If wearing a wedding dress of flowers is too fairytale an idea for you personally, the Flowers in Fashion event at Guildford Cathedral in September is unmissable as a source of the most spectacular floral ideas for your wedding day.
Florist and former model Georgie Macqueen has created a full collection of incredible dresses made of flowers - including this beautiful wedding dress made of 1,500 stems of gypsophila - that will be recreated and modelled on a catwalk.
"This will be a truly original and stunning experience for the audience whilst also raising funds for the Cathedral and its restoration," says Georgie, who worked for years alongside her mother-in-law, the world-famous florist Sheila Macqueen.
Look out for divine flower girls, handsome men in costume and extravagantly attired models in "fur" shrugs and ballgowns - all made up of intricate floral creations and set to a feel-good soundtrack that will undoubtedly have everybody dancing in the aisle.
The show will take place on Wednesday September 30 at 6.30pm. Tickets cost £35 each - call Janet Werner on 01483 547 878 or visit www.guildford-cathedral.org for more details.