Todich Floral Design predicts top trends for 2014 event flowers & design

Todich Floral Design, an event florist in London and top provider of event flowers in the UK, reveals some popular design trends for 2014 that it predicts will be seen in event flowers and décor. Based on key influences in the world of fashion and interior design, the events florist outlines five different themes that it believes wedding flowers and event design for 2014 will take their cues from.

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London (PRWEB UK) 22 March 2014

Todich Floral Design, an event florist in London and top provider of event flowers in the UK, reveals some popular design trends for 2014 that it predicts will be seen in event flowers and décor. Based on key influences in the world of fashion and interior design, the events florist outlines five different themes that it believes wedding flowers and event design for 2014 will take their cues from.

As a specialist provider of both corporate event flowers in the UK and private event flowers, London-based Todich Floral Design prides itself on being at the forefront of current design trends and is excited about some of the fresh themes revealing themselves for 2014, which can be adapted for both traditional or modern event flowers. These include:

“Outdoors-In”
Bringing the outdoors in was just one of the themes that featured at November’s Grand Designs Live show and reflects a growing desire among people to reconnect with nature. In interior as well as floral design, this will mean the incorporation of materials such as twigs, bark, logs/tree stumps, moss, heather and climbers in to room decorations and floral arrangements.

“Mixed Metallics”
Rose gold is big news for weddings in 2014, providing a warmer alternative to silver and a more subtle one to gold. But reflecting an overall trend towards less ‘constructed’ and more eclectic design styles, metallics will be mixed up together too, to create a relaxed-luxe look. Glamour will be added in a carefree way by mixing up ornamental pieces and containers in shiny and matt silvers, golds and also brass, which has seen something of a comeback over the last year.

“Eclectic Accents”
Echoing the ongoing popularity of all things ‘vintage’, the eclectic accents theme will see designers and individuals seeking to bring uniqueness to their creations and events through the incorporation of one-of-a-kind pieces that are difficult to find, or personal items with sentimental meaning or history. This reflects an increasing desire to move away from the crowd or follow the herd, and to make a statement of strong personal identity and individuality.

“Wild Flowers”
Big flower prints have been featuring heavily in both interior design and on the catwalks this year, and floral designs and event décor, reflecting this, will be bold and wild in style, also mirroring the movement towards more natural arrangements featuring seasonal British flowers and plants. For event flowers in London and London brides, this trend has been particularly apparent, observes event florist Todich Floral Design.

“True Blue”
Blue has been absolutely everywhere this year; on the streets, on the backs of celebrities, on the runways, in editorials and throughout the various verticals of interior design. From bedrooms, to boardrooms and bridal bouquets, this cool, calming colour which also symbolises authority, power, royalty and wealth, will reign supreme in 2014. Whether it’s in rich, saturated navy or indigo, bright vibrant peacock, royal or electric blue, this hue will be seen in homes and weddings across the world.

ENDS

About Todich Floral Design

Todich Floral Design is an award winning wedding flowers and event flowers company based in south London. It designs beautiful, bespoke displays for private and corporate event flowers and also provides Christmas themed wedding event flowers, a Christmas decoration service, cultural event flowers and corporate flowers for weekly office contracts, hotels, restaurants and bars.


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