They had created a stunning autumnal floral dress, which took pride of place at the entrance to the show.
Chicken wire was used to create the framework of the dress design and into it, English moss was woven.
It was then decorated with white gypsophila, white phalaenopsis orchids and preserved oak leaves.
As part of the display, they had designed a wedding bouquet using orange and cream roses, to suit the autumn season and complement the dress.
They’d also created a beautiful urn tablecentre, brimming full of roses in a similar colour palette.
Here are some more images for you to see the detail and a 360 degree view of the dress…
Isn’t it wonderful?
If you’d like to see more of Todich Floral Design’s work, please do visit their website.
Next Wednesday, I’ll start to share with you my images of the florists’ stands at Brides the Show, which took place last weekend.
(Images : Rona Wheeldon for Flowerona)