Todich Floral Design Unveils, Flower Forecast for Spring Weddings 2015

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Flower boutique predicts popular blooms likely to make an appearance at weddings this spring.

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This season our in-house flower designers add a modern twist on the traditional, for 2015 spring wedding flower arrangements, by pairing soft pastels, with vivid shades, to create a colourfulequilibrium.

London florist, Todich Floral Design, unveils its Flower Forecast for wedding flower trends 2015, covering bridal fashion and bridal flower arrangements for spring weddings. Predictions include a gradual move away from the vintage; pastel shades and artisan flair of previous years, to regale, bolder floral arrangements; a combination of vivid and soft tones, blended beautifully to form striking contrasts. Reminiscent of English country gardens, it’s perfect for home decor and spring wedding flower arrangements. Bridal florist, Todich Floral Design, shares an array of spring wedding flower ideas, for floral inspiration.

Wedding florist Todich Floral Design recognise it’s Runway colours, which shape, colour preferences for the rest of the year. These colour trends are highly influential in constructing, colour palettes, seen in floral fashion and interiors; (particularly, wedding flowers such as bridal bouquets and indoor flowers), both of which take cues from the runway.

Big on fashion colours, Todich have soaked up top runway colours trends, seen in increasing wedding flowers requests for spring wedding flower trends and private and corporate clients, looking for bolder styles; with spectacular centrepieces, which overrides the norm.

2015 Floral Color Palette, the global colour authority, shows a renewed focus on pastel shades. Based on this the London florist suggests, spring wedding flowers will include, regale flowers with subtle tones, blended with, vibrant flowers and foliage.

Todich Floral Design predict, there’ll be a general preference in wedding flowers for; subtle pinks, vivid violets, classic whites and forest green hues; colours that will continue to take pride of place in spring wedding flower arrangements; centrepieces and bridal bouquets, this spring.

Summer is a much loved season eagerly anticipated by most. It’s a promise of bright blooms which explode with colour; fiery reds, bright yellows, vibrant violets and vivid blues. Summer is by far the most popular time of year to get married in the UK. Summer flowers are adored, yet it’s the vibrant, rich shades seen in spring flowers, that provides clues, for what’s to come. Spring flower displays a spectrum of wedding flowers and colour palettes, which brides to-be, can choose from.

Wedding flowers are a large part of setting the mood and look of a wedding, much more than wedding bouquets. Flowers are integral in creating magnificent floral centre pieces, from canapés, exquisite hanging floral pomanders, vintage floral hair accessories, exotic flower broaches, to glorious wedding cakes adorned with flowers.

Following London Fashion Week ‘s kaleidoscope of vibrant designs; which featured contrasting colours, bold floral prints, subtle blooms and vivid geometric structures, London Florist suggests, an ongoing trend towards regale; bolder floral arrangements; a beautiful blend of vivid and soft contrasting tones, striking flower centrepieces.

Whether it’s a preference for enchanting traditional styles or the modern and fabulously quirky, want to be pretty in pink or bold in blue, Todich Floral Design’s array of wedding flowers, colours and styles, can be incorporated beautifully for its clients’ special day. A winning London bridal florist, Todich Floral Design now shares, spectacular on-trend wedding flower arrangements, likely to cause a stir this spring.

Majestic violets with gold lustres: Roses, Orchids, Carnations

Regale and perfectly romantic, bridal flower enthusiasts reaching for a majestic theme, should look for flowers with rich shades of violet and purple, for a sense of mystic and enchantment. A spectrum of vibrant flowers; roses, orchids, hydrogen’s and carnations in deep plums, bright purples, vivid violets, dark coral and lavenders, when matched with glistening gold orchids, capture Romanism beautifully.

Lustrous creams, traditional whites and ocean blues: Calla Lilies, Roses, Peonies, Hydrangeas

The regale and sophisticated bride that wants to recreate live in luxury, should opt for a flower with refined, subtle tones, lead by shades of blue and white. It includes pale blues, glossy whites, subtle greys and sumptuous creams. Todich Floral Design suggests a selection of wedding flowers; white calla lilies, roses, orchids and peonies, paired with blue hydrangea, for an eloquent, formal and luxurious affair.

Lustrous creams, traditional whites and ocean blues: Calla Lilies, Roses, Peonies, Hydrangeas

The regale and sophisticated bride that wants to recreate live in luxury, should opt for a flower with refined, subtle tones, lead by shades of blue and white. It includes pale blues, glossy whites, subtle greys and sumptuous creams. Todich Floral Design suggests a selection of wedding flowers; white calla lilies, roses, orchids and peonies, paired with blue hydrangea, for an eloquent, formal and luxurious affair.

Contemporary Vintage Garden: Roses, Clematis, Foliage

Brides to be, who delight in the traditional palette of soft tones; peach, blush, soft plums and creams with forest green and prairie shoots, will be seduced by the rugged, unstructured and artistic feel of the modern garden. A blend of modern and vintage, and incorporate flowers which include, clematis, roses and lambs eye, foliage, it’s the perfect balance, for a rustic, romantic ceremony.

Colour Celebration: Roses, Daisies, Ranunculus, Dahlias

The expressive, free spirited bride will be drawn to the colour celebration theme, a riot of colours, bright shades and bold contrasts. This theme offers a spectrum of colours, blazing red, bright orange and yellows too, vivid violets, coral reds, shocking pinks and turquoise. Flowers to use include luscious blooms of roses, Gerbera daisies, dahlias and vibrant ranunculus.

A spokesman for Todich Floral Design said:
‘This season our in-house flower designers add a modern twist on the traditional, for 2015 spring wedding flower arrangements, by pairing soft pastels, with vivid shades, to create a colourful equilibrium. An array of vibrant seasonal flowers is used to refresh, revive and push the boundaries of contemporary thinking.'

Todich Floral Design Ltd: is a florist based in London, GB. Founded over 17 years ago, by Zlatko ’’Todd’’, this London florist is made up of a team of specialists, flower designers and talented florists, with knowledge and years of expertise. Experts in creating spectacular flower arrangements for events, corporate offices, bars, hotels and wedding flower displays, its free consultation, provides invaluable advice on designs and style for each event, with creations tailored to its customers floral needs. Todich Floral Design customers receive personalised floral arrangements, free delivery and installations. The customers, can email in at events(at)todichfloraldesign(dot)co(dot)uk or contact 0207 737 1116 to discuss their floral requirements. All flowers are sourced from local suppliers, which comply with the company’s strict quality standards. An Eco friendly business,

Todich Floral Design has distributed hundreds of flowers across the UK, creating floral designs for, Café Royal, Mandarin Oriental Hotel and the National Gallery among others. Todich Floral Design received, Best Business for Customer Service of the year in 2011 by the Lambeth Business Awards.

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