Are you having trouble choosing your wedding colours and theme? Perhaps you love the whole country-fete-with-bunting theme but are worried you will change your mind in a few months...
"It looks nice, but I'm worried it's a bit overdone now. I want something that's pretty, easy and identiﬁable. What can I do?" asked Anne Wollenberg, via Facebook
"Lace is a big trend right now," says event planner Javier Salvador, from By Appointment Only Design. "To make it diﬀerent, choose one or two vibrant block colours as your "base" for tables, decor and stationery, and overlay with vintage lace panels. If you want to keep it simple, have a beautiful colour duet running through the whole day."
"The trend for 2012 is super-soft pastels - think Farrow & Ball paint shades of grey and cool blue as part of the mix. There's a new, modern way to do "vintage".
"A DIY idea is to paint ﬂoral fabric or wallpaper (try Designers Guild or De Gournay for pretty designs) with tea for a distressed look and make quirky table runners to place over white linen. In keeping with this, use thick ivory watercolour paper with brown ink for your stationery."