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About Wedding Flowers Magazine

Although we’re still wrapping up against the chill, the promise of spring is finally in the air and here at Wedding Flowers HQ, we couldn’t be happier! The new season is reflected in our glorious Flower Lookbook shoot, where coordinator Charlotte and I were delighted to see the re-emergence of vibrant brights with dreamy pastels and an abundance of foliage (trust me, it is going to be everywhere). Speaking of trends to look out for, we asked a few of our favourite florists to dust off their crystal balls and reveal what they think will be in vogue for 2017 – turn to page 20 to be in the know. From floral chandeliers to oversized bouquets, ensure you’re ahead of the curve with our handy guide. We’ve also put together a calender (page 24) to help you with your wedding planning process. And if you fancy being your very own wedding florist, our feature on page 28 will help you to get started, as well as including a fun step-by-step project! I probably say this every issue, but I really, really love the real life weddings we have this time. From refreshing blue hues to dreamy pinks, pastel purples, deep reds and plenty of chic white blooms, I am always so impressed with the creativity of our brides, and of course, the florists who help to bring their visions to life. This is just one of the reasons why we are launching our first ever Wedding Flowers Florist of the Year awards – so next time you’re going to meet with your floral designer, tell them to head to and to get entering! Hope you enjoy the issue and happy planning,

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This is romance for 2017. Think pinks and golds with a gothic twist, created by blush and moody hues with dramatic floral designs
Looking for fresh, seasonal ideas for your wedding day theme? Your inspiration starts right here
Look no further for the latest news, trends and expert advice to help you choose your big-day blooms
We catch up with the UK’s top florists to discover their wedding flower predictions for this year
Get inspired with our rundown of origins, customs and magical meanings behind your big-day blooms
Venue? Tick! Dress? Tick! Now it’s time to get started on your dream blooms
Decided to tie the knot abroad but unsure about using an unknown florist? Worry not, as we have three alternatives for you!
We bring you 15 pages packed with ideas from the most stylish big-day celebrations
Lynsey Garton, 25, a financial manager, and Barry Parsons, 26, a mechanical engineer, held their humanist ceremony at Eridge Park, before celebrating at High Rocks, The Halt Rooms, both in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
Emma Kong, 25, who works in financial services, and Jordan Rhodes, 26, a professional football player, exchanged vows at St Margaret’s Church, Ipswich, and held their reception at Kesgrave Hall, Suffolk.
Emma Block, 26, an illustrator, and Alex Hunter, 30, a musician, were married at Clissold House and held their reception at The Rose and Crown, both in Stoke Newington, London.
Sibila Georgeff, 27, a clinical nurse, and Andre Comty, 29, an electrician, said ‘I do’ at Hyde Park Highgate, and held their reception at The Flour Factory, both in Perth, Australia.
Sarah Williams, 31, a primary school teacher, and James Campbell, a lettings director, 32, were married at St Mary’s Church in Wimbledon, with a reception at Pembroke Lodge in Richmond Park, Richmond.
You can win your big day blooms from the fabulous Pinstripes & Peonies!
Pamper yourself before the big day in style
Not only did Simon provide the flowers for the wedding reception of Prince Charles and Camilla, he also created the floral masterpieces at the Beckhams’ nuptials – talk about a royal stamp of approval!
Our hand-picked selection of fabulous trends and must-buys
There’s a hint of spring in the air and this time, florals have gone 3D!
Fall in love with these new season must-have’s
Extra-special finishing touches and easy-to-follow ideas for your big-day décor
Make a statement with bold colours and prints
We’ve teamed up with crafting giants Cricut to bring you these fab makes for your big day!
GET INSPIRED Packed with clever ideas to make this
Our favourite florists showcase a beautiful selection of bouquets, tablecentres and blooming details
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
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