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.

Wednesday, 31 December 2014

Kimberley's Nude-Blush, Autumn-Winter Wedding Flowers, New Place

A late November wedding, again proving just how beautiful wedding flowers for this time of year can be. The scheme is very natural using a mix of nude and blush roses, berries, thistles and seasonal foliages.

KImberley's bouquet, mixed nude and blush roses with salmon berries, silvery thistles and a touch of astilbe for an extra wintery feel.

Nude and blush rose bouquet with berries and thistles for the bridesmaids. The roses are Sahara and Quicksand.

Tiny posy of Sahara rose, spray rose, thistle and berry for the flower girl.

Nude rose buttonhole with thistle and berry for the groom.

Vintage styled buttonhole for the mums using Sahara rose, spray rose, eucalyptus berry and mixed foliages.

Bridesmaids' and flower girl's posies, all boxed and ready to go.

Stunning candelabra design using roses and spray roses in nude-blush shades, mixed berries and foliages with ivy trails for a very natural, autumn-winter feel.

Wreath of mixed roses, spray roses and berries around a chunky candle makes a gorgeous low table centre for an autumn-winter wedding. Here we have mixed them with the tall candelabra designs for flower, colour and candlelight at every level.

Mixed high and low candle designs, candelabra and wreath flowers.

A different idea for the top table, mixed grouped candles and glasses of flowers all at differing heights with loose flower and berry in between. The design combined beautifully with the candelabra and wreath designs on the guest tables.

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

Wednesday, 24 December 2014

Nicole's Winter Wedding Flowers, Roses and Thistles, Highcliffe Castle and the Lord Bute Hotel

A beautiful wintery scheme using the ever popular roses and thistles as a base but given an extra wintery feel for Nicole's late November wedding. Who says November can't be a beautiful month for wedding flowers. 

Nicole's shower bouquet of roses, thistles, astilbe, viburnum tinus berries and mixed eucalyptus. A beautiful bouquet given a wintery feel by the use of the mixed silver eucalyptus, the winter berries and the touches of astilbe.

Bridesmaid's carried smaller posy style versions but without the astilbe.

Tiny flower girl posy of rose, spray rose, thistle and eucalyptus. 

Gorgeous buttonholes of rose, thistle, heather and eucalyptus for the men.

Rose, spray rose, heather and eucalyptus corsages for the ladies.

Stunning royal blue and ivory table centre using roses, spray roses, delphinium, green skimmia and eucalyptus in an elegant low pedestal bowl.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Nicole for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this seasonal scheme with it's shots of royal blue.

Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Hannah's Classic Wedding Flowers - Cain manor

A late November wedding that shows there is no need to have winter style wedding flowers at this time of year if that is not what you want. There are still plenty of very  beautiful flower choices around.

Natural style shower bouquet using Memory Lane and Metallina roses, pink freesias, spray rose and white bouvardia with natural foliages and ivy trails. Very beautiful

Hand tied bouquet of Memory Lane roses, pink freesias and white bouvardia with mixed foliages for the bridesmaids.

Groom's co-ordinating buttonhole of Memory Lane rose, pink freesia and mixed vintage style foliage.

Simple Memory Lane rose and mixed foliage buttonholes for the remaining men.

Beautiful, trailing top table and ceremony table design using Memory Lane and Metallina roses, spray roses, freesias and bouvardia with natural mixed foliages and ivy trails. Designed to take a church candle in a lantern in between each section and at each end. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Hannah for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Monday, 1 December 2014

Natalie's Autumn Wedding Flowers, New Place

Well the catching up isn't going too well but I have managed to sort a few shots to share from Natalie's lovely autumn wedding at New Place. Some lovely ideas here for anyone looking for inspiration for an autumn wedding.

Natalie's beautiful, white and green bouquet using roses, bouvardia and lisianthus with a little gyp and mixed foliage. 

Lanterns, candles and scattered rose petals used to decorate the aisle.

The view as the bride enters the Bristol room at New Place. The stunning fireplace looks amazing decorated with a trailing mantle design with candles and a pedestal design either side.

Fireplace flowers in whites and greens, simple, natural but still elegant. I've used roses, lisianthus, gyp, green skimmia, oak leaf and ivy trails to create the effect.

Gorgeous idea for an autumn table centre. Tall vase of curly twigs and lisianthus flowers. The table below is decorated with massed tea lights and scattered oak leaves to create a wonderfully warm autumn look.

Green Oak leaves make beautiful and very natural place cards.

Storm lanterns, candles and scattered oak leaves on the window ledges make the perfect finishing touch.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Natalie for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on this lovely scheme and seeing all the ideas come together on the day for you.

Sunday, 16 November 2014

Nicola's Country Style Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

I really should have posted the images of Nicola's flowers much sooner because if I say so myself, they really were rather beautiful. House move has a lot to answer for ! But better late than never - here they are.

Nicola's country style bouquet in soft blue, pink, lilac and ivory. I have used a few roses mixed with agapanthus, scabious, larkspur, stocks, freesias and wax flower. Some real english country garden favourites in there. The overall effect is soft, natural and very pretty.

A small comb of lisianthus, spray rose and wax flower for the bride's hair

Lady's buttonhole of rose, freesia, wax flower and rosemary.

For the bride's mum, a small spray of lisianthus, spray rose and wax flower designed to go on a small clutch bag.

The entrance porch at Rhinefield House, the stone ledge is decorated with candles all surrounded by wedding themed flowers in blues, dusky pinks and ivory. 

Stunning, tumbling flowers for the fireplace at Rhinefield House in pinks and blues. The hydrangeas are great for this job and look spectacular mixed with delphiniums, spray roses and mixed trailing foliages. Each section is separated by a large lantern containing a church candle. This is a large design but can always be scaled down for smaller mantles

The table centres were a co-ordinating mix of country style flowers in soft blues and dusky pinks in a wreath around a church candle in a storm lantern. Rhinefield House was made for candlelight and this type of design is a great option for anyone looking for low table centre ideas at this venue.

The same mix of flowers scaled up into a beautiful trailing design for the somewhat large fireplace in the Great Hall at Rhinefield. The overall effect of the 2 co-ordinating designs at different levels and all that candlelight is quite stunning.

A smaller, trailing design for the mantle in the Kings Room where the drinks reception was held. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Nicola for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. As you can probably tell, I absolutely loved working on this beautiful and very natural scheme for you. 

Friday, 31 October 2014

Clare's Vintage Style Wedding Flowers, Botley Park

A lovely vintage styled wedding from late August, yes - I am starting the great catch up !
 I won't get them all posted but hope to share some lovely late summer- autumn schemes over the next few weeks.

Clare's gorgeous vintage styled bouquet in soft dusky pinks and blush with a hint of ivory and silver. I have used Sweet Avalanche and Upper Secret roses, spray roses, astilbe and asclepia with a little eucalyptus to create the look. The stems are finished with a vintage lace for the perfect finishing touch.

Vintage styled dusky pink - blush bouquet of mixed roses, spray roses, asclepia and astilbe with lace wrap to finish.

Gorgeous but simple vintage styled buttonhole of Upper Secret rose with eucalyptus berry

Tiny posy of rose, spray rose, asclepia and eucalyptus with lace wrap for the flower girls.

Adult bridesmaids carried a smaller version of the bridal bouquet but without the astilbe. Mixed vintage style roses always look lovely.

Tall centrepiece of mixed pink-blush roses and spray roses on vintage styled cream painted stand.

Cream painted bird cages with a wedding themed design of mixed pink-blush roses and spray roses looked lovely mixed in with the tall table centres.

And finally, Clare's gorgeous 4 tier wedding cake with the space between the tiers packed with dusky pink and blush roses, spray roses and a little eucalyptus berry. 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Clare for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this beautiful vintage styled scheme.

Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Katherine's Wedding Flowers, Marwell Hotel

Well, it has been an embarrassingly long time since I last posted. A house move is the reason, way too much sorting, packing, more sorting and unpacking for a busy wedding florist ! However all done now and normal service on the blogging front resumes.First up is this lovely late August wedding using orchids and gladioli to give a touch of simple glamour.

Katherine's shower bouquet of pink and purple orchids, pink freesias.

Hand tied bouquet of Memory Lane roses, purple singapore orchids and pink freesias for Katherine's bridesmaid.

Simple buttonhole of pink phalaenopsis orchid.

The bouquet in action, the colours look lovely with the bridesmaid's dress

Tiny co-ordinating single rose posy for the flower girls.

Purple gladioli make tall, simple but striking and quite contemporary centrepieces. They look great here on the tables at the Marwell Hotel.

Simple but striking top table design of loose purple gladioli flowers and candles.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Katherine for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you and I am so glad you were so happy with them.