposal is accepted, we stick firmly to the budget unless any further additions are requested by you. The Season Try to take seasonality into account when deciding on your wedding flowers, and pick varieties that will be at the height of their season around the date of your wedding. This way, you will find that the flowers will be particularly stunning and fresh, and your budget will stretch that little bit further. The time of year can also help set your theme. For example, spring brides could go for foliage, bulbs and sprouting twigs for a fresh country feel. Those having a summer wedding might decide to go for a generous herbaceous border flowers mixed with lush green grasses. In autumn, we would suggest seed heads, fruits, twigs and hot, spicy vibrant colours. And in winter, look for sumptuous flowers in deeps colours such as crimson and violet. The Theme Take time to identify the central, personal theme of your wedding, as this can shape the decorative style of the whole day. For some brides, their theme may be a colour, a piece of music or a season, while for others it may be a love of fairy lights or perhaps jewellery. Once the bride has found her theme, it is very inspiring for the florist, who can then biggest design concepts to reflect the ideas and create truly wonderful displays that will remain in the memory of the couple and their wedding guests for ever. You Finally, it’s important that the flowers and shaded you choose work with your hair, colour, skin tone and bridal make-up. Think of your bouquet as an accessory, and choose it as you would a handbag or a pair of shoes. If you’re unsure, consider paying for two or three different sample designs and practise holding them to see which weight, style and colour you prefer. If you would like any further information or would like to book a consultation then please do not hesitate to give us an email at email@example.com or call us on 020 7737 1166 (44 20 7737 1166)
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API (If you like the look of the bouquet in the photo above, then you can order from our sister website flowers24hours, just follow the link http://www.flowers24hours.co.uk/lickety- split/1670.html Tweet 0 Posted in Design, Floral Art, Flowers, General, Lifestyle, Spring Weddings, Weddings | No Comments » November 17th, 2011 The floral displays at your ceremony are vital for creating that all important first impression. This blog contains our top tips for guaranteed wedding wow factor! Whether you are tying the knot in a register office, religious setting or at a licensed venue, we at Todich Floral Design can create help amazing displays to perfectly match your chosen type of service. While you don’t have to spend a large amount of money, some floral accents at your ceremony are essential; as this will be the first time your guests get a feel for the style and theme of your day. It’s a really good idea to show us photos or even allow us to visit the space at least once before the wedding so that we can make everything perfect for your special day, we can make the most of the architecture and atmosphere, and have an idea of any colours to avoid or to complement, we would make sure that the flowers would make a great first impression. The Aisle Style
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API We would be happy to guide you with ideas through a consultation at our studio. The floral designers at Todich Floral Design will give you hints and tips for areas you may not have been considered, for example why not decorate the entrance to your venue?, Traditional floral arches, such as a stunning mix of lilies, roses, orchids, hydrangeas, leather leaf, chrysanthemums and aspidistra leaves are a wonderful way to welcome your guests. The same impact can be made with large pedestal arrangements at either side of your venue entrance. The impressive displays can contain any flowers you wish and it is always a cheaper and better to choose flowers in season. Why don’t you add a sense of gravitas to the occasion? If you’re working to a small budget, a hanging arrangement may be best for you, cascading orchids, scented lilies and beautiful dainty roses would be an eye-catching display for you and your guests. To create an effect with an impact with a significantly lower cost, then it would be a great idea to reduce the sequence of displays at the table centres. Including some colour to your ceremony room, church or synagogue by adding small floral displays to pew ends or to the first chair in each row can create a wow factor!, why not include trailing posies of fragrant Singapore orchids and roses to just a few chairs lining the aisle. And, of course, the classic way to decorate any ceremony room is with an eye-catching pedestal. A display of roses, guilder rose, tulips , eucalyptus and ruscus arranged in a church font perfectly complements the venue’s décor, and is bound to have made an impact everyone. For more ideas then please do not hesitate to contact our experienced floral designers by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7737 1166 (44 20 7737 1166) Tweet 0 1 Posted in Floral Art, Flower Styling, Flowers, General, Lifestyle, Wedding Flowers, Weddings | No Comments » The Vintage Fashion in Flowers
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API November 15th, 2011 It was only a few years back that the ‘something old’ in the familiar wedding day adage might have meant, at most, a family necklace glimmering above the neckline, or an old piece old fashioned, attire only worn to not cause dismay to certain family members, but in the last year a sea of change has taken place, with more and more brides choosing to reject the new and instead rediscover the charms of pre-loved pieces.it seems the pre-owned fashion Items with a history has definitely made its mark to stay. Vintage has sky rocketed in popularity, the recent royal wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton unsurprisingly showed the princess wearing a traditional 1950’s style lace dress and holding a simple white bouquet of Lily-of-the-valley, Sweet William, Hyacinth, Ivy and myrtle. The classic craze has certainly flourished within the flower industry. Vintage has definitely set its mark among the brides to be. Todich Floral Design kept with the trend and exhibited at The Wedding Show 2011 in Earls Court with an exquisite display of vintage style pieces, including the infamous Amnesia Roses, Vanda orchids and Scabiosa pods. All of which caught the eyes of the happy couples. The Amnesia Rose in-particular have become very popular over the last few years, due to its reliability with flower heads that are always fully open and all year round, it is no wonder that these extraordinary roses are a firm favourite when creating Vintage style wedding flowers. Its unique beige, lavender and green colours tone magnificently with many other flowers, we also find that mixing the roses with soft pinks and whites also create a dramatic effect. Quite often because of their mystifying beauty, Amnesia Roses are used in simple clusters with just foliage to accompany them. By choosing a mixed bouquet of seasonal English flowers with a small amount of foliage running throughout the bouquet you would be able to create a vintage look’. Many brides are dressing the venues with simple designs to create a natural garden appearance.
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The designers at Todich Floral Design say ‘It is the attention to minor details that is important in creating a classical period look. Accessories can also be incorporated into your flower designs such as using diamantes, pearls, brooches and velvet ribbon, we would be happy to quote you on any unique or intricate ideas you may have to make your special day, a day to remember. So don’t forget, being original is the key, mixing of old and new, and by adding seasonal pastel flowers will create the antique classical look which you are looking for. (If you like the look of the bouquet in the photo above, then you can order from our sister website flowers24hours, just follow the link http://www.flowers24hours.co.uk/vintage- dream/30.html Tweet 0 Posted in Bridal Flowers, Design, Flower Styling, Flowers, Lifestyle, Wedding Flowers, Weddings | No Comments » August 28th, 2011 So you have been looking around for the perfect bridal bouquet, trying to decide on the right flowers and the perfect colour combination. Maybe you have all the details of your wedding set, but have been looking for that bit of something blue? Well, if you have do not have the colour combinations picked out, give cooler colours a try. You might feel that they are a bit down toned, and lack some festivity. But if you combine your colours and flowers right blue, white and purple tones can be just as exciting as flaming red and orange. Something Blue in Your Bridal Bouquet
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Hydrangeas are the best flowers to go for if you are looking for something blue, there are various shades of this flower available, just for blue. Because this colour combination is so held-back, you can go all out with the size of your flowers, and hydrangeas are just that. They are large and abundant and they draw the eye with even the simplest of colours. I find that white roses or lilies complement this flower quite well. They are simple and act as a frame for the frilly hydrangea. I prefer white as it has its own kind of brightness, which makes up for the lack of intense colour. The blue hydrangeas and white flowers will do quite well on their own. However, if your wedding is simple and chiq, you can add more detail to the floral decorations. Wisps of purple freesia will not only make the décor and the bouquet more intricate, it will add some wonderful scent to the ceremony. The foliage in your bouquets and decorations also deserves some special attention, as it will be creating the contrast needed to make those flowers pop! Deep green is the best choice when working with cool and simple colours. Your whites will shine against a dark green backdrop. If you are still unsure of what you want for your bridal bouquet and floral décor, feel free to turn to our team of experts for the advice you need. Tweet 0 Posted in Weddings | No Comments » August 13th, 2011 Nothing brightens up a room like a beautifully arranged bouquet of flowers. When people feel under the weather the scent and sight of elegant blooms can have a reviving effect. Such a gift also tells the invalid that you are thinking of them and reminds them of better times. It can bring a little of the outside world Get well flowers
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API into their room. However it is important to know that some authorities will not allow flowers in any part of their hospital as the potential for germs breeding in water in unchanged vases is a concern – and also that it all makes extra work for the nurses who could be better used caring for patients. So before sending get well flowers to someone who is ill in hospital, check the local rules. At Flowers24Hours we have other gifts that may be as suitable, if not more so. We recently sent fruit to a man recovering from heart surgery with full approval where a bouquet would have been banned. A preserved rose arrangement may be acceptable, but do ask first. Or send them a teddy bear with a balloon and also some chocolates – for the nurses, of course! http://www.flowers24hours.co.uk/limelight/5568.html Tweet 0 Posted in Corporate | No Comments » June 13th, 2011 One of the best ways to give your event style is to choose colours and colour combinations that are in this season. The best source of hot and stylish colours is the runway and fashion, you might even look at the colours you are wearing this summer to decorate your summer wedding or other important event. 1. Apricot and Dusty Green: It is almost natural that these colours are a hit this season; you just need to take a walk in an orchard to see these shades during the summer. They have also been on the runway. One of the best flowers to choose for this colour Summer Colours to Make Your Event Pop!!
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API combination is the strelitzia, as it already holds these shades, and has a drop of purple to give some added detail 2. Deep Red and Light Blue: This colour combination is reminiscent of a bowl of cherries. If you are planning to use roses in your decor this can be the perfect combination. Deep red is not your usual summer colour, but the light blue will give it the added summery freshness your event needs. 3. Violet and Light Gray: Gray has been the new black for some time now. This colour combination is the perfect choice for a more refined and held-back event. These colours will give an event a soft and quiet air. To give shades some contrast, your flowers can be arranged with deep green foliage. You can also have monochromatic bouquets, where all the flowers are violet, but in various shades to give the arrangements some depth. The perfect event or wedding celebration does not have to remain a dream. Todich Floral Design can help you with all the details of your decor. And you can stay focused on having your special event go off without a hitch. We have all the experience and resources provide you with perfection! Tweet 0 Posted in Events | No Comments » April 6th, 2011 Who won the Lambeth Business Award
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pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API TODICH FLORAL DESIGN Winner of “Best Customer Service” in the ‘Lambeth Business Awards 2011. Florist Todd Todich made a bet he didnt expect to have to honour before the ceremony . The director of Todich Floral DesignÂ promised his customer service manager he would eat a rose if his company won an award. His plant and flower delivery scooped the award for best customer service.Â He said “I’m so shocked, I didn’t expect this at all. I told him I would eat a garden rose if we won. Now I might have to.” His business partner Giselle Corineigh said “We just came for the dinner, we didn’t expect to win”. Tweet 0 Posted in Award | No Comments » March 30th, 2011 Our Companies Achievements
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