Minimalist weddings are a seriously hot trend for 2016, and it really takes into account the well-known saying ‘less is more’. From chic wedding stationery to simple statement wedding cakes, newlyweds are swooning over the latest modern wedding style. To kick start your wedding planning, indulge yourself in a few of our favourite ideas…

6 Simple Ways To Pull Off A ‘Minimalist Chic’ Wedding Theme!

Minimalist weddings are a seriously hot trend for 2016, and it really takes into account the well-known saying ‘less is more’. From chic wedding stationery to simple statement wedding cakes, newlyweds are swooning over the latest modern wedding style. To kick start your wedding planning, indulge yourself in a few of our favourite ideas…

Learn how to make a lush hand tied garden bouquet. Tutorial with full instructions by Blossom & Vine, flower names + photos by JenS Photography, using peonies, ranunculus, clematis + poppies. via @confettidaydreams http://www.confettidaydreams.com/hand-tied-garden-bouquet-tutorial/

Step-by-Step Hand-Tied Garden Bouquet Tutorial + Photos

Learn how to make a lush hand tied garden bouquet. Tutorial with full instructions by Blossom & Vine, flower names + photos by JenS Photography, using peonies, ranunculus, clematis + poppies. via @confettidaydreams http://www.confettidaydreams.com/hand-tied-garden-bouquet-tutorial/

Erin Benzakein from Floret demonstrates how to create a DIY hand-tied bouquet utilizing garden favorites including dahlias, zinnias, heuchera, lisianthus, garden roses and foxglove.  Images by Heather Payne Photography.

DIY Hand-Tied Garden-Style Bridal Bouquet

Erin Benzakein from Floret demonstrates how to create a DIY hand-tied bouquet utilizing garden favorites including dahlias, zinnias, heuchera, lisianthus, garden roses and foxglove. Images by Heather Payne Photography.

For Rebecca’s walk down the aisle, Dragonfly Events created a standout romantic bouquet filled with fresh white blooms and cool textured accents. The hand-tied arrangement featured roses, ranunculus, liasianthus, dusty miller, snowberry, eucalyptus and bay laurel, and was finished with a length of white silk ribbon.

For Rebecca’s walk down the aisle, Dragonfly Events created a standout romantic bouquet filled with fresh white blooms and cool textured accents. The hand-tied arrangement featured roses, ranunculus, liasianthus, dusty miller, snowberry, eucalyptus and bay laurel, and was finished with a length of white silk ribbon.

A September wedding bouquet of cutting garden flowers by Catkin Flowers. From…

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