Wedding trends are influenced by everything around us: from the latest dishes being favoured by the foodie scene to this season’s catwalks . Which makes sense seeing as a wedding day has so many different aspects to it. But inspiration is fluid and creativity can be drawn from anywhere: if you see a fashion look you love, your wedding attire isn’t the only part of your day that has to benefit from it. In fact, we love finding ideas in surprising muses. The colour of your favourite lipstick could be the perfect shade for your bridesmaid dresses or the design for your wedding stationery could come from a sweetie wrapper. There are no rules when it comes to creating an aesthetic for your special day. Which is why we were so excited to see the parallels drawn by Blooming Haus , one of London’s most innovative, exciting and visionary floral design studios, between the looks at this season’s London Fashion Week and the biggest wedding flower trends at the moment. From Simone Rocha’s dreamy florals in sun-faded neutral tones to Molly Goddard’s frothy skirts, we spoke to Blooming Haus about how you can replicate the most recent fashion trends on the catwalk in your wedding flowers. It’s the stuff fashion-focused brides dream of. We already know that maximalism (in other words, more is more) is a big trend in both the wedding and interior design worlds, so we’re loving seeing it on the runway at London Fashion Week , too. French brand House of Christian Lacroix is famous for its over-the-top aesthetic, which we’ve seen in the theatrical frills, bejewelled jackets and flamboyant puffy skirts used in its new collaboration with Rixo . The meeting of this fashion household name with the cool-girl brand on everybody’s lips is giving […]