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Looking for ideas for your something blue? Florist Rebekah Ellis of Cambridgeshire-based Rose & Rhubarb suggests some fresh ways to incorporate this time-honoured tradition into your wedding day.
Blue has been connected with weddings for centuries, part of the age-old tradition for brides to have 'something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue' on their big day to bring them good luck.
This year, with Classic Blue being the 2020 Pantone Colour of the Year, the popular hue is making a splash in all areas of the big day including the wedding flowers.
Rebekah suggests,"Although true blue flowers are relatively uncommon, each season provides a selection, many of which are grown here in Britain; a plus for the eco-conscious bride and you can easily incorporate some in your bouquet and buttonholes as your something blue."
"Spring gives us delicate muscari (grape hyacinth), and later the delicate nigella; commonly known as love-in-a-mist. Summer sees the arrival of cornflowers and statuesque delphiniums, while for autumn weddings you can include beautiful heavy hydrangea heads. Blue thistles are great for winter and add texture too."
Unlike a national magazine, Your East Anglian Wedding is packed with area specific features, venues in your area, inspirational real weddings and regular features on bridal fashion, beauty,
hair & beauty, etc.
So when you decide to look for local suppliers, wedding retailers and service providers, our magazines can really help you plan your wedding.
We also have regular exciting competitions and giveaways, expert question & answer pages and lots more. Quite simply, all the information you will ever need to get married in your area.
We have 19 wedding titles covering counties and regions throughout most of England and Wales. Your East Anglian Wedding is available to download for free as a high quality eMagazine. Titles covering other areas are available here.