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The UK experienced an intense heat wave while we were hard at work on this issue, which felt extremely odd given the fact that we were writing about blooms ideal for the colder months! Now that we are heading straight into my favourite time of year, I was delighted when the fabulously festive nuptials of Joanne and Conor (page 30) caught my eye. We’ve also got four other jaw-dropping weddings for you to glean inspiration from, including a sunny day in Capetown (page 46) and an escape to a fairytale château in France (page 38), all featuring dreamy blooms. 2016 has seen many exciting celebrity engagements and so it was only natural that we contacted a few of our favourite experts to find out their predictions for the upcoming nuptials of Mariah Carey, Pippa Middleton, Miley Cyrus and Miranda Kerr – turn to page 26 to see if you agree! We’re also representing home-grown flowers on page 20 and share fun ways to incorporate blooms into your wedding breakfast on page 22. There is a feast for your eyes from page 67 – we have 52 glossy pages of gorgeous floral creations. We love hearing stories of how brides have found their dream blooms in this very magazine! Finally, we have teamed up with Mrs Florist, where you can win all of your thank you flowers to send to your loved ones, worth £500 (page 52)! You can’t say we don’t spoil you...

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Editor’s Letter
The UK experienced an intense heat wave while we were
Embrace the changing seasons with dark colours and dramatic blooms
Looking for fresh, seasonal ideas for your wedding day theme? Your inspiration starts right here
Deep reds, luxurious purples and romantic pink blooms all create
Trying to think of an original way to send your
Top London-based florist Amie Bone led an amazing team (including
Jesus Peiro has unveiled its latest collection for 2017 –
Set the tone with this luscious statement centrepiece by Lindsey
Instagram is simply bursting with floral inspiration... here’s our pick of the bunch!
Demand has never been higher for home-grown blooms – we speak to Heather Gorringe from The Great British Florist to find out why
Incorporate blooms into every aspect of your big day
If you think your winter nuptial flowers are restricted to just roses, think again!
We asked some of our favourite florists to dust off their crystal balls and reveal their predictions for these A-lister’s nuptials
Joanne Duncan, a pharmacist, and Conor Martin, an engineer, both 24, were married at Fisherwick Presbyterian Church, Belfast, and held their reception at The Carriage Rooms at Montalto Estate, Ballynahinch
Tosin Omilaju, a recruitment coordinator, and Matthew Hunter, an auditor, both 26, held their Christian ceremony and reception at Northbrook Park, Surrey
Charlotte Britton, 28, owner of Alpha Beauty Clinic, and Michael Sandbach, 30, a mechanical engineer, said ‘I do’ at Château de Varennes, Burgundy, France
Rebecca Wilson, 28, an art teacher, and Jon Berry, a dentist, 32, tied the knot at East Riddlesden Hall in Keighley, West Yorkshire
Bianca Vos, 32, a freelance editor, and Brandon Lynch, 34, owner of a building company, were married in Bianca’s family home in Constantia, Cape Town
Make a statement with dark colours and gorgeously heavy embellishments
Incorporating gilded fruits and vegetables with rich-coloured blooms will create
Wow your guests with these floral hand-made creations
Crisp and clean white blooms will create a luxurious and glamorous feel
Incorporate subtle coral hues and blush shades for a classic, yet contemporary look
Whether you go for fabulous fuchsia or pretty pastels, pink is a beautiful and romantic choice
Make a statement with traditional, yet bold red – perfect for adding a little bit of drama
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
seasonal guide to wedding flowers
Karen Tyas established Calla & Co in 2002, and has since become one of the foremost florists in East Sussex