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A Year of Posts

Can you believe that 12 months has gone passed since our wedding focused blog went live and began sharing fun but informative posts for soon-to-be married couples.  So what better way to celebrate this one year milestone than by taking a look back at the delights planning a wedding can bring.

Things didn’t really take off until the start of 2014 – we blame that on the Christmas festivities and some pesky pc problems – with just a couple of taster posts to whet the appetite of wedding lovers in October 2013.  The first focused on the rise of Shabby Chic Weddings with some great additional images on the dedicated Pinterest board.  Then it was the turn of the Wood Fired Pizza and one that will have you dreaming about the way these types of pizza smell, look and taste – delizioso!

The beginning of 2015 let us take a look at the latest trend in weddings – The Unusual Wedding Theme – as well as a few dessert options to finish with after your main course.  In the short West Country series we took a look at a number of breathtakingly beautiful wedding venues, which colour belongs in which season, the wedding favours that your guests would be more than happy to go home with and the song that will be the one you take your first dance too.

Moving into the summer season there was a mixture of posts that covered the topic of alternative wedding gifts for those newlyweds who have already set up home together, which flowers brides across the country prefer to be holding as they walk down the aisle and the cake that should take centre stage after the bride and groom.  […]

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Top Five Wedding Flowers

When it comes to today’s weddings anything goes and that includes the wedding flowers.  With so many types of choose from the task to decide which flowers you should consider for your bouquets, the wedding ceremony and those that adorn the tables at your reception is not an easy one.

There are a handful of select flowers that seemed to have stood the test of time and remain just as popular now as they have been for decades.  We’ve put together a Top Five of Wedding Flowers that even the fussiest of brides-to-be would be happy with.
Roses
Roses are the epilogue of love and romance and which bride-to-be wouldn’t want one of the world’s favourite flower in her wedding bouquet.  Available in so many different colours, roses will add a touch of elegance to your special day.  Don’t forget the delicate fragrance that roses surround you with either.

Tulips
Tulips bring more than a touch of fun and cheer to any wedding day.  The range of colours available ensures there are no shortages of spectacular bouquets or table decoration ideas.  They can also be easily matched with your colour theme and as the focal point of your spring wedding.

 
Gerbera Daisies
Gerbera Daisies come in many colours and compared with other popular wedding flowers are a fashionable and affordable alternative.  That aside, they do add a touch of simplicity that every wedding should have.  Placed in a single flute vase as part of your table decoration leaves plenty of room to accompany them with colour co-ordinated candles.

 
Orchids
Orchids are the ultimate in exotic flowers and can be incorporated in all aspects of your day.  Not only do they add sophistication to a cascading shower bouquet but make breath-taking centrepieces at your reception.  […]