What’s your bridal bouquet personality? Take Flower magazine’s fun quiz designed to help you zero in on your wedding flower style.
Every bride wants to feel like a queen on her wedding day. But when real royalty or high society gets married, the proceedings take on an elevated grandeur. With the addition of modern media scrutiny, the notable weddings of the 20th and 21st centuries have set the bar for couples ever since
In her book, Wedding Flowers, British floral designer and author Paula Pryke explores wedding themes and individual flower varieties while showcasing some of her most beautiful arrangements. In this excerpt, Pryke shares why roses are a popular choice for brides
With a backdrop of snowdrifts and ice blue skies, a professional wedding planner throws an unforgettable party for her own big day
A former ballerina rediscovers artistic expression in confections
Confectionery artists Maggie Austin, Ron Ben-Israel, and Sylvia Weinstock, transform sugar and water into realistic flowers that decorate wedding cakes in a most delightful way
A Minnesota floral designer pairs fresh blooms with turn-of-the-century interiors to create a stylish wedding day brunch
A couple whose romance blossomed in New York taps their Southern roots for a magical wedding in the East Tennessee woods
Whether large breed or toy, friendly or shy, spotted or wrinkly, man’s best friend always steals our hearts. On your wedding day—or, really, any day—why not let your dogs crash the party?
A handful of beautiful details from a colorful destination wedding in the Bahamas