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.

Sunday, 29 July 2012

Lizzy's Classic Wedding Flowers, Hospital of St Cross,Winchester

A classic but very pretty look for Lizzy in barely there colours, ivory, pale green and the palest of pinks. The venue was the Hospital of St Cross, a first for there for me. I have to say the grounds were stunning, shame about the weather ! It was wet - very wet in fact but the flowers gave a gorgeous hint of summer.

Classic bouquet of mixed roses, freesias, pale green lisianthus and bouvardia with a tiny touch of gyp and myrtle for Lizzy. I've used Dolomiti mixed with Green Fashion and a stunning spray rose called Bombastic to get the look.

Bridesmaid's bouquet of ivory roses, freesias, pale pink spray roses, Green Fashion roses, pale green lisianthus with a touch of gyp and myrtle. It co-ordinates beautifully with the bridal bouquet but is not the same.

Classic bouquet of Dolomiti rose and double leaf for the men.

Tall, classic table centre of mixed pastel roses in ivory, pink and green with freesia, lisianthus and gypsophila. These suited the marquee perfectly and create real impact as you walk in. Underneath are long burn tea lights in hired votive holders to create a magical atmosphere as the light goes down.

Wreath of mixed roses, freesias, lisianthus and gypsophila in ivory, pink and green around a central candle. These make gorgeous table centres for a wedding and again there are tea lights all around .

Wedding Flowers at the Hospital of St Cross, Winchester. I love the way these flowers work with the gardens seen behind through the clear walls of the marquee.

A mix of tall and low table centres works well as it creates flower and colour at every level for this wedding at the Hospital of St Cross. 

Cake topper of roses, bouvardia and myrtle blend perfectly with the iced flowers on the wedding cake.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Lizzy for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I hope you had a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Saturday, 28 July 2012

Mandy's Country Style Wedding Flowers, Langrish House

For her wedding at Langrish House Mandy chose a gorgeous bright, country style scheme in bright blues, purples, pinks and lime featuring english summer flowers and fern from her native New Zealand. And so here they are - Mandy's wedding flowers

Country style wedding bouquet in bright blue,purple, dusky pinks and lime using delphinium, rose,clematis, freesia, alchemilla mollis and sword fern

Bouquet of blue delphinium, purple clematis, pink freesias, cool water roses, scabious, alchemilla mollis and fern.

Buttonholes of Cool Water rose, spray rose and fern for the men

Corsage of pink freesias and fern for the mums.

For the flower girls, little wedding themed posy of rose, freesia, delphinium, fern and alchemilla mollis.

Tall country style table centre of bright blue delphiniums, pink roses and freesias with purple clematis and a dash of lime alchemilla mollis. These delphiniums are just stunning and the stem inside the trumpet vase makes a gorgeous finishing touch.

A close up, Cool Water roses, delphinium, clematis and freesias in a beautiful rustic style mix.

Finishing touches, royal blue delphinium and lime alchemilla Mollis inside this trumpet vase.

Mixed vase designs were used on the ceremony table, the top table and also on a couple of the guest tables. They allow a gorgeous spread of flower and colour over a larger area than would be the case if all the flowers were in the one container. Here we have one of my favourites, scabious and clematis with alchemilla.

Mixed vase table designs, country style

Wedding flowers at Langrish House, tall table centre - Country style

A close up - Image by Kate Truepenny

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Mandy for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I absolutely loved working on this country style scheme with all those gorgeous summer flowers and bright colours. And very many congratulations on your marriage.

Thursday, 19 July 2012

Carly's Summer Wedding Flowers, Montague Arms, Beaulieu

It's the first week in July - or at least it was when I did these wedding flowers - and it is the last of the peonies until next year. Such beautiful flowers but such a short season and luckily for Carly her wedding was just in time to catch them.

Ivory roses, pink peonies, lavender, stocks, a touch of gypsophila and a little mixed foliage make a gorgeous wedding bouquet for Carly. A real breath of summer and beautifully scented too. I loved it !

English summer bouquet in pinks, lavenders, ivories and greens using peonies, lavender, stocks, roses and gypsophila.

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

Corsage of roses and foliage for the ladies.

For the bridesmaids, a smaller version of the bridal bouquet.

A trailing mantlepiece design of peonies, roses, stocks and lavender with candles for the fireplace at the Montague Arms. A gorgeous design for a summer wedding.

A wreath of roses, stocks, hydrangea and lavender surround a chunky candle for a gorgeous summer table centre.

Rose place setting at the Montague Arms, every place setting was decorated in this way for a beautiful finishing touch to the tables.

The long tables were decorated with mixed wedding themed vase designs of summer flowers with tea lights in between. You can see the rose place settings and the pots of jam acting as favours. The overall effect is beautiful.

Summer wedding flowers at the Montague Arms. 

Wedding flowers at the Montague Arms, Beaulieu - Summer fireplace design of roses, peonies, stocks and lavender.

Peonies and log fires, not something you see together very often ! It might have been mid summer but clearly no-one told the weather. It could have been worse but it wasn't good - at all so the fires were lit to add some warmth and help dry us all out !

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Carly for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I absolutely loved working on this beautiful summery scheme. I hope you had  a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Tuesday, 10 July 2012

Amanda's Vintage/Shabby Chic Wedding Flowers, Burley Manor

Amanda's wedding was full of lovely ideas for a theme based on the Shabby Chic and/or Vintage tea party look. Beautiful flowers in the dusky pink, fresh green and cream colour mix. Flowers in tea cups, cake stands, lanterns, vintage glass, enamel jugs and all manor of other pretty little containers. Bunting, lace table runners and strands of pearls, it is all here. I will write more later but in the meantime here is a sneak preview of the flowers I created for Amanda.

Shabby Chic / Vintage bouquet in dusky pinks, creams and greens using roses, freesias, lisianthus and mixed foliage with astilbe. 

Amanda's bouquet, Keano roses, cream spray roses, pale green lisianthus, freesias  and astilbe for that hint of shabby chic. 

Buttonholes and corsages boxed and ready to go. Rose, myrtle and asparagus fern with a touch of spray rose for the groom. A co-ordinating but more detailed design for the ladies and a simpler version without the spray rose for the men.

Groom's buttonhole vintage style, pink rose, cream spray rose, myrtle and asparagus fern. 

Bridesmaid's bouquet in dusky pinks, pale greens and cream, a smaller version of the bride's bouquet and without the astilbe.

Flower girl's petal basket decorated with roses and myrtle.

Mixed vase designs in pinks and creams decorate the ceremony table at the Burley Manor. 

Standard bay trees with pink roses were placed either side of the ceremony table.

Tied chair back / pew end in the shabby chic style finished with a tie of lace. Roses, lisianthus and astilbe in pinks and greens make a gorgeous chair back and here we used them on the chairs that lined the aisle in an alternating pattern.

Rose, peony, freesia, hydrangea and astilbe in mixed vase designs for a lovely informal look on the ceremony table.

Wedding flowers at Burley Manor, the ceremony room all ready for Amanda's wedding. Tied floral chair backs line the aisle and the bay trees decorated with roses make the ceremony table with it's pretty mixed vase designs a real focal point. All together a gorgeous backdrop for the wedding ceremony.

Reception Flowers

Amanda had a gorgeous selection of vintage, shabby chic and rustic bits and pieces and the plan was to use them all across the 2 rooms used for the vintage tea party themed reception. The dining room was to be the more formal of the 2 with more muted colours while  the conservatory was to have a more rustic feel with brighter colours.

The Dining Room

Vintage tea party table,  flowers in vintage tea cups and saucers on a lace table runner, strands of pearls run in between and tea lights in silver votives finish the look.

Peony, rose and lisianthus in a gorgeous vintage blue and silver preserve bowl.

The blue glass and silver table. Flowers in various blue cut glass vases and containers and a pretty little silver bird cage tea light holder. All on a lace table runner.

Cake stand filled with roses, peonies, hydrangeas and lisianthus in pinks and greens. Tea cups and saucers filled with flowers run the length of the table runner for a gorgeous tea party themed wedding table. 

Cake stand flowers in pinks, creams and greens.

Cream candelabra, cut glass vases filed with peonies, freesias, roses and astilbe and strands of pearls on a beautiful linen and lace table runner for this table with it's slightly more glamourous feel.

The  vintage glamourous look, the cut glass vase with peony, rose and freesia and stands of pearls and crystals below.

Dusky pink and soft cream flowers for this vintage glam table

Soft cream spray roses and palest pink astilbe look gorgeous in this tea cup.

Cream bird cage and lanterns filled with cream, pink and green flowers. Peonies, hydrangeas, roses and lisianthus tumble out of the containers onto the tablecloth.

The lantern table, roses, peonies, hydrangeas and lisianthus fill the lanterns and spill down onto the table runner for a soft, relaxed and romantic look.

Amanda's wire candle holder surrounded by roses and hydrangeas in pink and green. Pearls and loose hydrangea florets decorate the length of the table.

The conservatory

Brighter flowers and a more rustic feel for the lovely conservatory at the Burley Manor

Bright pink peonies with freesias and myrtle look gorgeous in this enamel jug and Amanda's bottles.

Herb pots filled with myrtle and pink lisianthus look gorgeous on this table.

Amanda's rustic twig container, filled with pink roses, pale green lisianthus and cream spray roses with tea lights in holders in between.

Enamel jug with peonies, roses, freesias and astilbe

Amanda's metal container, once used for growing lettuce now used to decorate this table filled with green hydrangea ( I was remembering the lettuce !) pink roses and lisianthus.

All containers ( save the bird cage) were Amanda's own, there is a huge variety here so plenty of inspiration for brides looking for ideas for flowers on the vintage tea party and / or shabby chic lines. Keeping the flowers consistent was the key to having the look work as a whole while giving each table it's own individual look.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Amanda for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure and I am so glad you loved them so much. I really loved putting this look together for you and working with your many and varied gorgeous "bits and pieces" And very many congratulations on your marriage.