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There are quite a few steps to these paper flowers, but they are well worth the time and once you have made a couple of them the process becomes faster. To make smaller versions just omit the inside yellow pieces and use fewer sheets, cut smaller, for the outer petals.

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This is your five minute warning: we’re going full steam ahead into peak wedding season, meaning it’s time to finalise those last details and to dot the i’s and cross the t’s for your flowers and décor. But worry not, as this issue is simply bursting with new ideas! We have a mini bouquet special this issue – if you’re newly engaged, take our quiz on page 22 to find out which one will go best with your wedding, before working out how your dress and bouquet should complement one another on page 24. Trend wise, we’ve got the low-down on the hottest idea for 2017, greenery, on page 20 – trust us, you need to check it out. We also can’t ignore the fact that we’re coming into peony season (yay!), so we’ve dedicated two pages to these dreamy blooms to give you plenty of inspiration on how to incorporate the beautiful flower into your big day on page 26. Lastly, head to page 28 for our round-up on some of the best floral hen parties up and down the country... the only problem will be choosing which one to go to! I couldn’t help but notice something interesting when curating our gorgeous real life weddings – blue hues were popping up everywhere. Whether it was incorporated into the flowers or the bridesmaids were wearing it, it seems the ‘something blue’ tradition has been taken very literally. With this in mind, we have focused on this fresh, chic tone on pages 8 and 60, so you can also add the colour of 2017 into your nuptials. Lastly, head to floral nirvana from page 69, where we’ve teamed up with some of the best florists the UK has to offer – their creativity never fails to amaze me and I’m so pleased that we get to showcase all of their hard work in our glossy pages. Before I go – head to page 52 for your chance to win £600 worth of beautiful wedding flowers from the fabulous Hayford & Rhodes – you can thank us later! Happy planning,

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FLOWER STYLE
Draw inspiration from the French Riviera for a fresh take on a glamorous day
Looking for fresh, seasonal ideas for your wedding day theme? Your inspiration starts right here
FLOWER NOTEBOOK
Look no further for the latest news, trends and expert
Our pick of the latest trends and ideas
Let us show you how to incorporate 2017’s hottest trend into your big day
Take our fun quiz to help you decide on your dream floral arrangement!
Get your florals and fashion right!
With peak peony season upon us, we’ve found the best ideas (and fun facts!) for these gorgeous blooms
DITCH THE L PLATES – HEN WEEKENDS JUST GOT FLORAL!
REAL WEDDINGS
We bring you 15 pages packed with ideas from the most
Lauren Jackson, 27, a media account director, and James
April Robinson, 28, who works in PR, and Sebastian
Celia Powell and Tom Speller, both 28 and both lawyers
Fall even further down the floral rabbit hole by heading
Sarah Hind, a student at Durham University, and Zack
Hazel Mitchell, a vet, and Charles Robinson, a forestry
EXTRAS
Let the experts at Hayford & Rhodes design your dream wedding blooms
Flowers that will last a year? We’re sold!
Largely self-taught, award-winning Jay has worked on more than 420 weddings and recently became a member of the Chapel Designers, a collective that brings together the highest calibre of floral design talent from around the world
RECEPTIONS
Extra-special finishing touches and easy-to-follow
The greenery trend just got elegant
Something new and something blue
Add a little floral flair to your groom’s suit with these small but stylish accessories in a pastel palette
FLOWER LOOKBOOK
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 for your big day
From lemon ice to sunshine brights, add some zing to your reception with vibrant and cheery-coloured blooms
Different hues of purple offer a modern and luxurious option for your big-day blooms
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
YOUR WEDDING FLOWERS & ACCESSORIES SEASONAL GUIDE