Still revelling in the Jubilee celebrations, we thought we
would share this pretty floral arrangement made for The Queen with
you as today's Idea of the Day!
Created by William Clarke Flowers and delivered to Her
Majesty ahead of all the jubilation and celebrations, this simple
bouquet has deep meaning: Lily of the Valley, symbolising serenity
and humility; Sweet Pea, an April bloom; and roses, the June birth
flowers represent The Queen's official and actual
BE INSPIRED BY REAL-LIFE
Choosing flowers with a real meaning has become a real
trend for weddings this year, and this pretty bouquet shows that in
a very elegant way!
William Clarke Flowers; www.williamclarkeflowers.com
How To Cut A Wedding Cake
It's not as simple as you think: this is the best way to cut up a wedding cake
Cutture's New Designs Prove Invitations Needn't Be Naff
Gone are the days of dodgy wedding stationery
The Wedding Colour Of 2017? This Green!
Pantone has declared zesty ‘Greenery’ is the shade of the year. We show you how to embrace green in your wedding invitations, and everywhere!
These David Austin Roses Bouquets Will Remind You Just How Beautiful Flowers Can Be
The most popular David Austin roses and how to style them
Mary Katrantzou x Paperless Post
The wedding invitation favourite have teamed up with one of Britain's best fashion designers