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.

Saturday, 28 August 2010

Katie's Wedding Flowers,Contemporary Blue and ivory, Chilworth Manor

Katie's bridal bouquet of roses, lisianthus, and wired agapanthus flowers with looped grass and a collar of foliage.
Coordinating bouquets for Katie's bridesmaids.

The reception was held in the Coach House at Chilworth Manor. We created these very modern designs of submerged roses to keep with the contemporary blue and white theme.

These designs really do create more impact than you might think as this image shows.

For the top table we created a design of alternating vases of agapanthus and roses and agapanthus. Here is a stunning shot of the individual agapanthus designs taken by Kate Truepenny. Fresh rose petals, individual agapanthus flowers and buds and blue table crystals are scattered along the length to complete the look.

Another shot by Kate showing the rose and agapanthus vase.

Finally, a shot showing the table as a whole.

Agapanthus are great flowers for bringing in some blue to a scheme, they are available all year round and there are varieties in paler shades of blue too.

Thank you Katie for choosing us to design and create these modern flowers for your wedding to Bryan and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Tuesday, 17 August 2010

Jo's Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

Jo's bouquet of roses, orchids and berries with a wired leaf surround all boxed and ready to go.

A modern buttonhole for our groom of orchid, hypericum berries and leaf detail to coordinate with our bride's stunning bouquet.

Jo's bouquet of cerise " Milano" roses, green hypericum berry and a phalaenopsis orchid called Red Lips - which isn't actually red at all but a rather stunning cerise which matches the rose perfectly. Photographs simply cannot do these colours justice.

Buttonholes of rose, hypericum and leaf detail for the other men in the bridal party.

A posy of cerise roses with bright green berries and a subtle foliage surround for the little flower girl.

Vases of green hydrangea, orchids, cerise roses and green berries decorate the ceremony table in the Great Hall of Rhinefield House.

For the reception, we created these candelabra designs in cerise, lime and ivories using lilies, roses, hydrangea and berries with trails of amaranthus. Jo wanted her wedding flowers to be bright and zingy and the colours looked amazing against the dark wood panelling of the Great Hall. A scattering of fresh cerise rose petals completed the look.

The candelabra, perfect for the period splendour of the Great Hall in Rhinefield House

A detail shot of the flowers.

The top table decorated with the flowers from the ceremony table, a scattering of fresh rose petals and a vase ready and waiting for Jo's bouquet.

Thank you Jo for choosing us to create your wedding flowers for you, we loved all those bright colours and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Friday, 13 August 2010

Emma's Wedding Flowers,A tear drop bouquet with a hint of wild

A sneak preview of todays wedding bouquet, a gorgeous informal tear drop of white calla lilies, singapore orchids and roses with mixed foliages. Emma was looking for a modern, long, narrow bouquet with a hint of the wild about it to compliment her fabulous fish tail dress. The trails of slightly unruly evergreen jasmine provided the hint.

A detail shot of the top of the bouquet

A coordinating design for the hair mounted on a clip for Emma and a buttonhole for the groom.

Thank you Emma for choosing us to design and create your flowers for your wedding and many congratulations on your marraige.

Monday, 2 August 2010

Helens Wedding Flowers, Vintage pinks.Chilworth Manor

Buttonholes of sweet avalanche rose and ivy fir the men.

Helens gorgeous trailing bouquet of pink peonies, avalanche and sweet avalanche roses, mini eden spray roses, pale green lisianthus and ivy.

Helen's bridesmaids' posies of sweet avalanche roses, freesia, gypsophila and feather butterfly, boxed and ready to go

Detail shot by http://www.nicophotography/. co.uk

Here we have a few shots of Helen's mid summer wedding bouquets and buttonholes incorporating all of her favourite things. We did the reception flowers too, these follow. Images of venue flowers are very difficult for us florists. Less than perfect lighting = very big problem for amateur photographer / florist and lead to horrible photos ! This time we were lucky enough to have someone infinately better at the task than me so now the problem is choice. So I will work my way through the wonderful images I have been given and I will upload my favourites for you to see shortly.
Meanwhile, we would like to say thank you Helen for choosing us to design and create these flowers for your wedding. It was a pleasure working with you and your chosen flowers. And very many congratulations on your marriage.