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pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API design team can meet the bride and sometimes the groom to discuss ideas. We like to get to know each bride, this really helps us to decide on the style and feel of the wedding and to make sure the flowers work for each individual. We discussed the flower ideas to the bride and she wanted a very fresh feel to her designs. The team suggested cream roses for a classic element and to introduce freshness, by adding vibernum and seasonal foliage. The bride was wearing a very simple classic dress which was thankfully light on embelishment details. so we suggested a shower bouquet, these are very much back in fashion, but it is important it works with the design of your chosen dress and we felt this design would suit her perfectly. The ceremony was to be held in Trinity House which is a beautiful venue that overlooks the Tower of London and the River Thames. The bride decided on two simple vase displays which fitted with the bridal flowers of cream roses and vibernum, these were placed on the cermony table. The reception was a restaurant called The Distillers, in Smithfield Market, when we visited the venue we noticed the galleried staircase and felt this could be the central feature for the designs. The team suggested using cream fabric and ivy which was draped along the staircase to give a soft, romantic feel when the guests and bridal party arrived. The tables were dressed with simple posy arrangements of cream roses, vibernum and seasonal foliage. The bride had also collected a selection of props which included, white laterns which we dressed with ivy and these were lit in the evening with tealights. All very romantic …. 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
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Brides Comment ”Hi Laura and Carol Just to say a massive thank you so much for our wedding flowers. They were amazing and are more beautiful than we imagined and we had so many lovely comments on them. The fabric looked so lovely at the reception venue – it looked so much better than I thought it would. Our house is now full of the table arrangements and my bouquet has been taken off to get preserved as I want to be able to capture the beauty of them forever. The level of service we received from you both has been outstanding and we are happy to recommend you to people in the future. I will post you a proper thank you card and a couple of pics from the day soon ! Brigitte and Daniel ” xxx Tweet 0 Posted in Design, Flowers, June Wedding Flowers, Rose Wedding Flowers, Rose Weddings in London, Spring Weddings, summer, Wedding Flowers, Weddings | No Comments » June 18th, 2013 At last the day has come! At Todich we can work with a bride for sometimes over a year to ensure her flowers are perfect for the wedding day. The Head Designer, Laura Fisher worked with a lovely bride who was looking to incorporate her favourite flower, ‘Memory Lane’ roses. At the initial consultation which is always about ‘fact finding’ and really understanding A Vintage Pink Wedding with an Industrial Twist » 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 the brides likes and dislikes. The team talked to the bride about her dress, which was going to be halter necked with some beading. If the dress has a lot of detail, we tend to advise the bride to go for a more simple domed design rather than a more elabrote shower design. It is important the flowers compliment the dress rather than being the dominating factor. We decided on a domed shaped bouquet which would focus on the ‘Memory Lane’ roses as the main flower with accents of whites from seasonal flowers. The bride was keen to have ribbon which fitted with the ivory of her dress and delicate pearl pins. The bridesmaids wore beautiful pink long dresses and the team suggested using the same dusty pink rose for the bouquets, but this time bringing in accents of pinks with delicate seasonal flowers. These designs would be tied with pink ribbon to match the dresses. The little flowers girls who were ten and four would have the same designs but on a smaller scale. Another option which we discussed for the flower girls was to have a more relaxed posy style, which is less sophisticated and has a more relaxed feel, but the bride finally decided on the dome style to match the other designs. The church was very large and we finally decided on pew ends which would be small posies of seasonal flowers finished with elegant satin ribbon, which would hang down from the flowers. Alter arrangements were also included to create impact at the front of the church.
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The reception was at Rum and Sugar, a beautiful room in Museum of London; the room had a industrial feel with exposed brick and industrial looking pipe work. The bride wanted a relaxed and fun feel to her table arrangements and after discussing this with the team, they came up with the perfect solution. It was felt glass vases would be too formal and Head Designer, Laura Fisher suggested using galvanised containers which would work really well with the soft pink of the roses. To add some softness to the containers, the team suggested bringing in the ivory satin ribbon which matched the bride’s dress, this was tied around the top of the container. Brides Comments ‘I have wanted to email you to say thank you for making the flowers at my wedding so perfect! I was overwhelmed with how they looked when I saw them on the day, they were exactly how I hoped they would be (actually better) – the colours looked completely perfect, as you said they would. It made me so happy on the day looking at them all the time, whether that be my bouquet, the buttonholes, the pew ends, or the table arrangements – they were just beautiful. I am so glad that we went with Todich Floral Design to do our flowers, as you translated my colour scheme and rough theme into the most beautiful flowers that really complemented the whole day – THANK YOU!!!‘ Tweet 0 Posted in Bridal Flowers, June Wedding Flowers, Spring wedding flowers, Spring Weddings, summer, Wedding Flowers, Weddings | No Comments » June 7th, 2013 The designers who work on the London French brassiere have been very focused on using lush greens which have included lots of seasonal herbs and other lovely Ooh La la – Summer Colours at the French Brassiere
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API plants for the last three designs. The design team felt this time they needed ‘colour’, to fit with the lovely warm weather that England is having at the moment. Finger’s crossed it lasts! We looked at different options and we always like to include some height in the window so you get both impact from inside and create interest from outside of the restaurant. There were many options and different designs discussed within the team but we finally decided to look for an old ladder which would fit with the rustic theme. We have a wide range of props which we hire out for wedding and events and we feel it is really important, to use interesting items alongside the flower designs. The team worked on a range of ideas and finally decided on ‘Ladders and Baskets’. To create an impact we decided to use seasonal hydrangeas of all different colours placed in different sized baskets. We felt this would give ‘wow’ factor as soon as guests entered the restaurant. The ladder was also styled with natural looking containers filled with seasonal plants that finished off the design; we also included jasmine which hanged down from the top of the ladder. We installed the design at the beginning of June and will continue to change the theme; we will keep you updated for the next month. We are already planning July and have some amazing ideas!! Tweet 0 Posted in Corporate, Corporate Flowers, Design, Flower Styling, Hotel Restaurant Bar Flowers, Plants, Restaurant Flowers, Window Display | No Comments »
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API May 28th, 2013 The design team at Todich Floral Design worked on a lovely wedding over the May Bank Holiday weekend. It was held at the beautiful Kew Gardens in West London; and after a number of consultations to establish the design brief from the bride, the final theme that was chosen was ‘Secret Garden’ The bride wanted her centre pieces to have a very natural feel and we wanted a design which would work with the beautiful surroundings of Kew Gardens. The team proposed the idea of using birdcages filled with seasonal flowers and foliage. We used beautiful white peonies, blue nigella, white freesia and cornflowers, which fitted with the bridal flowers which were white with a hint of blue. On the day, the team styled the event by adding more trailing ivy and jasmine to the designs once they were placed onto the tables. Tealight holders were placed around the birdcages to create a romantic effect. The styling at the venue is very important and we provide a full service with a very experienced team. We also created a ‘Secret Garden’ theme within a large fishbowl, which was magical with the flowers all covered with berried ivy and jasmine: To finish the effect we placed storm lanterns alongside the outside of the conservatory which were lit when it got dark. If you require a quote for a wedding, or would like to meet with one of our consultants for a free consultants then please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 02077371166. May Wedding – Wild Flower Birdcages
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Tweet 0 3 Posted in Design, May Wedding Flowers, Spring wedding flowers, Spring Weddings, Wedding Flowers, Weddings | No Comments » May 21st, 2013 The team worked with a lovely bride to create her flowers for her wedding which was held in Lincolns Inn Fields. We were very lucky to be invited to the venue for our initial consultation, it is such an amazing venue and the bride worked as a barrister in one of the offices, so it had a very special association with the bride and her family. We talked about the different styles and it was evident from talking to the bride she wanted a very country feel; she had grown up in the country and wanted this to be an important part of her day. We talked about the different colours she like soft lilacs and whites so we introduced these into the designs. The bridal bouquet was going to have a very natural feel and the Head Designer, Laura Fisher introduced beautiful seasonal flowers which included sweet peas, astrantia, phlox, campanula, stocks, and to get the wild effect we used Clematis May Wedding – Sweet Pea & Lavender
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API throughout the designs. The bridesmaid’s bouquets were the same style but to differentiate them from the bridal bouquet, we kept the colours very soft with soft lilacs and whites. The bouquets and buttonholes were finished off with pretty gingham ribbon and natural ribbon. The ceremony was held in the Chapel at Lincoln’s Inn Field and the bride wanted to bring the country theme into this historical chapel. We designed little country posies which had seasonal flowers and we also introduced lavender and rosemary into the designs. We always like to use flower or foliage which smell lovely when you brush past or touch them, which envitable guests do! These designs were placed down the central lights and created real impact. The arrangementS at the front of the Chapel were designed in grand urns and placed on stone effect plinths. We used seasonal flowers which included Hydrangeas that were of a beautiful lavender colour which worked well with the lavender flowers that featured in the light posies. The other flowers in the desig fitted with the country feel, We included soft lilac colours within the arrangements that were filled with white roses, stocks, clematis and dill. The wedding reception was also at Lincolns Inn Field in the Old Hall, which is steeped in history and the bride was looking for a low, narrow design to fit on the long dark wood tables. We discussed lots of ideas, but came up with a modern twist on the long and low design. We used moss at the side of the arrangements and then used delicate flowers in lilacs and whites to create a pretty, country effect. The long and low arrangements
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API then sat either side of the candelabras and worked so well with the beautiful cream embossed table cloths. We were all so pleased when we heard from the bride on Saturday evening ‘The flowers were amazing, we had lots of comments about all of them, saying how beautiful they were. Thanks so much’ Tweet 0 Posted in Spring wedding flowers, Spring Weddings, Weddings | No Comments » 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. May Wedding – Quirky Table Designs
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API 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. Tweet 0 Posted in Spring wedding flowers, Spring Weddings, Weddings | No Comments » May 15th, 2013 At the beginning of May the team installed the third design in the window at a French Brasserie restaurant in west London. The restaurant was going from strength to strength, with fantastic reviews Labour Day in France
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API and the team were excited about the new design. The floral design team have continued to source beautiful old rustic furnishings from various secret locations, all the staff been amazed with what has been found over the last couple of weeks. This month the team at Todich Floral Design wanted to use vintage crates to use for the restaurants window display, we felt the rustic crates would really work in the space and would create the country feel that works so well in restaurant space. The idea was to plant within the crates which were placed at different heights to creative interest, both inside and out. The installation was scheduled for the 1st May which is ‘Labour Day’ in France and it is tradition to give your workers, Lily of the Valley. We felt it was important to incorporate this into the design and filled shallow old apple crates with Lily of Valley plants and covered them with moss. It was really effective and this featured looked stunning for customers who entered the restaurant. We also incorporated spring blossom which looked beautiful in an old tall galvanised container and the containers worked well with the citrus greens plants. Large pots filled with herbs were placed on upturned crates which complimented the herbs in the outside containers. The installation mixed old with new and gave a fresh new look for the French window display. Tweet 0 Posted in Design, Plants | No Comments »
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API May 10th, 2013 I work as the in-house photographer at the wedding and events company Todich Floral Design; based in Camberwell South London; the florist has built up a successful reputation in providing unique and beautiful floral designs for local wedding and events for the last fifteen years. My job is filled with a variety of different tasks which means no two days are ever the same. One moment I could be in the studio photographing intricate buttonholes with a macro lens or the next I could be at an event photographing the grand floral displays for the companies’ online portfolio. We have recently been in the process of updating and modernising the Todich Floral Design websites gallery. It has been my job to provide stunning photographs which are to be displayed Photographing Flowers – London
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API showcasing the florist’s achievements. Over the years Todich Floral design has successfully built up a number of clients which they provide flowers for on a weekly basis. My recent project meant that I got to travel around London with my camera and photograph each design in their place setting. On a daily basis I photograph each vase arrangement in the studio with a three light setup, but as a photographer it is always preferential to photograph the displays in a natural environment with natural lighting. This month I was assigned to photograph the spring flower designs, my first office contract was based in West London, A modern company with white walls and white furnishings, The single vase arrangement stood proudly behind the reception, The tall vase was simple and elegant and was filled with white tulips and decorative twigs, The office only had a skylight window but the room was fairy bright, I used a Canon EOS 7D with a 24-105mm lens, the photograph was shot with an ISO of 800 and a shutter speed of 1/50 of a second, I set the aperture at f4 so to keep a good focus of the depth of field.
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API I then moved onto a beauty salon which was also in west London, The vase arrangement was a design with yellow Vanda orchids and bamboo. The design was sat on a bright airy reception desk and was eye-catching up against the salon window. The room was very well lit so I kept the same depth of field setting but changed the shutter speed to 1/80 of a second as the lighting was much brighter than the previous office. My next contract to photograph was based in central London at a French brassiere restaurant. Our designers have been working with the management to create modern stylish window displays which are very different to anything we have done before. Professional styling is key and our head design consultant Laura Fisher has been working one on one with them to create displays suitable to the company’s needs. Vintage French garden has been the overall theme for this client, White wash troughs, ceramic pots, and rustic mirrors.
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Vintage white tables and even an old fashioned step ladder has been filled with a variety of herbs and plants which make this window display stand out and unique to any other company. I photographed the window display from the inside and the outside, I focused on detail and changed my lens a couple of times, I started off with photographing the whole display with a prime 50mm f1.4 lens, I then moved onto the 24-105mm to capture each planter, I then moved onto a macro 50mm lens to capture the close ups of the flowers and herbs. The day of my London photography trip was our first sunny warm day of 2013, I decided to photograph London, I wanted to capture beautiful flower and plant arrangements which were based in gardens and hotel entrances, As a florist and a photographer it was vital to see for myself what the current trends are and how other florists were styling hotel entrances. I would then
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API use these photographs for a discussion with our design and florist team and look at how we can work these ideas into our next displays. From window boxes to large park public displays, I photographed arrangements that caught my eye; whilst concentrating on colour, style and shape. My next contract was a 5* hotel based in West London, the hotel has a modern interior and only stylish sophisticated designs are suited. The flower displays were made up with tall alliums which stood in a base of fluffy hydrangeas, the designs were modern and in keeping with the style of the hotel. The lobby was an incredibly dark room with very small windows. There was little natural light which meant I had to change my settings on the camera and lens. Personally I generally refuse to use flash at all times, I detest how flash looks in photographs, I will push the ISO up as much as possible (unless there is too much grain) and use a tripod instead of using a flash gun if I can help it.
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The hotel lighting meant that I had to push the ISO up to 1600, this is not always possible with all DSLR camera, but my canon E0S 7D can handle dark lighting much better than other cameras, even better than the full frame Canon 5dmk2 which I previously owned before this. I then switched my lens to a 50mm F1.4 prime and managed to shoot at 1/60 of a second, I did not have a tripod on me so I felt it best to not go for a lower shutter speed. I am however very pleased with the result and glad I stuck to using natural lighting. The last contract was based in south west London and is a relaxed new York/Italian style restaurant. They have wood burning stoves, wooden floors and stones walls, The design we created was very natural and in keeping with the décor, The arrangement included dill, blossom and decorative twigs, I decided to keep with the 50mm f1.4 lens, I lowered the ISO to 250 and changed the shutter speed to 1/125 of a second. Overall I am very happy with the results and the colours are captured
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API beautifully in the photograph. As we enter into the busy wedding period, I will be writing more about my photography experiences within this season. Take a look at our gallery on our Todich Floral Design website for up to date images on our portfolio. Thank you for reading. Annalie Kaufman Tweet 0 Posted in Design, Photographing Flowers | No Comments » April 23rd, 2013 The design team at Todich Floral Design have been very busy and there are lots of exciting things happening. We continue to work with the new French restaurant; we have just delivered the latest installation. We decided to use very white props this time to create a ‘rustic French garden’. The design included rustic old wooden planters filled with beautiful herbs and hellebores & small terracotta pots with herbs with worked really well with the white. The design was based around a very old rustic white table which was a real focal point of the design and could be seen from street level. The chef loved the design and whilst installing the design, we received a lot of attention from passers- by! A Rustic French Garden Display – London
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API We have just won a new client, an Italian brasserie styled restaurant and cocktail bar in Chelsea. We are very excited about working with another new restaurant opening and look forward to creating interesting and quirky designs for them. The style of the downstairs brasserie is very natural and has piles of logs dotted around the restaurant which gives a warm and inviting feeling. Our designer, discussed with the client the different design ideas; we decided to have a very natural and hedgerow effect for the downstairs vase design, which would include seasonal flowers and twisted willow, the design would be very loose and have a natural effect. The upstairs cocktail bar has a more elegant and sophisticated feel, so we decided to have an elegant simple design which for example could just be elegant white calla lilies in a beautiful vase. The team are now busy with lots of weddings and we are receiving fantastic feedback from our brides, which always makes us so happy! See our latest wedding blog for more details x From the design team @ Todich Floral Design Tweet 0 Posted in Design, Plants | No Comments »
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API 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 A Peony and English Rose Wedding – April 2013
pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API 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 0207 7371166 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org Tweet 0 Posted in Spring wedding flowers, Spring Weddings, Weddings | No Comments » « Previous Entries Next Entries » Site Map | Terms and Conditions Copyright©2013. Todich Floral Design. All rights reserved.
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