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Find the complete article and many more in this issue of Wedding Flowers Magazine - January/February17
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The new year represents a fresh start and for many of you it will be the year of The Wedding! And we're hoping this jam-packed issue will help you along the way to wedding planning euphoria. A lot of exciting trends are starting to emerge now; you may have noticed succulents popping up everywhere, or that terrariums are the new jam jars, but we've got one more to add to your list the hydrangea. Adored by brides and florists alike, turn to page 20 to see why we love this blouse-y bloom. With Valentine's weddings fast approaching, we've got everything you need to know about roses on page 26, and if you don't know where to begin when it comes to your bouquet, there's a handy guide on page 24! As usual, we have searched high and low for real life weddings featuring the most gorgeous flowers starting from page 31, we go from Australia to Surrey, to East Midlands, over to Italy and then back to the UK with Glasgow a truly international issue! Plus, if you're looking for reception d'cor ideas, you've come to the right place the new tropical, rich purples, and a modern spin on the bohemian trend are just a few of the concepts we have covered here. Of course, I can't not mention our fabulous Flower Lookbook section from page 69 the florists we feature never fail to amaze me with their creativity, talent and genuine passion for what they do. Speaking of talented florists, I am so excited to announce that we are launching the first ever Wedding Flowers magazine Florist of the Year awards turn to page 52 for more! Happy planning.

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Lucy Walford, 31, a solicitor, and Jack White, 33, an operations manager, had their civil ceremony at Oakham Castle and held their reception at The Fox and Hounds, both in Rutland.
Francesca Vitale, 29, and Marco Polistena, 32, who are setting up a business in Firenze together, said ‘I do’ at Chiesa di San Giovanni Battista, in Ortigia, followed by a reception at Commenda di San Calogero in Catania, Italy
Our essential guide has everything you need to plan
Renowned for his dramatic floral installations and eye for colours and details, Simon Nickell is one of the most revered and watched florists in the UK, setting and predicting trends
Forget neon flamingoes and kitsch colours – tropical just got cool
Looking for fresh, seasonal ideas for your wedding day theme? Your inspiration starts right here
The brighter the better
Whimsical blooms and burgundy accents lend themselves to a lavish and romantic theme
The Queen of wedding cakes, Rosalind Miller, has released
Back in 1998, florist Paula Pryke had a dream of opening
uxury brand, Roses Only, has launched in the UK! With
As much as we love the rich reds and purples of winter
You can always rely on Shropshire Petals for all of
Instagram is simply bursting with floral inspiration… here’s our pick of the bunch!
We’re calling it… this is the flower for 2017
Top florists up and down the country are joining forces to create the ultimate wedding flowers – but how does this benefit the brides? We caught up with Amie Bone to get the low-down…
Lauren Staddon and Joseph Nahal-Macdonald tied the knot at Botleys Mansion, Surrey, on August 6th 2016, shown here
We’ve tracked down the best ideas for your bouquet so you don’t have to!
With the demand for the national flower of England showing no signs of slowing down, we’ve put together your go-to guide!
Choose beautiful blooms that are as environmentally-friendly as they are elegant, with our guide to eco-chic floral arrangements for your wedding day
Tygar Taylor, 27, a student support worker, and Luke DeVere, 26, a professional football player, were married at Sirromet Winery in Queensland, Australia.
Samantha King, 32, a full-time mum, and Simon Hamilton, 34, an IT Sales Executive, held both their ceremony and reception at Gate Street Barn in Bramley, Guildford.
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Dress your maids in style thanks to Rewritten!
Royal hues and romantic, decadent blooms create a wintry fairytale day
Fall in love with these new season must-have’s
The beauty of the natural world merges with an urban setting for a romantic day with an edge
Fancy making your own hand-tied bouquet? These step-by-steps from Jane Packer’s Flower Course will lead you to floral heaven
Crisp and clean white blooms will create a luxurious and glamorous feel
Add a touch of blush or subtle coral hues for an on-trend look to suit all palettes
From sugary pastels to full-on fuchsia, pink works beautifully as a classic or contemporary choice
Make a statement with traditional, yet bold red – perfect for adding a little bit of drama
Incorporate your ‘something blue’ into your blooms for a modern, fresh look
Go for different shades from the same palette or a multicoloured creation for a real impact