There's nothing more chic than featuring your wedding flowers in decor touches across your entire day.

Nato Welton

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Jazz up an ordinary printed table number with a pressed piece of foliage of your choice - we've used a fern here, but the choice is yours!

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How about lavender for a rustic barn do, or bright anemones for a modern celebration?

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To make, collect small leaves of your choice and flatten using a flower press (you can also place them between the pages of a large, heavy book to achieve the same effect).

Leave in the press for up to a week. Glue to an A6 sheet of parchment paper using Spray Mount. Print numbers from a computer, then carefully cut them out and stick them to the paper beside the leaf.

Leather-leaf ferns, £3.65 per bunch, www.trianglenursery.co.uk. Flower press kit, £25, and votives, £4 for three, www.hobbycraft.co.uk. Metal frame, £29.99, www.zarahome.com. Parchment paper, £4 for 20 sheets, www.paperchase.co.uk. Spray Mount, £9.99, www.amazon.co.uk. Arrangement (David Austin roses, English ferns, bay leaves, rosemary, sage, eucalyptus and dill), £50, www.wildrenataflowers.com