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Published on October 5, 2013

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pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Featured in yesterday’s South London Press (Left – Right: Carol, Todd, Lesley, Kalina) We’ve been nominated for the innovation award at this years Lambeth Business Awards! The innovation is based around a brand new wedding product we’ll be offering our lovely brides from late Feburary! It’s all very hush hush at the moment but as soon as we launch it we’ll promise to let you all know! The award ceremony is taking place on the 23rd of February and we’re up against some great competition, including our sister brand! Good luck to all participants on the evening and see you all there! Tweet 0 Posted in Corporate Events, Events, General | No Comments » January 12th, 2010 Salvaged flowers save the day! Pages » About Categories Select Category 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

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Flowers can be a very important element for just about any event. They can brighten up and add the finishing touches to just about any space you can imagine, even fields and pastures! The World Equestrian Games, soon to take place at the Kentucky Horse Park. But the road to preparing the event was not all smooth sailing. Around mid-summer organizers of the event found that their floral budget had been cut. Luckily with a helping hand and generous donation from the UK College of Agriculture, the games will not be short of flowers. Volunteers involved in solving the problem also found themselves short on time to grow the flowers. So they had to approach the problem from a different angle. Flowers that hadn’t been sold, or were on their way to dying were tended and brought back to life. The volunteers made their way through several greenhouses, salvaging whatever they could find. With a bit of fertilizer and some re-potting the flowers were ready for their trip across the ocean. The flowers will be used to decorate the park and jumps for the games. All it takes is a little innovation and creativity to really make an event memorable and enjoyable. This is why at Todich Floral Design we enjoy helping you decorate and organize your events. Our custom tailored floral decorations will bring the best out of your private, corporate, cultural or Christmas event. Our floral designs will be suited to your needs through free design consultations, and will be » March 2010 » February 2010 » January 2010 » November 2009 » October 2009 » August 2009 » July 2009 » June 2009 » 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

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Our floral designs will be suited to your needs through free design consultations, and will be carefully installed to ensure that your ideas are brought to life in perfection. Tweet 0 Posted in General, Lifestyle, news, Plants, Todich Floral Design News | No Comments » November 30th, 2009 The Snap Dragon is a flower that often escapes our thoughts, but with the development of breeding, this little beauty is becoming hardier by the year. Hybrids of this flower are less susceptible to heat, tough against the cold, sturdy and available in a new palette of colors. No matter what the climate is like in your area, the spadragon can make itself at home at some time in the year. Usually, it is a gardener’s favourite complement for the pansy during autumn. Where winter is a bit colder they are planted at the end of winter or the beginning of spring, filling gardens with color through summer. The botanical term for this bloom is Antirrhinum majus. Breeding of this plant has taken enormous steps forward, making it a tough little addition to the garden. The Sonnet and Liberty variety are especially favoured, in the garden they grow to a nice The Snapdragon Tougher Than Ever flowersreception 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 height from 24 to 30 inches. This means that they do not need structural support, both in the garden or in a flower arrangment, making them nearly hassle-free. The snapdragon is also available in dwarf varieties, with the Tahiti and the Montego being especially praiseworthy types. The Montego is a bit more sturdy in nature, and unlike the Tahiti it does not have a tendency to fall over. These flowers are bit smaller reaching a height of only 12 inches. If you are looking for something a bit off the beaten path, the rare coloring of the “Twinny” offers something more unique. This is a double flowered version of the snapdragon, its peachy color gives off an air of nostalgia to any garden or arrangement. The hybridization of a the Spanish Antirrhinum hispanicum and A. molle lead to the introduction of trailing snapdragons, opening new doors and looking for new solutions from designers. This development also lead to creating a more heat-tolerant version of the flower. Those who are planting this flower at this time of year are taking a bit of a gamble, but it is still possible that this flower is in bloom in many places, meaning that it is still a possible option for flower arrangements. There is something whimsical and lighthearted about the snapdragon, it can soften the harder edges of any arrangement. With specialized breeding there is quite a palette of colors to choose from. Using this flower as a part of your next design idea can add an element of originality, as well as take you back to childhood years to the time when many of us would gently press together the head of the flower, to see the ‘dragon’ open its jaws. Tweet 0 Posted in Floral Art, Flowers, Gardening, General, Lifestyle | No Comments » November 27th, 2009 Designing Like a Wildcrafter

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Sometimes it can be hard to define, what exactly we find beautiful on the cold stormy days of winter. When taking a closer look, howling winds and below zero temperatures could mean the source of inspiration for the next floral centrepiece to adorn your table at a special event. Gales carry with them what nature has discarded cones, needles, branches, seed pods and other beautiful, natural pieces of art. When working with the right floral designer, nature can lead to the formation of magnificent pieces of botanical art, using city streets, country lanes, or a farmer’s field for as the source of inspiration. Some have even made this their craft, those who use natural resources for their floral design have been given the title of wildcrafter. As their line of work requires it, they lead a life completely immersed in nature, developing a keen eye for possible material in the outdoors.

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API This type of designer will be very unlikely to create the traditional Christmas wreath, made of pine or cedar, instead other materials are used making a less obvious reference to the holiday. This kind of approach can be far more refreshing, a bit of originality can just as easily capture the spirit of the season, perhaps even more so, than a green wreath with a red bow that is a mirror image to the one hanging on the neighbour’s front door. One wonderful example is the use of blackberry, rose hip or birch branches to create a wreath. When birch is in question, branches collected in early spring are fairly malleable, and they can simply be wound around each other, until the desired thickness is reached. Then it is up to the designer to decide what is to be used as further decoration. This can be flowers, bark from from other trees, berries or whatever you like best. Using nature as a source for ideas can have more than one positive aspect. Natural design and decorations can act as a reminder to stay green, while using nature’s creations will guarantee that you stay unique. In the following few months we will all be spending a considerable amount of time going from house to house, event to event, or perhaps organizing one or several get- togethers of our own. Wouldn’t it be rejuvenating to see one unique decoration scheme after another? Our own homes or events could also see some refreshment with a little boost from the outdoors. There is no need to start wandering through the woods collecting branches like a wildcrafter. But the next time you consult with a floral designer, don’t forget to think back to the last winter walk you took. With a little help from our designers you could be on your way to creating design that is earthy, yet spectacular and original.

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Tweet 0 0 Posted in Christmas, Design, Floral Art | No Comments » October 2nd, 2009 Growth patterns of plants and flowers due to change, alongside other natural phenomenons Flowers and plants are expected to bloom up to two months earlier by 2080, says University of Edinburgh Professor Ray Thompson. Based on data going back to 1775, temperatures are forecast to increase by 5ºC in the next 60 years. According to the same scientists, each 1ºC increase in temperature brings flowering 11 days forward. This early flowering could increase the risk of disease and the potential for severe Flowers to bloom 2 months earlier by 2080

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API crop damage by late frosts in the year. Predictions such as this highlight the importance climate change has in the floristry industry. If temperatures continue to rise, it is almost certain the price of cut flowers will increase. The varieties of flowers will change and the current seasonal flowers will be in different seasons. The worst hit areas are likely to have oceanic climates, such as Western Europe, the US east coast, New Zealand, Chile and North Africa. Working with a natural resource such as flowers means we need to have an even stronger outlook. We as an industry must ensure we do our utmost to reduce climate change and prevent the effects of global warming by reducing our carbon emissions and waste material, reusing as much as possible and recycling everything we can. To find out more about what we do to save the planet, email us or call us on 020 7737 1166. (29.09.09, Horticulture Week, Tweet 0 Posted in Ecological | No Comments » August 18th, 2009 Creating a Gold Medal Garden in Two Weeks!

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The Gold Medal Garden at Tatton If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to create a gold medal garden in two weeks, look no further. Philip Dugdale and Alan Burns, have recently won the gold medal for the Best Visionary garden 2009 and have been kind enough to share some of the pictures of development with us! Recent graduates of Leeds Metropolitan University, these two young landscape architects have surpassed any expectations held of them. The garden took two years of planning, 6 months of non-stop work (including growing all the plants themselves), 3000 flags of ethically sourced Indian Sandstone, 283 wire cages (gabions), 17 tonnes of stone, 3 tonnes of steel and a collective weight loss of 3 stone between the duo! They describe their concept as, “Fusing

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The Duo Hard at Work! together the infinite possibilities of landscape architecture with restrictive urban landscapes to create sustainable design solutions that are unique to their surroundings”. And unique they are! Tatton is the show that aims to “break the mould of garden design and show innovation and foresight”, which is taken entirely literally in the case of this magnificent cubed garden. “Some of the plants are 30-50 years old – the gunnera came from a plant more than 100 years old,” Alan explained. “The judges couldn’t believe we weren’t gardeners. We have an eye for what works, including in nature.” Philip, of Marton Moss, labels himself as a new generation “Mosser”, and concedes he’s influenced by the local coastal, urban and rural sprawl of the area, and concludes: “Now more than ever we need to have more ecological sustainability within our surroundings – and that’s key to the Cubed ethos.” The garden will be on display in Liverpool at the Kirsty Doyle Store from the 25th of August.

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pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The finished garden! Tweet 25 Posted in Design, Gardening, General | No Comments » July 21st, 2009 We are about to launch our new floristry school in London, Todich Floral Design School! Starting at an absolutely unbeatable introductory rate of Learn how to make a stunning floral arrangement!

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API 25 per 3 hour session, you will learn how to make a variety of different arrangements. We promise to teach you how to get that vase on your kitchen counter livened up again! Learn the secrets from the professionals! You will discover what type of flowers suit and compliment each other, which flowers are best value for money, what colours can be used for different occasions, how height and juxtaposition effect the overall design and much, much more! Our head florist, Maryline, is incredibly easy going and a fantastic teacher (NB: I should know, she very patiently taught me how to make a buttonhole!) You can even bring your kids along (if you let us know in advance!) and they can be taken care of by a certified child minder whilst you laugh and learn your way to professional floristry! We will be hosting two types of sessions. The first is a 3 hour session, where people can develop their skills over time. The second is an intensive 1 day course, where you learn the whole floristry process: from visiting our suppliers to creating button holes for weddings! 3 Hour Sessions In these 3 hour sessions you will learn how to create a basket arrangement, a hand tied arrangement and a vase arrangement! These will be held at our studio on: August 9th 1:00-4:00 September 13th 1:00-4:00 October 11th 1:00-4:00 1 Day Courses These intensive one day courses start with a early morning trip to our suppliers. You will see the large variety of flowers you can get right here in London and be able to select the flowers you will be working with for the day! Once you get back, you’ll be taught how to make a variety of arrangements and something specific you would like to learn! You will also be able to have a chat and listen to our guest speaker discuss the importance of floristry!

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API July 31st August 14th September 4th (Times to be announced) For any more information, email us at or give us a call on +44 (0)20 7737 1166 Book soon as places are limited! Tweet 0 Posted in Floral Art, Flowers, General, Lifestyle | No Comments » June 22nd, 2009 As today is the start of Recycling Week we thought today would be the perfect day for our exciting official new launch day for our new Eco-initiative with our recycling partner Aardvark Recycling! After learning about the incredible projects Aardvark is engaging in, Todich Floral Design LTD has decided to move towards the same direction and extend our steps in striving for a greener Todich Floral Design’s New Eco-Initiative!

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API business. We are now buying all of the compost created from our organic waste back from Aardvark and replacing our old brand of compost with our own! This means we’ve got a chain of recycling directly in our organisation, from start to finish! For the last year, we have been recycling all of our flowers with Aardvark Recycling which they turn into compost alongside other organic waste they receive. This high in demand compost is used for various projects around London, including inner city roof gardens, compost for community groups and compost for the Garden Museum. This organic waste is created mainly through our contractual flowers for hotels, restaurants and offices. Each week, we replace our old vases with fresh, new flowers. These flowers are then taken back to our warehouse and sent over to Aardvark. So we are absolutely pleased to announce our new initiative with our recycling partner and hope this is another step forward of many to come! Our existing recycling policy can be found on our partner website here. Tweet 0 Posted in General, Lifestyle, Todich Floral Design News | No Comments » Faith No More’s Faith Revived with Todich Floral Design!

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API June 15th, 2009 Watch the gig and their buttonholes from here! Faith No More, the influential American band that broke up in 1998 are in Britain for their come back tour! The band that once featured the infamous Courtney Love as their star singer (until she was fired) have recruited Todich Floral Design’s services to accompany their gig tonight in the o2 Brixton Academy! The platinum status band has asked us to create for them 5 special button holes to accompany their suits in tonight’s gig, which are being created by our head florist as we speak! Their musical success in Faith No More stemmed their careers further into the musical business after their split in 1998- Mike Patton, lead singer, has been involved with the incredible vocals in one of my personal favourite bands, Lovage, as well as stepped in as lead vocalist for the Dillenger Escape Plan for recording of ‘Irony is a Dead Scene’. His versatile singing voice has lead to critics calling him “one of the most talented singers in rock music.”

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Billy Gould, bass player, has also been involved with many projects, including Fear and the Nervous System, which features Korn guitarist as well as the drummer from punk rock group Bad Religion. Michael Bordin, the left handed drummer (who amazingly plays his ride cymbal on the left hand side with a right handed drum kit) has also been Ozzy Osbourne’s drummer, helping him re- record several albums. He also stepped in to substitute Korn’s beautiful David Silveria when he was injured. Faith No More’s songs have lived on, despite their 11 year hiatus. Track “Midlife Crisis” is featured in both ‘Tony Hawk’s Underground’ and ‘Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas’. “From Out of Nowhere” was featured in sporting games ‘Madden NFL 2005′ and ‘NFL 2005′ and ‘Epic’ is featured in the trailer for ‘Street Fighter IV’ as well as being the background song. Tweet 0 Posted in Corporate, Events, Flowers | No Comments » June 8th, 2009 Todich Floral Design LTD has been selected as a finalist for the annual Florist of the Year Awards! And here’s why… Based in a warehouse in Camberwell, we offer designs to our customers for an incredible value for money. Being based in a warehouse means we have incredibly low over-heads. While some companies may pay from £60,000 – £100,000 per year in rent, we pay significantly less. And Todich Floral Design LTD – Finalist of Florist of the Year Award 2009!

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API our savings translate into your savings. Our passion for floristry has allowed us to truly push forwards and become an appreciated part of the florist industry in London. (our gift and flower delivery service) is the company that paved the way for all UK based internet florists today as the first automated same-day flower delivery replicating an offline shop in an online environment. Company founder and florist Todd Todic discovered a massive gap in the market in 2001 and utilized new technology to aid his quest of supplying flowers to London. Promoting solely in our early stages through SEO marketing, we were quickly one of the top search results for a large variety of keywords. The beauty of our service lies in the absolute efficiency of our service. Mr. Todic developed a hi-tech web-solution to resolve the error of human mistakes that can be made with vast paper based orders whilst tackling the emerging issue of carbon reductions. This solution extends into our delivery software which optimizes drivers’ routes for the day. This, alongside keeping our vans serviced to mint condition, allows us to reduce our carbon emissions significantly whilst keeping optimum efficiency. This software also extends to our customer service, where customers can track their orders online and see exactly when the driver delivers their item, and if it was left with a neighbour, which neighbour it was left with. Whilst we were delivering many bouquets and vase arrangements as gifts, Todd realised that this website wasn’t generating enough interest for weddings, events and corporate flowers. This was due to the fact didn’t match the target market of this audience. Mr. Todic then launched Todich Floral Design, a website designed to cater precisely for this audiences needs. Unlike, it does not do same day or next day gifts for the general public, only events; weddings; restaurants; hotels and corporate. This allows us to cater for both markets separately and successfully. We now have an extensive range of corporate clients and provide flowers for weddings and events on a regular basis! We provide a valuable and efficient service to our customers at a fantastic value for money. We target our audience carefully to ensure our channels of communication are comfortable for our separate target markets. We consider the environment fully and utilize technology aptly to aid us in our service. Posted in Events | No Comments »

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