London florist Todich Floral Design provides its top 5 wedding tips for 2014

London (PRWEB UK) 10 December 2013

This September, London florist Todich Floral Design wowed the crowds and press at the National Wedding Show with a stunning, original floral dress on an antique mannequin. Here, and in advance of the February 2014 show, founder Zlatko “Tod” Todic shares his top five wedding tips for 2014.

Following the success of their floral dress, the team at Todich Floral Design is excited and honoured to be creating a fabulous wedding flowers display for one of the main front entrances at the February show and will also have a stand right at the front of the hall.

Tod says, “We were overwhelmed by the response to our dress in September and can’t wait to get started on next year’s designs. We already have some great ideas in mind and are looking forward to chatting with and inspiring next year’s brides-to-be on our stand. In the meantime, here are our top tips for brides in 2014.”

1.    Don’t feel under pressure to come armed with a brief; Many brides worry they have to come to the florist armed with a whole bunch of ideas, but this really isn’t the case. Of course it’s absolutely fine if you do, but don’t feel bad if you have absolutely no clue about what kind, or style of flowers you want. A good florist should be able to advise you on this based on conversations about your personality, style and taste.

2.    It’s not all about ‘arrangements’; Wedding flowers are much more varied now than they used to be, and you don’t have to stick to traditional style table arrangements and pew ends in floral foam. Single stems of one or more flower types in multiple vases can look equally as impactful when artistically styled and can be great if you’re on a tight budget too. Plus things like candleabras, crates, milk bottles, watering cans, urns and a huge variety of different shaped vases are available too.

3.    Don’t be daunted by ‘DIY’; There is a huge trend towards brides taking a DIY approach now and making everything from seat backs to flowers, but this can seem like a huge and daunting task. However, you don’t need to do absolutely everything in order to incorporate this approach. For flowers, how about simply sourcing your own containers for tables, or accessories for your bouquet? This is an easy way to integrate DIY, plus add lovely personal touches without too much work.

4.    Like the ‘vintage’ theme but feel it’s overdone? Many brides have opted for the vintage style in recent years, but if you feel like birdcages, jam jars, teapots, hemp and string are a bit twee and overdone, how about taking inspiration from one of the biggest films of the last year, the Great Gatsby, instead. Set in an era of extravagant parties, decadent lifestyles and art deco design, this provides the basis for a theme that is more opulent and elegant than rustic and quaint.

5.    Don’t shy away from contrasts and brights; When people think of wedding flowers they mainly think of pastels, or a palette of similar tints, tones and hues, but bright, contrasting colours create a striking impact and are bang on trend. Yellows and oranges give a great contrast to purples and also equally offset bright blues. Reds and greens and hot or pale pinks and pistachio are a fantastic option too, as are violets and lavendars combined with limes, bright and darker greens. Or for those who are really brave the whole colour spectrum can be combined.

Todich Floral Design will be on stand G101 at The National Wedding Show from 21-23 February 2014. To organise an interview with founder and owner Zlatko “Tod” Todic, please contact Sarah Chambers on 020 7737 1166 or email marketing(at)todichfloraldesign(dot)


Todich Floral Design was founded by Todd Z. Todic and consists of a team of talented designers and florists with many years’ experience in the industry. From large luxury hotels and corporate clients, to small bespoke weddings and private events, the team at TFD specialise in using their wealth of knowledge and expertise to transform clients’ floral requests and requirements in to unique, beautiful and innovative designs.

All flowers and plants at TFD are sourced from local suppliers or direct from Covent Garden Flower Market and only those that meet the company’s strict quality standards are used in its designs. TFD also has a strong focus on seasonality and sustainability and is committed to running an eco-friendly business. In 2011 it was named Best Business for Customer Service at the Lambeth Business Awards and continues to build on this with a growing, satisfied base of corporate and private clients alike.

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Candle Krazy Caters to Celebrities On the Go at GBKs 2014 Golden Globes Luxury Gift Lounge With Hand-poured, 100% Soy Travel Tin Candles in Three Delectable Fragrances

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) January 30, 2014

Mom and daughter chandlers Kim Moses and Connee Scott, founders of Candle Krazy (, are enjoying a brief moment of downtime after hand-pouring, packaging and shipping 100 of their Soy Travel Tin Candles for gifting to celebrities at GBK’s Luxury Gift Lounge in Honor of the 2014 Golden Globes Nominees & Presenters. The gift lounge took place January 10-11, 2014 on the Rooftop Terrace of the L’Ermitage Hotel in Beverly Hills, California; the Travel Tin Candles were included in the highly sought after The Artisan Group® swag bag.

For the star-studded, pre-Globes gifting event, Candle Krazy was asked by arts promotion organization The Artisan Group® to contribute 100 individually packaged gifts. After much thought, they decided on their 8oz Travel Tin Candle in three scents: White Tea & Ginger, Sweet Orange & Chili Pepper and Lavender. The hand-poured candles are made with 100% soy wax from Lancaster, Pennsylvania and have cotton wicks.

“For the person who is often on the road but loves the ambiance and mood-enhancing fragrance a candle provides, our 100 Percent Soy, Travel Tin Candles are the perfect solution. They’re healthy, eco-friendly and pack easily, so there is no worry about breakage or mess,” noted Kim.

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Kim and Connee were especially excited about gifting actress Khandi Alexander from ABC’s “Body of Proof”, since the show was filmed close to home in Philadelphia. They were also pleased to receive thank you tweets from several recipients, including Mateus Ward (“Weeds”, “Lonely Boy”, “Hostages”, “Lab Rats”) and Megan Hayes (“The Hunger Games: Catching Fire”).

“This was our first celebrity gifting event with The Artisan Group,” said Kim, “We couldn’t be more pleased with how things have turned out.”

The Travel Tin Candles are available for $ 10.50 at, and at select craft shows and gift shops and boutiques around the country.

All Candle Krazy candles are hand-poured by Kim and Connee. The candles are made with 100 percent soy wax that is sourced out of Lancaster, Pennsylvania and only cotton, hemp or paper wicks are used. A wide array of scents are available to please any taste, including Amber Vanilla, Cactus and Sea Salt, Cashmere, Farmer’s Market, Hippie Christmas and Olive Tree, to name just a few.

Candle Krazy has many loyal customers who appreciate the company’s green approach, including its use of vintage and recycled glass tumblers and jars. “We get inspiration from our surroundings and from the containers we use,” says Kim. “For example, we fill our vintage jars with scents that coincide with the labels. We are always gratified when customers smell a candle and say, “That reminds me of…””

Candle Krazy is also preparing to introduce its “Happy Hour” line of soy candles, which will be poured into recycled wine, alcohol and beer bottles. The line will be available on Etsy in the coming months.

In other news, Candle Krazy will be contributing to The Artisan Group’s 2014 Mother’s Day collaborative swag bag, which will be delivered to some of Hollywood’s most talked about moms in May.

To learn more about Candle Krazy, visit or contact Kim Moses by email. Become a fan on Facebook (Candle-Krazy) and follow the company on Twitter (@CandleKrazy).

For more information about The Artisan Group, visit


Candle Krazy ( is a Chester County, Pennsylvania, family-owned company that handcrafts soy candles. In 2008, mother and daughter team Connee Scott and Kim Moses joined forces with the ambition of making a quality product with undeniable scent. Working with eco-friendly and locally supplied materials, they are best known for their customizable line of hand-poured soy candles and soy cubes. Working out of a home-based studio, they have enjoyed growing their business from the ground up, creating candles that will are both appreciated and collected for their unusual shapes and fabulous fragrances.

Candle Krazy is a proud member of The Artisan Group®.

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Viridian Capital & Research Release Cannabis Industry Update: Legal Cannabis Sector Gets Boost from 2014 Midterm

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New York, NY (PRWEB) November 05, 2014

The legalization of recreational marijuana in Alaska, Oregon and the District of Columbia will propel the cannabis sector in several key ways, from increasing the flow of capital into legal marijuana companies to setting up a 2016 legalization push in California, Viridian Capital & Research believes.

Even the losing vote for medical marijuana in Florida supports the secular growth of this market, Viridian believes, since the measure nearly passed despite mistakes by its backers, who unnecessarily associated the measure with partisan Democratic politics during a Republican landslide election.

Oregon and Alaska now join Colorado and Washington State, which legalized recreational marijuana in 2012. State officials in Oregon and Alaska will move to create the administrative system for marijuana sales, which are expected to begin in both states by 2016. Voters in the District of Columbia passed what has been called “soft legalization,” which allows citizens to possess and grow small amounts of marijuana, but does not create cannabis stores (the DC initiative must also be approved by Congress, where opposition is already brewing.)

The successful legislation in Oregon, Alaska, and the District of Columbia, along with the close result in Florida, will make 2015 a critical year for the cannabis industry. These midterm results will offer law makers in other states the confidence to introduce new initiatives for action in 2015 and placement on 2016 ballots. This trend will be accelerated if the sale of recreational marijuana in Colorado and Washington State appears to be a success, which appears likely.


Viridian expects the following actions resulting from yesterday’s elections:

    More Bills to Legalize Recreation Cannabis: Viridian believes several states will see bills in 2015 to legalize recreational marijuana and that legalization could be on the ballot in 7-13 states –most notably California — during the 2016 elections.

    Emergence of Marijuana as a 2016 Presidential Election Issue: Viridian’s sources suggest that both Republican and Democratic parties may adopt pro legal-cannabis positions and talking points during the 2016 Presidential elections.

    Marijuana Tax Battles, Starting with Oregon and Washington State: Oregon’s imposed tax of $ 35 per ounces, is less than Colorado and more importantly less its neighbor to the north, Washington State. Due to high taxes in Washington, consumers can expect an ounce of cannabis in Seattle to cost over $ 500. Compared to it costing consumers anywhere from $ 145 – $ 200 an ounce when Oregon goes live. As a result, Viridian believes that this could negatively impact the Washington market, since many consumers will just travel across the border to purchase recreational cannabis at a much lower cost.

    Continued Increase in Cannabis Sales, Profits and Tax Revenues: The continued efforts of states beginning to roll out their respective legal cannabis markets will result in additional states having recreational cannabis markets online, an increased number of total licenses in the US being granted to qualified entrepreneurs, and numerous dispensaries opening up in these markets. Viridian believes these factors support its estimate of the cannabis industry growing to over $ 10 billion dollars by 2018.

    Growth of the Capital Markets for Cannabis Companies: Viridian expects continued growth in the number of cannabis companies looking to access the capital markets to raise growth capital and/or execute M&A strategies. As valuations in the public cannabis companies continue to rationalize, we may see increasing interest on the part of investment funds to take equity stakes in cannabis enterprises, versus the straight debt and convertible debt financing that has made up the bulk of financing in public cannabis companies to date.

    Movement in Public Cannabis Market Stock Index: Viridian expects continued volatility in the public markets for the cannabis industry, which have seen lofty valuations, rampant speculation, and increased regulatory oversight. The “whipsaw” nature of these companies’ stock price and volume has created a “Wild West” environment that attracts retail traders, momentum investors and shorts. Volatility was especially pronounced leading up to the 2012 elections, when Colorado and Washington voted to legalize recreational marijuana, as well as the months following. This continued around the launch of Colorado’s recreational cannabis market in January 2014. Following these events, the cannabis sector experienced significant contractions after momentum from the hype and promotion died down and valuations began to rationalize. For more on the cannabis stocks sector see the charts below and the Viridian Cannabis Stock Index report at:

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Oregon passed the “Control, Regulation, and Taxation of Marijuana and Industrial Hemp Act,” which will implement a system similar to that in Washington State, but with lower taxes. The measure allows residents 21 and older to possess up to eight ounces of marijuana — a considerable increase from the single ounce permitted by Colorado and Washington. It grants the Oregon Liquor Control Commission primary oversight and regulatory authority over the sector, with input from the state’s Department of Agriculture and the Oregon Health Authority. Four types of cannabis businesses will be permitted: Cannabis producers, who cultivate marijuana for wholesale; cannabis processors, who produce cannabis extracts and products; cannabis wholesalers, who purchase cannabis and cannabis products to sell to retailers and other non-consumers; and cannabis retailers, who sell cannabis and cannabis products to individuals 21 and older. One of the most important features of the act is its level of state tax on marijuana, assessed by weight. Oregon’s tax of $ 35 per ounces is less than Colorado and more importantly, far lower than its neighbor to the north, Washington State. Due to high taxes in Washington, consumers can expect an ounce of cannabis in Seattle to cost over $ 500. In contrast, in Oregon recreational cannabis will cost anywhere from $ 145 – $ 200 an ounce. Many believe this will hit Washington cannabis companies hard, as users need only jump across the border to get a dramatic discount on their marijuana.


Alaska’s successful Ballot Measure 2 has many similarities to Oregon’s Measure 91. An important difference is that Alaska’s law allows the state legislature to create a new Marijuana Control Board – failing that, Alaska’s Alcohol Beverage Control Board will be tasked with creating regulations and licensing requirements. There will be much work to do, since the state has limited administrative frameworks around its medical marijuana system. For example, the Alaska lacks a regulated wholesale system, but rather relies on “home grows” and caregivers for production and supply of cannabis to the medical market. As a result, Alaska will need to work with experts from other recreational and medical cannabis states to design and implement regulations for the recreational market.

Washington, D.C.

Voters in the District of Columbia passed Initiative 71 Tuesday night. Earlier this year D.C. implemented a marijuana decriminalization bill, which removed all criminal penalties for possession of up to an ounce of cannabis and replaced them with a civil fine of $ 25. Initiative 71 takes decriminalization a step further, allowing adults 21 years and older to possess up to two ounces of marijuana and cultivate up to six plants (with no more than three being mature) in their private residences. Adults could give away up to an ounce of marijuana, but sales would still be criminal. The initiative also removes penalties for use and sale of marijuana paraphernalia. However, Congress has to approve the new law. That risk, plus the lack of a commercial framework in the current measure and the District’s existing medical marijuana system, indicate recreational marijuana sales are not likely to reach DC in the near future.


Florida’s medical marijuana amendment earned a majority of the votes but failed to reach the 60% needed to pass. Many observers attribute the failure to errors by the measure’s key backers, which gave the measure a democratic partisan hue on a Republican day, plus the generally older and more conservative makeup of the midterm electorate.

Supporters pledge to take the fight to the 2015 Florida legislative session and, if that fails, have it back on the ballot in 2016. Given how close the measure came to passing this year, it appears likely medical marijuana is in the future of Floridians.

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Viridian Capital & Research (VCR) @ViridianCap was formed by experienced investment bankers to bring capital markets expertise, institutional research coverage and strategic direction to the emerging Cannabis Sector. VCR is a boutique banking and strategic advisory firm that helps clients improve the value of their enterprises by providing research, investment banking, investor relations and corporate development services. Our banking practice, through affiliate Pickwick Capital Partners, provides capital and M&A services to fund the growth of our clients, while our advisory practice helps position and build their cannabis businesses. VCR research and market intelligence are recognized for their unique value and cited by leading market observers, including Institutional Investor.

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A New Website that Sells Cannabidiol Products was Covered on NewsWatch Television on September 25, 2014

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“” was featured on NewsWatch as part of its monthly HealthWatch, which features the latest health news and health-related products in the medical industry. Mallory Sofastaii, a health and technology expert and reporter for NewsWatch, conducted the website review and shared with viewers how it’s the premiere online location for buying Cannabidiol products.

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CBD rich hemp oil products come in all forms, and they’re becoming more and more consumer friendly as companies produce more packaged consumables. For consumers interested in learning about products that are rich in CBD, visit They’re one of the largest CBD vendors in the United States and they offer products that range from hemp oils to gum to coffee, all completely legal. Two consumer favorites are the Java Joe’s coffee, which is delicious, and their Tasty Hemp Drops.

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ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporations November 2014 Sales Increase 190%

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ForeverGreen Worldwide Corporation (OTCBB: FVRG), a leading direct marketing company and provider of health-centered products, announced today that November 2014 revenue exceeded November 2013 sales by more than 190%.

“Last year the company saw a decline in sales from October to November. We are pleased to report November 2014 revenues stayed consistent with last month, again exceeding $ 5.8 million. The company remains on track to report a new record in quarterly sales and expects to finish the year within the guidelines of the most recent guidance of $ 56-60 million. We have had a tremendous year of growth and expect to see that growth continue during 2015. We expect to issue 2015 guidance shortly, but preliminary projections are indicating revenue growth for next year to exceed 50%. Along with the growth in number of new members and new logistical delivery solutions, as well as new products, we believe ForeverGreen will continue to have a positive impact all over the world,” said Jack Eldridge, CFO.

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