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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Wednesday, 27 February 2013

Ciara's Vintage Cream and Burgundy Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

For her wedding in Valentine's week, Ciara chose a colour scheme of burgundy and gold and a very soft,romantic vintage look for her flowers. Now we  all know what happens to the price of red/burgundy flowers in Valentines week and here is a lovely idea for introducing a touch of the colour whilst still keeping the look soft and romantic. Skimmia, a lovely little shrub with pale burgundy berry like buds that are absolutely perfect for this look.

Vintage,bouquet in creams, golds and burgundy with a touch of green.Perfect for a winter wedding, Ciara's was in February. I've used Vendela roses, skimmia, lisianthus, paperwhites (for a touch of spring and the scent) with mixed foliages. A gorgeous compliment for an all over vintage styled lace dress.

Burgundy and cream vintage styled bouquet, perfect for the bridesmaids who wore burgundy. Again, it is a mix of roses, skimmia, lisianthus and paperwhites with mixed foliages.

Winter bridesmaid's bouquet in creams - pale golds and burgundy. 

A little corsage for Ciara's little girl. Lisianthus ( because it is soft and very lightweight) skimmia, ivy leaves and asparagus fern. 

Groom's vintage styled buttonhole of cream rose, burgundy skimmia and paperwhites

For the mum's a co-ordinating pin on corsage of rose, paperwhites and mixed vintage toned foliages. 

For the remaining men, buttonhole of Vendela rose, burgundy skimmia and foliages.

And that completes the wedding party, next up are the church flowers. 

Sorry it's been a while - but here they are 

Fawley Church wedding, a garland for the entrance gate arch using cream roses and burgundy skimmia with mixed foliages

Floral garland of roses and skimmia for the arch over the entrance gate to the church. Gorgeous for this February wedding.

Floral tree using cream roses, burgundy skimmia and paperwhites with mixed wedding themed foliages. 

Floral trees either side of the entrance to Fawley church. 

Fawley church wedding flowers, these cream and burgundy vintage style designs look gorgeous at the church entrance.

Cream and burgundy vintage style pedestal with candles using mixed roses, lisianthus, paperwhites and skimmia. A lovely winters design with a hint of Spring, lovely for a February wedding.

Co-ordinating pew ends of ivory roses, burgundy skimmia finished with tulle bow and trails for a lovely soft and romantic vintage look.

Fawley church all ready for Ciara's wedding, pedestal and pew end flowers all in place.

Tall table centres of curly willow twigs with lisianthus look amazing at Rhinefield House where the wedding reception was held.

Twigs and flowers make a beautiful tall table centre for a winter wedding.

Curly willow and lisianthus table centre - a close up.

Rhinefield House, a February wedding and the Great Hall is decorated with tall table centres of curly willow twigs and lisianthus flowers

Vintage floral designs in jam jars decorated with a lace doily were placed on the tables in the bar area.

Ciara's gorgeous white and burgundy wedding cake was finished with a design of cream roses and skimmia.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Ciara for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I loved working on this gorgeous vintage inspired scheme for you.

Wednesday, 20 February 2013

Louise's Cream and Gold Wedding Flowers, Solent Spa

For her February wedding Louise chose a lovely colour scheme of cream, gold and ivory and a very pretty but classic look. 

Gold, cream and ivory wedding bouquet using Vendela roses, gold skeleton leaves, white lisianthus and a touch of rosemary for Louise.

Bridesmaid's bouquet of cream roses, gold skeleton leaves, white lisianthus and rosemary.

A small posy of cream rose, gold skeleton leaves and ivy leaves for the flower girls.

Vendela rose with a gold skeleton leaf and ivy leaves for the men. 

Single roses in a bud vases, tea lights and a scattering of gold skeleton leaves in between were an effective way to decorate the horseshoe table for the wedding breakfast.

Horseshoe table at the Solent Spa decorated for Louise's wedding reception.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Louise for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I hope you had a fabulous day.

Monday, 18 February 2013

Wedding Showcase, New Place, Part 3

Last but not least, it's the turn of the Arden Suite. It's January ( or at least it was) and again I have given the flowers a distinctly wintery feel but using the fresh green and white colours of the approaching ( we hope) Spring. 

Ideas for January wedding flowers, the Arden Suite at New Place is decorated with a fresh green and white scheme with lots of candlelight to create a really warm cosy atmosphere for a winter wedding reception. 

Winter wedding flowers at New Place. Here I have combined tall table centres of roses, ranunculus, paperwhites and winter foliages with low designs of a co-ordinating wreath around a candle within a storm lantern and a generous top table design in sections with candles in storm lanterns in between. The mix of high and low designs helps bring colour and flower at every level for extra impact. 

Tall, wintery table centre in a cocktail vase using large ivory roses, ranunculus and paperwhites with pine and a trail of ivy wound round the vase for a contemporary touch.

Wreath of roses, ranunculus and paperwhites around a candle within a storm lantern makes a gorgeous low table centre for a winter wedding.

Trailing top table design with candles in green and whites, perfect for creating a cosy atmosphere for a winter wedding.

The Arden Suite at New Place, all set up for a wedding. It's January and hopefully this post, and the 2 before it have helped show what a lovely time of year it can be for wedding flowers. No need to be overly Christmassy, there is a huge choice of early Spring flowers available now in readiness for the change in seasons. .

A huge thank you again to Sally Johnson for her very beautiful photos.

Saturday, 16 February 2013

Wedding Showcase, New Place, Part 2

Part two of the flowers I did for the wedding showcase at New Place in January and it's the turn of the gorgeous Bristol room all set out as it would be for a wedding ceremony.

The Bristol room at New Place all set out for a wedding ceremony. To compliment all that beautiful plaster and stonework, I chose a scheme of antique pinks.

Vintage pinks and a distinctly wintery look for these stand designs for the fireplace at New Place. The rose is called Sahara and it's a beauty. Here I've combined it with viburnum, freesia and pine, a stunning combination for a January wedding.

Co-ordinating mantlepiece design in antique pinks and vintage winter style

Vintage winter wedding flowers at New Place, the Bristol room. Stand designs are perfect for either side of the fireplace and they can be moved to the Arden Suite after the ceremony for the wedding breakfast.

The beautiful rose, Sahara is perfect for this look, I love the way the golden light of the late afternoon sun is reflecting on the stonework here, love too the ivy trail shadow on the stonework.

Many thanks as ever to Sally Johnson for these gorgeous photos

Hopefully too, I've helped show  that January wedding flowers need not be problematical, it is in fact a gorgeous time of year for flowers and for weddings.

Tuesday, 12 February 2013

Wedding Showcase, New Place, Shirrell Heath

Here at last, some of the photos from the January Wedding Showcase at New Place. A chance to see just how beautiful this venue can look when all set out ready for a wedding. We gave this one a distinctly winter theme to show couples what a lovely time of year this can be to get married. 

The dining room at New Place dressed ready for a wedding ceremony. Silver lanterns and candles line the aisle and the ceremony table is decorated with a winter themed long and low design incorporating more candles. 

Winter themed long and low design for the Ceremony table at New Place. Roses and Hellebores with skimmia, pine and eucalyptus make a gorgeous combination for a January wedding. Winter themed but looking into the Spring with it's lovely ivory, apple and silver colours.

Winter wedding flowers at New Place - Ivory, apple and silver.

My lovely new silver lanterns lining the aisle . How gorgeous do they look with all the candles lit. Matching chair covers and sashes by The Wedding Project.

A massive thank you to my friend Sally Johnson for these lovely photos.

Photos of the Bristol room and Arden suite follow as soon as I can. It's a busy time of year and I've got very behind on the photo front. Sorry.