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Wedding Flowers Magazine January-February 2013 Back Issue

English 4 Reviews   •  English   •   Women's Interest (Weddings & Brides)
2012 has been a particularly bountiful year for fashionable florals and there's so much in this issue to inspire and inform. If you're looking for ideas for a cool, minimalist celebration get busy with a spray can and work sleek silver and gold into rich purples as per our Precious Metals shoot on page 26. Or, if you're picturing a winter-white wonderland but don't know which flowers are right for your occasion, see page 74 for all you need to know about what's in season and consult our planner on page 147. Finally, if you're marrying in the city, read blogger Charlotte O'Shea's column on planning flowers for an urban do on page 66. Even if you don't go all-out for fresh flowers, there are so many ways to bring florals into your big-day look. From Prada to Primark, dark and sultry blooms are the go-to print of the season and we love how Emma Stone and Kristen Stewart rocked the red carpet in them. On page 138, fashion stylist Claire Ridley picks her favourite winter catwalk-inspired details. Congratulations to everyone newly engaged over the festive season, and happy new year!
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Wedding Flowers Magazine

January-February 2013 2012 has been a particularly bountiful year for fashionable florals and there's so much in this issue to inspire and inform. If you're looking for ideas for a cool, minimalist celebration get busy with a spray can and work sleek silver and gold into rich purples as per our Precious Metals shoot on page 26. Or, if you're picturing a winter-white wonderland but don't know which flowers are right for your occasion, see page 74 for all you need to know about what's in season and consult our planner on page 147. Finally, if you're marrying in the city, read blogger Charlotte O'Shea's column on planning flowers for an urban do on page 66. Even if you don't go all-out for fresh flowers, there are so many ways to bring florals into your big-day look. From Prada to Primark, dark and sultry blooms are the go-to print of the season and we love how Emma Stone and Kristen Stewart rocked the red carpet in them. On page 138, fashion stylist Claire Ridley picks her favourite winter catwalk-inspired details. Congratulations to everyone newly engaged over the festive season, and happy new year!


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2012 has been a particularly bountiful year for fashionable florals and there's so much in this issue to inspire and inform. If you're looking for ideas for a cool, minimalist celebration get busy with a spray can and work sleek silver and gold into rich purples as per our Precious Metals shoot on page 26. Or, if you're picturing a winter-white wonderland but don't know which flowers are right for your occasion, see page 74 for all you need to know about what's in season and consult our planner on page 147. Finally, if you're marrying in the city, read blogger Charlotte O'Shea's column on planning flowers for an urban do on page 66. Even if you don't go all-out for fresh flowers, there are so many ways to bring florals into your big-day look. From Prada to Primark, dark and sultry blooms are the go-to print of the season and we love how Emma Stone and Kristen Stewart rocked the red carpet in them. On page 138, fashion stylist Claire Ridley picks her favourite winter catwalk-inspired details. Congratulations to everyone newly engaged over the festive season, and happy new year!
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Wedding Flowers is the UK's only consumer magazine devoted to big day blooms. Every issue is brimming with beautiful ideas alongside practical and expert advice, making it the ultimate sourcebook for both brides-to-be and the nation's florists.
The latest flower trends are interpreted to create show-stopping bridal bouquets, chic tablecentres, floral-embellished cakes and delicate buttonholes, along with plenty of inspirational real-life weddings. Wedding Flowers is now available bi-monthly, offering more than 130 pages of stunning floral creations to endlessly inspire and excite.

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