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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 Home CORPORATE FLOWERS WEDDING FLOWERS EVENT FLOWERS Gallery Blog Contact Follow us on CALL US FOR A FREE CONSULTATION 020 7737 1166 June 10th, 2010 Everyone that visited the summer Wedding Inspiration​ event at the new Covent Garden Market yesterday must still have their eyes full of the colourful extravaganza that it was. This event, dedicated to brides to be and public in general had the participation of the best wedding flowers designers in the capital who presented their displays with the freshest flowers sourced from the market. Todich Floral Design had the privilege to participate in the event and for that presented a giant urn with hydrangea and delphinium, a bride or bridemaid’s bouquet and an arrangement that could be Summer Wedding Inspiration Search Pages » About Categories Select Category Archives Home Page 8

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pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Tweet 0 Posted in Todich Floral Design News | No Comments » June 2nd, 2010 Silver and Gold Well-Deserved at the Chelsea Flower Show

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API So the Chelsea Flower show has passed, and who went home a winner? Well, the results are quite surprising, there was quite a contrast between silver and gold. The difference was in size; first place was taken by a tiny garden that had more greenery than flowers, while second place went to a large and colourful garden. Both gardens had one thing in common, their message. The first garden was designed with the help of indigenous women from Cameroon. Marking the first occasion that indigenous women have come to the show to help design a display. The display was called the Green & Blacks Rainforest Garden, and it is a bit small and very overgrown. The centrepiece of this garden was a mongolulu (leaf house). But this little garden carried a large and important message; it was an attempt to make people aware of the destruction of rainforests. The Indigenous people of Cameroon live and feed off of the rainforest, which has been deteriorating due to logging and mining. Along with the beautiful tropical plants, a mining helmet, gun and chainsaw were displayed, as reminder that their way of life is being destroyed. An entire community designed the second display, which is the largest to date at Chelsea. The Eden Project Places of Change took up the area of three regular gardens. Prisoners and the homeless worked together to create this display (they were featured in a previous blog). And it is wonderful to see that they have done so well! The rough aspects of the display are meant to symbolize the difficult journey of life, while the doors scattered across the garden represent hope and the future.

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Decoration and design can seem like a daunting task. But sometimes inspiration can be right in front of your nose! For these award-winning gardeners, all it took was an issue close to their hearts. If you are preparing for an important event in the near future, try to make the theme of the event something that you truly care about. Todich Floral Design can help you realize your ideas, with a team of experts to help. Tweet 0 Posted in Floral Art, Flowers, Gardening | No Comments » May 19th, 2010 One of the biggest gardens at the Chelsea Flower Show this year, will put together by quit an unusual group of horticulturists. The Eden Project will be bringing homeless people and prisoners together to create a display. From the Streets and Prison to the Chelsea Flower Show

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The flowers will be contributed by the prisoners from the Growing for Life project at the Occombe farm in Devon. One of the homeless men involved in the project, says that he enjoys having an empty canvas of dirt to work with. He finds a certain magic in creating a burst of colour out of almost nothing. This is the second year that the Eden Project has been involved in the show, with last year’s garden winning the silver medal. This year’s plot will be twice the size of those normally featured, and will display nearly 10, 000 plants. Nearly 400 homeless people and 100 prisoners are involved in the project. The most unique aspect of this display will be the 10ft-high man, who will have medicinal plants covering his body. Different plants will be located, on the parts of the body they are used to treat. Wild flowers and totem pole sculpture are also to be included in the display. The unique aspects of this display are meant to show how important plants and flowers are in our lives. Gardening and working with plants can have a very important therapeutic effect on those who work with them, especially for those experiencing difficulties in their lives. The simple of gesture of giving flowers can mean a lot more than we might imagine, they can heal both from the inside and the outside. They are not just a treat for the eyes, but a reminder that we care for others and care for nature. , has a number of beautiful bouquets you can send to your loved ones. The Carousel, Mellow Yellow Roses, and the Shooting Star are just some of the beautiful featured bouquets we have to offer. Tweet 0 Posted in Gardening | No Comments » May 17th, 2010 Lilies; from Dresses to Bouquets

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The lily truly holds a beauty of its own, so much so, that it has inspired wedding decorations and dress design alike. The best example is the famous dress worn by Sarah Jessica Parker in the Sex and the City film. Designed by Vivienne Westwood, the Lily dress is one that is not only beautiful to behold, but is flattering to the wearer as well. The corset of the dress is structured and and the sweetheart bust has been exaggerated, creating an overall slimming effect for the wearer. The original dress is quite expensive, but less costly versions have been made, in wedding dress form and others. Even if your wedding dress is not going to be exactly like this creation, the elegant beauty of the lily can serve as inspiration for your bouquet or other aspects of a wedding or a special gift you are planning to surprise a special someone with. has a wide variety of calla lilies to choose from and they can fit just

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API about any occasion. You can go with something simple and modern like the Sphere arrangement, with calla lilies creatively arranged in a beautiful vase. A more extravagant choice might be White Calla Lilies, this is an especially stunning arrangement. It is sure to show your feelings of affection toward that special someone. It is luxuriously wrapped, with a bow added as a finishing touch. Another great choice is the Phoenix, which is an arrangement with charm. A beautiful mixture of colours has been put together to bring a smile to the recipient’s face. Bring some sunshine into your loved one’s life with the joyful Sunlight arrangement, this simple yet beautiful arrangement is sure to brighten up their day. Tweet 0 0 Posted in Weddings | No Comments » May 4th, 2010 Diamonds and Flowers at the Chelsea Flower Show

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API The Chelsea Flower Show is just around the corner and anticipation is high for the beautiful flower displays that are being designed at this moment. When it comes to the most expensive David Domoney is going to be showing a display that is worth a mere £10m. The display is to be called The Ace of Diamonds, and the display is to be littered with precious stones from some of the top jewellers on Bond Street. “I always endeavour to introduce something a little bit more entertaining and this is something really special. It’s high-end and extreme but with a strong horticultural message. This garden will be worth more than the rest of the show put together – worth more than this year and last year combined even,” stated Domoney. Of course security will be high, something like what we would see for a royal visit! The diamonds will be delivered to the show by helicopter. What a spectacle! The biggest garden ever to be shown was the Eden Project, but the value of the garden is at the highest ever seen by the show. When it comes to smaller events like weddings, corporate or cultural, Todich Floral Design can help you out with your design ideas. We are prepared for just about any innovative floral design and we can make just about any idea to life. Of course, a scattering of diamonds might be a little over the top! But that is definitely something worth checking out at this years show! Tweet 0 Posted in Flowers, Gardening, General | No Comments » April 21st, 2010 Its a Nice Day for a Green Wedding

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Wedding Flowers Though weddings are important events, they can lead to a lot of waste, which is less than ideal for the current environmental issues our planet is facing. But there are a lot of little things you can do make your wedding a bit greener. It is important to go local, on as many aspects of the wedding as possible. Buying from vendors in the area means both you and they will waste fewer gallons of fuel and money will go back to local businesses. Picking out flowers that are in season, will ensure freshness and costs. Todich Floral Design has a list of seasonal wedding flowers, and their availability. So you can plan your wedding accordingly. Use planted centerpieces, either flowering or green. One little known secret is that, along with being beautiful and lasting, they will act as great air fresheners! Going green in terms of wedding gear is also an option. Usually, the clothing worn by guests is specifically acquired for the occasion and is only worn once. Instead of asking for formal wear, ask for your guests to wear a specific colour. This way there is a chance that they already have that in their wardrobe. Try to have more than one ‘something old,’ wedding dresses use up a lot of fabric that is treated with petroleum products and bleached, which can be really taxing on the environment. There are a lot of vintage and thrift stores that have beautiful and original gems to offer. Even if you only manage to find some gently used gloves or shoes, you have already taken some steps forward. It is true that diamonds are a part of the wedding tradition, but this stone is has negative impacts both socially and environmentally. There are a lot of other precious stones that are just

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API as beautiful, moonstone, pearl or sea glass can be just as beautiful in a ring. Tweet 0 Posted in Todich Floral Design News, Weddings | No Comments » April 15th, 2010 Spring has finally sprung, and this is a great time of year to whip out the tulips as a gift idea! This simple, yet compatible and beautiful flower has gone a long way. It started its trip in Asia Minor, made its way to Dutch florists and is now makes our gardens and homes colourful. In the past, it was not all that easy to get your hands on a bouquet of tulips, they were actually seen as quite a commodity! When they were first brought to Holland, a sort of tulip mania spread across the country. They became the subject of art and were seen as treasured possessions in many homes. Though they are not as highly valued today, the Dutch are still crazy about the flower. The appreciation for this bloom is best demonstrated by the hundreds of visitors, who visit the gardens of the Keukenhoff each spring to admire the multi-coloured fields of tulips. In addition, an exhibit called the, “Tulips in Amsterdam is held at the Rijksmuseum, where works of art are displayed dedicated only to this flower. Though the tulip is not as extravagant as the orchid, this kind of obsession, in my opinion, really shows how special this flower truly is. It is obvious that people still know the value of simplicity. The exhibit itself will hold paintings and drawings of the flower. The central exhibit to this show is a book of depictions of the tulip, which are so highly valued that usually only single pages of the book are sold. Though the etchings and watercolours on display are just as highly valued. Today it is hard to imagine, that in the 16th and 17th centuries, fortunes were made and broken by the tulip. When the craze for this flower ended, many were left with their pockets empty and their hands full of bulbs. This goes to show that we should really appreciate our tulips today, as Going Dutch, with Flowers

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API we can get our hands on them without a hitch! When I think of tulips, simplicity is the first thing to come to mind. , has a bouquet on offer, Elegance, that really brings out the stylish aspect of tulips. They are arranged in a sleek vase that will look great in any setting! The Shanghai, is also a great arrangement of tulips, bringing out the vibrant colours of tulip out, with contrasting green foliage, in a more exotic arrangement. If you are looking to surprise a special someone with a big bouquet, the Flora, is a great bouquet to consider. The brightness of this bouquet is sure way to convey your appreciation. Dutch Multi Colored Tulip Fields

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API Tweet 0 Posted in Ecological | No Comments » March 9th, 2010 Most of us can recognize the scent of a rose or a dandelion from afar. Science might have a hand in changing this fact. Shakespeare’s famous quote, That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet,â€​ may not ring true for all time. Researchers at the University of Florida, have found a way to chance the scent of a flower. The genes that control the chemicals that make up the scent of a flower have been isolated. This means that the different compounds of a flowers scent can be increased or decreased, making it possible to create different fragrances. Flower breeders have mainly worked on changing the appearance of flowers, changing their size, colour and the length of the blooming period. Scent has not been addressed this closely. Due to this breeding of larger, enduring and colourful flowers, it appears that unintentionally flowers with a weaker scent have been selected, and many flowers are losing the strength of their scent. In the future it might be possible to choose flowers not only according to appearance, but in terms of scent as well. We might soon be bringing vanilla scented flowers! Or an entire wedding could be designed not only according to one colour scheme but its scent as well. If you are planning an event this is something you do not have to worry about, and Todich Floral Design, will make design and decoration all that much more simple. Another interesting the research team made was that, flowers like petunias release their scent A New Frontier for Flower Design

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API from their petals. The scent is only released once the petals have opened. Studies are set to continue, in an effort to set the scents of flowers, without affecting the appearance of the flower. Tweet 0 Posted in Ecological, Events | No Comments » March 9th, 2010 Not sure about the types of work we do? Want to see us in action but haven’t been able to? Well now you can. After several months of development, we are pleased to announce the launch of our online video gallery! The video facility aims to give you a chance to see live footage of the events we have done and get to know us and our style a little better. You will also be able to view videos of our flower arranging sessions, filmed in a way you can easily follow, for free, at home. Introducing Our All New Video Gallery

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API We will be updating our gallery weekly, with new videos, tips, hints and event work we have done. Make sure you stay updated for some of the hottest floristry videos in London! Tweet 0 Posted in Flowers, General, Todich Floral Design News | No Comments » March 9th, 2010 Recently, the streets of Ho Chi Minh City, were given a bit more colour as they were decked with flowers. Millions of visitors showed up to admire the floral show. This is the biggest floral show hosted in the city, and Nguyen Hue Boulevard is transformed into Flower Street for a week, gaining the admiration of many. The inspiration for this year’s show was to capture the glow of sunset in the spring. This was meant to be a symbol of good wishes and luck in the new year. It was also a positive step into the Year of the Tiger, and precursor for the city developments to come. Tigers made from various flower types decorated the city streets. Another important event is to take place this year, the nation’s capital, Thang Long Ha Noi, is to celebrate its 1000th anniversary. The Lunar New Year, falls on the same day as Valentine’s Day, so there were enormous hearts Chrysanthemum Tigers

pdfcrowd.comopen in browser PRO version Are you a developer? Try out the HTML to PDF API made of flowers, to celebrate this occasion. As the weather in this city is quite a few degrees warmer than what we are experiencing in the Western hemisphere, flowers had to be replaced frequently. Nearly 100 florists were taking care of the flowers at any given time. Flower Street is a great delight for both foreigners and locals, as is any event filled with blooms, flowers always manage to leave a great impression on their beholders, as well as provide an upbeat atmosphere. Though you may not have plans for giant chrysanthemum tigers to decorate your upcoming event, Todich Floral Design, can help you make your event leave a similar impression on your guests. Tweet 0 Posted in Events, Floral Art, Flowers | No Comments » « Previous Entries Next Entries » Site Map | Terms and Conditions Copyright©2013. Todich Floral Design. All rights reserved.

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