Published just once a year, this eagerly anticipated magazine leads the way when it comes to showcasing adventurous, contemporary flower arrangements for weddings. Bringing you stunning photo spreads from the most prestigious floristry designers in the world, a subscription to Fusion Flowers Weddings magazine is perfect if you're looking for inspiration for floral bouquets and centrepiece arrangements that are genuinely out of the ordinary.
Each issue typically features collections from a variety of designers from around the world, plus step-by-step arrangement guides and features on floral wedding accessories such as corsages, cake decor and hair decoration.
The 12th issue of Fusion Flowers Weddings magazine has another amazing line up of international design talent who have produced everything from Couture chic Collections through to highly commercial ideas. The Collections come from Bo Büll (who also created the cover design), Thomas Speiss, Agna Maertens, Sara-Lisa Ludvigsson, Dmitry Turcan, Lily Beelen, Tomas De Bruyne, Jimmy Englund, Laura Leong, Gregor Lersch, Frédéric Dupré, Tamás Mez?ffy, Matthew Landers, Svetlana Chernyavsky, Wendy Andrade and Moniek Vanden Berghe. What a line up!
We also feature EIGHT exclusive step-by-step bridal bouquets from Irene Brockwell, Wendy Andrade, Laura Leong and Mark Pampling. A dream in Venice by Federica Ambrosini is the first of three Wedding Stories. Robert Koene shares his vision of a stunning wedding in the Middle East. From the UK Jake Nicholson-Lailey explains the lengths he went to to make a young couple’s dream come true – prepare to be amazed!
We focus on two very different flowers for exciting Wedding ideas Hydrangea and Chrysanthemum. Two international superstars arrived to bring you practical ideas that will set your imagination on fire – Stein Are Hansen and Bo Büll. We also invited our followers on Facebook to get involved and you can see the stunning bouquets they submitted featuring Hydrangea.
Event Design guru, David Beahm, shares his knowledge on two vexed subjects – the ‘dressed’ aisle and the so-called ‘bouquets from nature’! Great practical information at its best from David. It appears that brides are moving away from sugar flowers on their cakes to real flowers. Great news for designers around the world and Katie-Jane Hermes shows you one that she designed.
Plus find out our WOW flower recommendations for the year ahead.
Yes - Issue 12 of Fusion Flowers Weddings magazine is packed with inspiration!
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