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.

Georgie Macqueen’s gypsophila wedding dress, modelled by Chloe Cunningham. Bridesmaid dress modelled by Lily Thomson.

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.