Amp up the romance factor! Scatter petals and twinkling tealight
candles beneath a decadent floral canopy.
Silk-organza and silk-satin dress, POA,
www.lynashworth.co.uk. Crystal headdress, £286; gold-plated
earrings, £250, and crystal bangle, £338, www.jennypackham.com.
Floral canopy (hydrangeas, stocks, lilac and dendrobiums), from
£1,500; bridal bouquet (paperwhites, stephanotis and
ranunculus), from £95; rose petals, from £150, and white tealight
holders, £1.50, to hire, www.wildabout.co.uk. Cream carpet, from
£4.50 per sq m, www.houseofhud.com.
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