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Find the complete article and many more in this issue of Wedding Flowers Magazine - July / August 2017
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Love is in the air! It’s pretty obvious why summer is such a popular time to tie the knot; clear skies and sunny days (well, sometimes) and of course, an abundance of gorgeous blousy blooms, with the peony making a short appearance throughout the first burst of summer. It’s little wonder we all refer to it as wedding season... This issue is simply popping with ideas and inspiration, from our stylish moodboards on page 10, to our enchanting real life weddings from page 33, all the way to our legendary Flower Lookbook which starts on page 69. We’ve also got the most dreamy Receptions edit on page 57 featuring the prettiest of pretty pink flowers; we think you’ll love it! If you’re feeling crafty this month then you’re in luck – we have a fun and quick project on how to make your own confetti on page 19, as well as step-by-steps on how to whip up buttonholes for your groom and his groomsmen on page 66. However, if you’re running short on time to make your own confetti, flick to page 54 to read how you can receive 20% off confetti from Shropshire Petals! And if that’s not enough, we’ve also got five fabulously florals features for you to read from page 20, offering advice on how to make the most of your budget, ideas for blue blooms and getting married outside, as well as our fave experts answering all the questions you may have flower-wise. See you next issue!

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Wedding Flowers Magazine
Love is in the air! It’s pretty obvious why summer
Embrace citrus tones and pastels for a subtle summer atmosphere
Looking for fresh, seasonal ideas for your wedding day theme? Your inspiration starts right here
Every bride-to-be has to read this!
With more and more couples opting for this fresh hue on their big day, we show you some of our favourite ideas!
We’re here to help you get the most out of your flowers
We put your questions to some of our favourite florists from up and down the country
Soak up the summer sunshine and exchange your vows in style
Nicola Bates, 26, a personal assistant, and Daniel
Alexandra Barker, an events stylist and creative consultant
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Nina Dawson, 29, and Jesse Tawil, 33, both sales managers
Sarah Watkins, a civil servant, and Phil Walker, a
Laura Isaacs, 29, a primary school teacher, and Shaun
We’ve teamed up with the confetti giants for an exclusive offer
Immortalise your bouquet with a beautiful portrait
As the preferred supplier to the V&A, Kensington Palace and Banqueting House, the super-talented Philippa is also Selfridges’ only in-store florist and one of the UK’s top wedding florists. It’s little wonder she’s been hailed as “a floral mastermind”!
1 GRAB A BARGAIN! Must-have furniture, accessories
There’s never been a better time to play with different textures
Have your cake and eat it too with these mouth-watering creations
Make sure your groom looks dapper by making his buttonhole yourself with this easy-to-follow project by florist Florence Kennedy
Our favourite florists showcase a beautiful selection
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
From lemon ice to sunshine brights, add some zing to your reception with vibrant blooms
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
Our essential guide has everything you need to plan your wedding flowers