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.
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Monday, 22 August 2011

Andrea's Cath Kidston /Vintage Tea Party inspired wedding in Pinks and Yellows, Norman Court School

For her wedding, Andrea chose a slightly unusual colour combination of yellows and pinks and a vintage tea party / Cath Kidston inspired look. I loved working on it and I loved all the gorgeous little touches Andrea put in to make it extra special, no detail was overlooked and it showed. I thought the end result was stunning but see what you think. And so here they are - Andrea's wedding flowers 

Buttonholes of Cezanne roses, the perfect combination of colours for Andrea's wedding in one flower.

Wrist corsage of pale pink lisianthus and bouvardia for the bride's mum.

Bridal bouquet vintage style in yellows and pinks. The beautiful buttermilk yellow roses are Artemis which combine perfectly with the bi coloured Cezanne and the ever popular Mimi Eden. A deep pink lisianthus, white freesia and a gorgeous ivory rose called Dolomiti complete the look. The flowers are soft and frilly and perfect for this look. 

Yellow, pink and white bridal bouquet vintage / Cath Kidston inspired.

Bridesmaids' bouquets of roses, stocks, freesias and lisianthus in buttermilk yellows, pinks and whites. All boxed and ready to go. The bridesmaids were in a strong pink so I used a higher proportion of the buttermilk stocks and roses and slightly less of the pinks so the bouquets looked amazing against the pink of the dresses.

Vintage style tall table centre in soft yellows and pinks using hydrangeas, roses and stocks. The reception was in the lovely Norman Court School in West Tytherley with it's tall ceilings, pillars and elegant stair case so these taller designs worked really well.

Vintage tea party and Cath Kidston  inspired wedding table, I loved these table name and menu cards and the little easel the menu sat on.

Top table flowers with candles, a lovely long and low design of hydrangeas, mixed roses and lisianthus in buttermilk yellows, ivory and mixed pinks. I decorated the remaining length of the table with scattered individual flowers from the hydrangeas and stocks, a gorgeous and more unusual alternative to rose petals. Tea lights completed it.

Wedding flowers at the Norman Court School in West Tytherley, the bride's view from her place at the top table.

Tall vintage inspired table centres in yellows and pinks.

I loved the vintage tea cups and saucers tied with the guests name tag, even the cutlery was vintage and hired in from the lovely ladies at The Tea Party in Southsea

Top table flowers with mantle flowers and candles behind. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Andrea for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I really loved working on your gorgeous Cath Kidston / vintage tea party theme and with all those beautiful flowers. And very many congratulations on your marriage. 

Nikki's Classic Green, White and Pink Wedding Flowers, Norton Park Hotel, Sutton Scotney

For her wedding at the Norton Park Hotel, Nikki chose a beautifully classic look for her  wedding flowers in a gorgeous combination of pale pistachio green and ivory with a touch of pale pink. Pretty but elegant was the brief and so here they are, Nikki's wedding flowers.

A buttonhole of ivory rose with bouvardia and ivy leaves for the groom.

Bouquet in pale green, pink and white for Nikki using Avalanche and Sweet Avalanche roses, pale green lisianthus and bouvardia with variegated pittosporum. A beautifully classic look that manages to be very soft and romantic and yet elegant too. I loved it.

Classic bridal bouquet of ivory and pink roses, green lisianthus,bouvardia and foliage.

Co-ordinating bouquets in green,white and pink for Nikki's bridesmaids.

Classic pedestal design in green and white with a touch of pink for the ceremony at the Norton Park Hotel. The ceremony took place in the barn and I placed one of these designs either side of the ceremony table fro maximum impact. The effect was stunning.

Pedestal flowers in the barn at the Norton Park hotel

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Nikki for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved putting these beautiful designs together for you. And very many congratulations on your marriage. 

Tuesday, 9 August 2011

Emma's green and white wedding flowers, Burley Manor

A very soft and pretty wedding in whites and greens, the look is both natural and modern too using gypsophila, roses and freesias with a touch of sparkle. 

Buttonhole of white rose, rosemary and gypsophila for the men.

Wedding bouquet of roses,freesias and gypsophila with rosemary, myrtle and diamante for our bride

Emma's wedding bouquet in whites and greens using avalanche roses, freesias, gypsophila,  a touch of fine foliage and diamante sprays to compliment the detail on her wedding gown.

Buttonholes of Akito rose with gypsophila and rosemary, boxed and ready to go.

Corsages of Akito rose with silver wire and crystal for the ladies and a buttonhole of lisianthus with rosemary and gypsophila for the children. Lisianthus are great flowers for this being smaller and lighter than your average rose but still blending in beautifully.

Chair backs of tied gypsophila for the wedding ceremony at the Burley Manor Hotel in the New Forest

The back row of the aisle decorated with tied designs of gypsophila with tulle on alternate chairs, all ready for Gary and Emma's wedding.

Modern tablecentres of gypsophila, rose and freesia with scattered leaves and table crystals for the wedding reception.

Fresh leaf place cards, a lovely finishing touch for Gary and Emma's natural wedding theme.

Fresh leaves and table crystals were also scattered along the length of the tables as a lovely and slightly more unusual finishing touch. Whilst this was a summer wedding the scattered leaves in autumnal colours look absolutely terrific for autumnal themed weddings.

For the top and ceremony table I created a beautiful long and low design of roses, freesias, lisianthus, gypsophila with rosemary and mixed foliages but unfortunately I could not get a photo, I finished the top table with these little mini designs which are proving extremely popular, scattered leaves and table crystals for a beautifully co-ordinated look. I have been promised some more photos and when they come in I will update this entry.

Meanwhile, that just leaves me to say thank you so much Gary and Emma for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I loved working on this fresh and pretty scheme for you. Very many congratulations on your marriage and I hope you have a fabulous trip, it sounded amazing.