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.

Tuesday, 24 September 2013

Hilary's Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

A lovely classic scheme with a touch of country in pinks, purple and ivory. Here are Hilary's wedding flowers. 

Bouquet of pale pink Sweet Avalanche roses, white freesia, a touch of gypsophila and rosemary make a gorgeous classic wedding bouquet for Hilary.

Bridesmaids' design of Avalanche roses, purple stocks, pale green lisianthus and rosemary. The photo doesn't quite do this design justice, it was gorgeous.

Groom buttonhole of Sweet Avalanche rose, rosemary and a touch of gypsophila.

Corsage of white freesia, rosemary and a little gyp.

Rhinefield House, wedding ceremony flowers. A gorgeous long and low trailing design of  large ivory roses, purple stocks and pink gypsophila with ivy trails for the ceremony table with two co-ordinating tall designs behind. 

And from the other side, this design was later used on the top table so this is the bride and groom's view.

Wedding ceremony flowers, Rhinefield House

Natural style tall table centre of large ivory roses, purple stocks and pink gyp with ivy rails. 

The Great Hall at Rhinefield all set out ready for the wedding breakfast with tall natural style table centres of roses, stocks and gyp. The photo uploading programme seems to have done very strange to the colours on this - sorry. Hopefully though it is enough to give you the idea.

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

Friday, 20 September 2013

Erica's Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

Erica came all the way from New Zealand for her wedding at Rhinefield House so winning the prize for my most far afield bride ! Luckily the sun shone and it was a gorgeous day. The look was very elegant with unusual colours, the bridesmaid was in Magenta so I included the stunning Blueberry rose to pick up the colour. Erica's favourite was the Memory Lane rose and with the champagne and white it looked lovely.

Magenta, mauve, champagne roses with white hydrangea and bouvardia make a gorgeous bouquet, quite striking with it's unusual colour combination. 

Memory Lane, Blue berry and Vendela roses with white hydrangea and bouvardia for our bride.  

Bridesmaid's bouquet of Blue berry and Vendela roses with white hydrangea and bouvardia.

Buttonhole of magenta Blue berry rose with a little sword fern - to reflect the New Zealand heritage.

Mum's corsage of Memory Lane rose, purple lisianthus, bouvardia and mixed foliages for a very soft and elegant look.

Tall table centre of purple - mauve hydrangeas, magenta, mauve and cream roses at Rhinefield House. 

Wreath of  mixed roses and hydrangea around a candle within a storm lantern makes a lovely low table centre. It can be really nice to mix up high and low table centres as that way you get flowers and colour at different levels. Great if you can't make up your mind between the two as well !

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Erica 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, 14 September 2013

Rosie's Vintage Wedding Weddings, Old Thorns Manor Hotel

I loved working on this very pretty shabby chic scheme for Rosie. Gorgeous colours, gorgeous flowers and lots of pretty ideas with a difference for bride's looking for a bit of inspiration.

Bouquet in pale green, silver and ivory for Rosie using roses, bouvardia, apple lisianthus and white astilbe with a little touch of eucalyptus. Perfect for the shabby chic but elegant look Rosie wanted. 

Bridesmaids bouquet of ivory roses, pink lisianthus and astilbe with a little eucalyptus to pick up the silver. 

Silver and white wrist corsage on a hand made silver wire mesh bangle with eucalyptus, white lisianthus and bouvardia. Another option for bridesmaids but perfect for Mothers of the Bride too. 

Buttonhole of Dolomiti rose, pink lisianthus and bouvardia with eucalyptus to carry the shabby chic look through to the men. This one was for the groom.

Ivory, pink and silver bridesmaids' bouquets, boxed and ready to go

Stunning floral heart using Avalanche roses, Mimi Eden spray roses, pink bouvardia and mixed foliages to carry the pink, white and silver theme through. This was hung over the pole behind the ceremony table. Floral hearts are gorgeous for venue decoration, I love them and I love making them ! 

Floral tree, a great alternative to traditional pedestal flowers and perfect for Rosie's scheme. I used large ivory and cerise roses, Mimi Eden spray roses, pink bouvardia and mixed foliages with ivy trails. This stood to one side of the ceremony table and combined with the floral heart to make a gorgeous backdrop for the wedding ceremony.

Ceremony table flowers in low pedestal bowl in pink, ivory and silver to match.

Wicker heart decorated with pink mini spray roses and foliage trails for behind the drinks table.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Rosie for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure.

Monday, 2 September 2013

Rebecca's Vintage-Garden Themed Wedding Flowers, Chilworth manor

A gorgeous vintage - garden themed wedding in soft greens and whites with a touch of silver eucalyptus. The venue was the Chilworth Manor, Southampton.

Rebecca's green and white bouquet using vintage style ivory roses, freesias, bouvardia and mixed vintage toned foliages.

A co-ordinating smaller design for the bridesmaids using Dolomiti roses for their gorgeous vintage style form and colour, freesias, bouvardia and mixed foliages.

Mini posy for the flower girl using a single Dolomiti rose with a surround of freesias and mixed vintage toned foliages.

Groom's buttonhole of rose, bouvardia, myrtle and asparagus fern.

Vintage-garden themed flowers on tall cream painted stands made stunning table centres. The white green colour scheme and the vintage - garden theme was carried through every last detail. The chairs each decorated with a trail of ivy made a gorgeous finishing touch. 

Ivory painted flower pots with flowers and tea lights were used under the tall  table centres to give some added interest there.The venue was the Lord Selbourne Suite at Chilworth Manor, a lovely room overlooking the gardens and this scheme was perfect for bringing the outdoors in. 

Photo - Kate Truepenny. Thank you Kate.

Green and white flowers on vintage cream painted stands made stunning table centres. I've used ivory roses, freesias and bouvardia with mixed garden themed foliages.
Photo- Kate Truepenny

I love this shot by Kate Truepenny. Mini flower pot of flowers with the scrolled legs of the stand and the ivy trail coming down from the floral design above. 

Mini flower pots and favours.
Photo - Kate Truepenny.

Vintage cream bird cage with natural, garden themed flowers and foliages spilling out onto the table. Loose ivy trails, flowers and tea lights in mini painted flower pots decorate the area around.

Photo - Kate Trupenny.

Top table design of mixed size ivory painted flower pots with green and white flowers. A mini painted pot with tea light and moss was placed in between each pot of flowers.
Photo - Kate Truepenny

A floral tree of ivory roses, freesias, bouvardia and mixed foliages was placed either side of the top table - seen here with one of the bird cage designs in the foreground. 

At the entrance to the room,a floral table plan using mixed green and white flowers.  Seen here before the table plan cards arrived !

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Rebecca for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this lovely scheme for you.

A massive thank you too to Kate Truepenny for the truly beautiful photos.