What’s your bridal bouquet personality? Take Flower magazine’s fun quiz designed to help you zero in on your wedding flower style.
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
Flower magazine’s Jessica Cohen shows how to make a simple, fresh, flower crown with step-by-step instructions. This easy design only takes about 10 minutes to create and is ideal for parties, festivals, or weddings
Learn how to make a succulent boutonniere that is handsome, masculine, and versatile enough for a wedding or prom
Whether you’re planning for the big day or just love wedding season, you’ll want to see this collection of bridal bouquets
Corsages and bouquets shouldn’t get all the attention. Stylish grooms, groomsmen, and prom dates are attracting notice with inventive (and beautiful) boutonnieres
A Minnesota floral designer pairs fresh blooms with turn-of-the-century interiors to create a stylish wedding day brunch
Mimi Brown shows how to make a hand-tied bouquet, in the classic European style
Floral designer, author, and weddings expert Matthew Robbins of Matthew Robbins Design in NYC shares his secrets for creating pretty, pastel bouquets for a bride and bridesmaid
Creator of thebridescafe.com and owner of JMFlora Design in Richmond, Virginia, Janie Medley fashions a summery circlet sure to turn heads
Pat Henry of Roses Unlimited shows how to condition roses to open beautifully and last longer
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?