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.
All designs here are entirely my own work.
All images copyright Fiori by Lynne unless otherwise stated.
Tuesday, 26 June 2012
I have got a little behind with my blog lately, very sorry ! Please do bear with me because I have some gorgeous schemes to share with you. More posts with lots of lovely photos follow soon. Which according to my Sat Nav is the turning after the next one - usually !!
Kelly chose red as the colour scheme for her wedding but for her bouquet was keen to use a blend of Cranberry reds, oranges with a dash of lime in a soft but very modern design. And so here they are Kelly's wedding flowers.
Modern trailing bouquet of red roses, orange orchids and freesias with pale green cymbidium orchids and trails of red rose petals and orange orchids. Very striking and very unusual, I loved making this wedding bouquet for Kelly.
Co-ordinating buttonhole of red rose and orange orchid for Luke.
Bouquet of roses, orchids and freesias in reds, oranges and pale green. This design would be suitable for a bridesmaid but in fact is Kelly's bouquet without the trails. It looked quite stunning at this stage and so I thought you might like to see it. In fact the bridesmaids wore trailing wrist corsages of orange rose petals, sadly not something that photographs well unless it is being worn but you can see the corsage design in my main web site in the bouquets section.
Table centre of red roses and petals with candle and tea lights, just stunning with all the candles lit.
Wedding flowers at the De Vere Grand Harbour, Southampton
Romantic top table design of red rose petals, candles and tea lights.
Simple cake topper of red roses and petals.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Luke and Kelly for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure. I hope you both had a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage.
For her wedding at the Forest Lodge Hotel, Stacey choose modern designs centred on roses and calla lilies with grasses and lots of sparkle. The Forest Lodge has a very modern look so the contemporary designs were perfect for the setting.
Contemporary bouquet of Vendela roses with ivory calla lilies, pearls and diamante for our bride.
Groom's buttonhole of calla lily, lisianthus and grass.
Co-ordinating bouquets of roses, calla lilies and pearls for the bridesmaids.
Simple design of calla lily and grasses for the remaining men.
Bridesmaids' bouquets boxed and ready to go.
Contemporary stand design of roses, calla lilies palm leaves and grasses for the Forest Lodge hotel entrance.
Simple designs of rose, a swirl of grass and a scattering of table diamonds for the ceremony table.
Calla lilies and grasses in a goldfish bowl made the perfect table centres. A mirror plate and generous scattering of table diamonds completes the look.
The wedding cake with a simple but romantic surround of calla lily pairs and scattered table diamonds.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Stacey for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on these very modern designs and very many congratulations on your marriage.
Sunday, 10 June 2012
A sneak preview of Penny's wedding flowers, the very popular roses and "thistles" given a summery twist for this gorgeous village church wedding with a reception at Highclere Castle . More words follow soon, just as soon as I get a moment ! These flowers were so beautiful I thought you might like to see.
Highclere Castle, the stunning setting for Downton Abby and Penny's wedding reception.
English rose and Scottish thistle bouquet given a soft, summer twist with pale pink astilbe and spray rose
Bouquet of roses, thistles, freesias and astilbe with mixed foliages. A gorgeous mix of pink, blue and green to tie in with the blue and fresh green in the groom's tartan.
Rose and thistle buttonhole with rosemary.
Ivory and pink bouquet of mixed roses, freesias and astilbe with a touch of foliage for the bridesmaid. This was a bouquet that was hard to part with !
Flower girl posy to match, little design of rose,freesia, astilbe and a touch of foliage. Perfect for tiny hands.
Ladies' corsage of ivory rose, pink spray rose and rosemary.
Wedding themed church flowers in pinks, blue and greens. Tied pew ends and pedestals.
Church pedestal flowers with candles using roses, thistles, freesias, astilbe and lisianthus with long ivy trails for a very soft romantic look.
Tied pew ends with tulle bow and trails. I created these ivory, pink and blue designs using ivory roses, thistles, lisianthus and astilbe with foliages
Church wedding flowers, pew ends and pedestals. St Andrews church at Collingbourne Ducis all set up for Penny's wedding. A Pedestal design either side at the top of the aisle and pew ends decorating alternate pews down the length.
Tied pew end of rose, thistle, freesia and astilbe in blue,pink and ivory. The tulle bow and trails help create a really soft, romantic look.
Church wedding flowers in ivory, pink and blue.
Congratulations Penny & David, now happily married.
Highclere Castle, wedding flowers, all set out ready for Penny and David's wedding reception.
Highclere Castle wedding flowers, a tall table centre in ivory, pink and blue using mixed roses, freesias, thistles and lisanthus. Perfect for the period setting of the library.
Low table Centre with a scottish theme, roses, thistles and astilbe.
The tall tablecentres were mixed with these co-ordinating low designs for colour and flower at every level.
Our very lovely bride - This gorgeous image is by Fazackarley.com just one of the very beautiful photographs taken of Penny and David's day
The library at Highclere Castle, wedding table flowers.
Wedding flowers at Highclere Castle, the library decorated with a mix of high and low table centres all ready for the wedding reception.
I love this cake ! Image by Fazackarley.com
And it's goodbye from them. The bride, the groom and Highclere Castle.
Image by Fazackarley.com
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Penny for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was a pleasure working with you on these gorgeous designs. I hope you had a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage.
A huge thank you too to Simon of Fazackarley.com for taking such amazing pictures of Penny and David's day and for sharing them with us.
Thursday, 7 June 2012
For her wedding, Lisa choose a gorgeous vintage look in rich creams and buttermilks mixed with ivory and pearls. I loved the more unusual colours here. In fact they make a wonderful choice for low light venues as the colours appear rich, warm and almost luminous even in very low light.
Vintage style bouquet in ivory and creams- buttermilks using roses and stocks with a little foliage and big pearls buried within the design. The bouquet is finished with a big ivory floppy bow to match the detail on the Lisa's dress. I loved it !
Groom buttonhole of rose with pearl centre, a little eucalyptus and an ivory ribbon stem.
Co-ordinating posy of roses, stocks, pearls and foliage for the bridesmaid.
Black and white corsage for the bride's mum. A stunning design of Akito rose, black diamante, black looped grass and hand made black wire mesh leaves. Finished with ivory ribbon stem.
Vintage styled tall table centres in ivory, cream - buttermilk using roses, stocks and lisianthus with mixed vintage toned foliages. The design uses a trumpet vase containing lisianthus sitting in a pool of pearls for a gorgeous finishing touch.
Vintage styled wedding flowers at the Spread Eagle Hotel, Midhurst. The flowers looked just perfect in this gorgeous setting.
Trailing top table design in ivory and rich buttermilks using mixed roses, stocks and lisianthus.
Wedding Flowers at the Spread Eagle Hotel, Midhurst. All ready, just need the bride, the groom and the rest of the party.
Cake table garland of mixed roses and foliage to circle the rather stunning wedding cake.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Lisa for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I really loved working with you on this stunning scheme. I hope you had a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage.
Sunday, 3 June 2012
For Laura, a lovely English country garden scheme with a touch of vintage in a summery mix of blue, pink and ivory.
Blue, pink and ivory bouquet country style using roses, nigela, stocks, agapanthus and a touch of pink gypsophila for our bride.
Flower girl mini posy of rose, nigela, stock and gypsophila in ivory pink and blue.
Buttonhole of rose and blue agapanthus for the groom.
Country style bouquets in blue,pink and ivory using roses, stocks, nigela, agapanthus and gypsophila. A smaller version of the bridal bouquet for the bridesmaids and a mini posy for the flower girls.
Lady's corsage of lisianthus and gypsophila country style
Table Centres, country style flowers using vintage tea cups and jam jars.
Country style flowers in vintage tea cups and a jam jar. Mixed designs in blue,pink and ivory using roses, agapanthus, nigela, stocks and gypsophila
Tea cup flowers, country-vintage style, a close up.
Blue, pink and ivory wedding flowers in a tea cup
Table centres at the Marwell hotel, all set up ready for Laura's wedding.
That just leaves me to say thank you so much Laura for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was a pleasure working with you on this gorgeous summery scheme. Ane very many congratulations on your marriage.