Floral wedding design trends for 2016

Gathered Style - Bloom Room Studio LTD - Wild Bridal Bouquet - Photo Credit Katie Spicer

Wedding florist Helen Taylor and founder of bespoke wedding floral studio Bloom Room discusses her predictions for this year’s floral wedding design trends

As in fashion, the world of floral wedding design is subject to changing trends, some of which are slow to build, while others seem to appear out of nowhere. Loosely gathered bouquets and table centres are remaining popular in floral wedding design this year, with the demand for vintage vases and rustic wooden accents showing little sign of slowing down...

10 winter wedding inspired ideas

Blue Winter Wedding Ceremony

Seasonal ideas for a magical winter wedding

There’s nothing quite like a warm and cosy winter wedding while it’s crisp and cold outside. Imagine: the distant sound of bells, presents under the Christmas tree and cuddling up with a loved one in front of an open fire (cat optional). Now imagine recreating that mood for your guests, so they too can enjoy a perfectly snug, seasonal wedding.

1. Furry friends

Rock the faux fur look with a jacket, bolero, cape or stole – the perfect accompaniment to a snow white dress and vintage red lipstick...

Love Story: Emma and Scott

Emma and Scott

The fairy tale castle wedding

Not only do I have the privilege of writing about the love story of two of my closest friends, this wedding was the first I ever attended (yes, ever!) and so has a special place in my heart. Emma and Scott met in 2006 working as special needs teaching assistants at The Vines School, Clapham. A South London boy and Essex girl living first in London and then by the sea in Brighton, they’d been to enough weddings to know exactly what it was they did and didn’t want for their own...