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Keeping cool in the heat

While it’s every couples’ dream to see the sun shining brightly on their wedding day, it can be gruelling for your guests to sit through a hot ceremony without a way to beat the heat.

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Non-traditional wedding gowns

The classic white wedding dress always looks amazing, but they’re not the only option. If you’re a bride to be who is more inclined towards a creative, fashion-forward bridal look, why not opt for a different shade of wedding gown? Or better yet, a different length, or a more sleek style of gown?

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Fabulous floral styles

As the elements of your wedding begin to take shape, a style will emerge – be it rustic/vintage, modern glamour or classic and clean. The florals for each style need to be carefully chosen to create your desired look, and this is where your florist can help.

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5 ways to involve your groom in the wedding

Admit it. You’ve been planning how your wedding day will play out since you were a little girl. From your dream dress to exactly the right shade of pink your flowers will be, you’ve had the complete picture down to a tee.

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Let’s get this party started…

So you’ve got main course, drinks and speeches sorted – but what about the rest of your reception? How will you choose to entertain friends and family at your wedding? After all, no-one wants to bore their guests to tears.

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Mick Brown

Difference of religion: planning an interfaith wedding

Occasionally, love is a rocky road paved with potential obstacles. Perhaps more so when planning a wedding and emotions are heightened and stress levels tested. And when it comes to an interfaith union, this can pose a whole new kind of bump in the highway to “happily ever after”.

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Mick Brown

Planning a green wedding

For many eco-conscious couples, ensuring your big day doesn’t leave behind a carbon footprint a mile long is important. Follow these eco-friendly tips to ensure your celebration is guilt-free.

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Deciding on your guest list

Nobody wants to leave anyone out of their wedding, but before you set about preparing your 500-strong guest list, ask yourself this: could there be anything worse than having a room full of strangers staring disinterestedly into their Champagne glasses as you and your husband enjoy your first waltz together?

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Black, White & Grey

What’s more stylish and classic than black, white and grey? With clean lines and a streamlined feel, this colour theme is not only easy on

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Cheery Yellow

A gorgeous, fun yellow palette is perfect for a spring wedding. Teamed with cornflower blue or soft grey, yellow makes a modern, bright ‘ready to

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Teal & Aqua

A bold, beautiful and aquatic-looking colour combo. Modern colour theming is all about fresh pops of bright colour, and teal and aqua would look great

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Soft Pastels

Spring weddings look fantastic in soft, feminine pastel hues. Soft pinks can really look great teamed with apricot or cornflower blue, and they suit a

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Romantic Red

Vibrant and rich red looks very romantic and can look dramatic as part of an autumn or winter wedding theme. It’s also ideal for those

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Pretty in Pink

The ultimate romantic colour for spring and summer weddings, adding pink to your wedding is simple. Look for pink blooms, pink bridesmaids’ gowns, pink table

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Metallic

Unique metallic colour themes look great no matter what time of year you are marrying in. Shades of gold, bronze, pewter and silver make a

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Mauve & Purple

Shades of purple communicate happiness, richness and warmth and look great as part of an autumn/winter wedding. Purple can also look exotic as part of

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Got the Blues?

Perfect for a spring or summer wedding, a palette inspired by blue also works wonderfully well for a wedding on the beach. Consider topping your

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Helpful bride hint #1: Buy yourself a notebook

If you’re anything like me (who’s more than a little obsessed with girly stationery) cracking open the spine of a fresh, candy-coloured notebook and scrawling in a fat felt-tip pen across the unblemished paper, is enough to induce a little pleasurable thrill.

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