Welcome to my blog of wedding flowers, I hope you enjoy taking a look.

To find wedding flowers by colour, style, season or venue, simply click the label links on the right hand side. Or you can simply scroll down and browse randomly, you never know what gorgeous little ideas or general inspiration you might just happen across.

I'd love to hear from you and if you'd like to contact me or to arrange a consultation you can email me at lynne@fioribylynne.co.uk or call me on 01489 582539. Alternatively, for more information on my wedding and event flowers, see my main web site www.fioribylynne.co.uk

All designs here are entirely my own work.
All images copyright Fiori by Lynne unless otherwise stated.

Tuesday, 27 September 2016

Carol's Simple, Elegant Wedding Flowers in Whites and Blues at the Barn at Bury Court

A very simple but stunning scheme in whites and blues at the beautiful barn at Bury Court, here are Carol's wedding flowers.

Carol's bouquet, a simple,elegant overarm bouquet of white calla lilies with a little grass finished with a navy ribbon bow and trails. 

Bridesmaids' posies of white calla lilies and blue delphiniums with a little grass in a simple, elegant upright design for something just a little different.

Stunning, tall centrepiece using blue delphiniums and white gladioli in a trumpet vase, perfect for the barn setting at Bury Court.

The barn at Bury Court with tall centrepieces of blue delphiniums and white gladioli in elegant trumpet vases. With flowers this beautiful there is no need for anything complicated.

Traditional long and low design for the top table using white roses and calla lilies with blue delphiniums, palm leaf and grasses.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Carol for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure working on this very lovely scheme for you.

Monday, 12 September 2016

Rachael's Formal Wedding Flowers in Blush and Silver. The Ageus Bowl,Southampton

A beautifully, elegant scheme in blush and silver at the Ageus Bowl in Southampton, here are Rachael's wedding flowers

Rachael's Bouquet, a beautiful tear drop of David Austin Keira roses, Bombastic spray roses,  white bouvardia and lisianthus with silver brunnia and a few buried pearls

Bridesmaids' bouquets of blush garden roses and spray roses with white stocks, bouvardia and lisianthus and a little silver brunnia.

And a smaller version for the petite bridesmaid using blush garden roses and spray roses with white stocks, bouvardia and lisianthus and a little silver brunnia.

For the male attendant, a pin on design of blush garden rose, spray rose, white bouvardia and silver eucalyptus leaf and berry to co-ordinate with the bridesmaids bouquets.


Groom buttonhole of Bombastic spray rose with silver eucalyptus berry and bud.

For the men, a single David Austin Keira rose with eucalyptus berry and leaf

And for the ladies, corsages of white lisianthus and bouvardia with silver eucalyptus leaf and berry, wedding themed but neutral and very pretty.

Tall candelabra designs of roses and hydrangeas at the Ageus Bowl, Southampton with bride's own blossom trees. The ball room really did look quite stunning

For the top table, an unusual, formal, long and low design of massed flower with buried scented candles. I have used roses, spray roses, hydrangeas, stocks and lisianthus with a touch of eucalyptus berry and leaf to create this floral tapestry. The overall effect is quite beautiful, very soft yet elegant.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Rachael and Chris for asking me to design and carte your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure and I hope you all had the most amazing day.

Wednesday, 31 August 2016

Emma's Shabby Chic Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

A beautiful, summery scheme in dusky pinks and creams with a shabby / rustic chic theme, here are Emma's wedding flowers

Emma's Bouquet of dusky pink and cream roses, spray roses, pale pink lisianthus, freesia and astilbe with a touch a foliage and a few large pearls buried within.

Bridesmaids carried a co-ordinating design of cream and dusky pink roses, spray roses, pale pink freesias and lisianthus with a touch of foliage. 

Groom's buttonhole of cream rose with pale pink freesia and a touch of vintage style foliage.

Beautiful corsage of pale pinks freesias with spires of mini pearls for the mums.

Low centrepieces at Rhinefield House shabby / rustic chic style - a lovely jug of roses, spray roses, freesias and astilbe in creams and pinks with asparagus fern on stacked log slices and tea lights around. 

Beautiful top table design at Rhinefield House in a wooden container using dusky pink roses, cream spray roses, pale pink lisianthus, freesia and astilbe with a touch of garden style foliage.


I love these bark containers, perfect for a rustic chic style wedding. I have filled them with natural designs of rose, lisianthus and astilbe spires with a touch of garden style foliage to tie in with the central top table design.

Top table design shabby chic style at Rhinefield House.Wooden and bark containers of garden style flowers with tea lights in between look just gorgeous. The wooden table and place names complete the look perfectly.

Mantle design at Rhinefield House with sections of wedding themed flowers with fairy lights running through them and church candles in storm lanterns in between each section and at either end. The overall effect was just beautiful - the photo does not do it justice sadly !

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Emma and Ryan for asking me to do your wedding flowers for you, I absolutely loved working on this scheme for you and I hope you had the most fabulous day.

Saturday, 13 August 2016

Claire's English Summer Garden Style Flowers, Northbrook Park, Farnham, Surrey

A beautiful english summer garden style scheme in soft pinks and blues, here are Claire's wedding flowers.

Stunning summery bouquet of pink David Austin roses with blue hydrangea and forget-me-not, pastel pink stocks, white larkspur and sweet william.

Bridesmaid's posy of english summer garden style flowers in soft pinks and blues using garden roses, hydrangeas, stocks, larkspur, forget-me-not and sweet william. The look is very natural and very summery.

Co-ordinating buttonhole of Keira rose with blue forget-me-not and corsage of Keira rose with larkspur and gyp.

Ceremony flowers at Northbrook Park, the mantle is decorated with a modern design of mixed summer flowers in bottles and jars, jars of summer flowers line the aisle and vases of mixed flowers decorate the ceremony table.

Mantle flowers at Northbrook Park, a more modern design of mixed english summer garden flowers in bottles and jars in differing heights.

Mixed high and low centrepieces in the orangery at Northbrook Park. Simple vases of mixed wedding themed flowers provide the low centrepieces while the tall designs are delphiniums and gypsophila in high trumpet vases. All designs are mixed but co-ordinated to provide a very natural look, nothing to neat and nothing to formal.

Tall trumpet vases of delphiniums in blues, pinks and whites provide stunning centrepieces for a Summer wedding with the english summer garden look.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Claire for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this beautiful summery scheme for you and I hope you all had a wonderful day.

Sunday, 7 August 2016

Zoe's Classic Nude and White Wedding Flowers, Bartley Lodge, New Forest

A very pretty, soft and summery scheme in nudes and whites, here are Zoe's wedding flowers.

Zoe's bouquet, nude roses with white hydrangeas, stocks and freesias, a very soft and summery mix with the added bonus of scent.

Zoe's bridesmaids carried a smaller version of her bouquet.

Corsage of white freesias with pearl sprays for the mums and a simple, classic buttonhole of nude rose with a touch of foliage for the men.

Classic long and low for the top table, a beautiful mix of nude roses, white hydrangeas, stocks and freesias with soft trails of fine foliage. Absolutely gorgeous for a ceremony table as well.

A simple vase of summery flowers in nudes and whites makes a lovely low centrepiece for the wedding breakfast tables. A mirrored plate, frosted white tea light holders highlighting the white stocks in the flowers and a simple tie of cream ribbon around the vase provide lovely finishing touches.

The Bartley Lodge Hotel, all ready for Zoe's wedding reception set out with low centrepieces and a classic long and low design in nudes and whites for the top table. Not a wonderful shot, sorry but I know couples find room shots helpful so here it is.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Zoe for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I hope you had a wonderful day.

Sunday, 31 July 2016

Emma's Classic Green and White Wedding Flowers, Outside Ceremony, Lainston House

A beautiful classic summer scheme in fresh whites and greens for an outdoor ceremony in the pavilion at Lainston House, here are Emma's wedding flowers.

Emma's formal tear drop bouquet of white roses, spray roses, stocks, bouvardia, freesias and lisianthus with absolutely minimal foliage. Very soft and very elegant.

Co-ordinating hand tied posies for the bridesmaids using white roses, bouvardia and freesia with stocks.

Corsages of grouped double freesia with gyp and a touch of fresh green foliage for the ladies and a classic buttonhole of rose and a little gyp for the men.

The pavilion at Lainston House all ready for Emma's outdoor wedding ceremony. Large urn designs of summer flowers stand either side of the entrance to the pavilion and a co-ordinating long and low finishes the ceremony table while tied bunches of white stocks look gorgeous along the aisle chairs.

Ceremony table long and low in the pavilion using white roses, hydrangeas, stocks, freesias and lisianthus with fresh green foliages. 

The urns were filled with white roses, hydrangeas, delphiniums and stocks with fresh green  foliages for a classic english summer garden look.

The outdoor aisle at Lainston House decorated with tied bunches of white stocks on the white painted chairs. 

Lainston House pavilion, all ready for the wedding ceremony. Such a romantic setting to say I do.

Tall centrepiece in the barn at Lainston House using white roses, spray roses, stocks, lisianthus and gyp with a little fresh green foliage in a martini vase. A trail of ivy and lisianthus flowers wound down the stem provides a very pretty finishing touch.

The fireplace at Lainston with tea lights decorating the ledges above the mantle design of white roses, hydrangeas, stocks, freesias and lisianthus. It provides a gorgeous backdrop for the top table.

Co-ordinating wreaths of white summer flowers around a storm lantern make beautiful co-ordinating low table centres. Here one is used to mark the entrance to the Dawley Barn where the wedding breakfast was held.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Emma for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was a real pleasure working with you on this beautiful scheme and I am so glad the weather held for you.