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, 31 October 2017

Jo's Rustic Autumn Wedding Flowers, east Horton Golf Club + St John's Church, Hedge End

Jo's beautiful autumnal bouquet included champagne roses, burgundy spray rose, skimmia, veronica, astrantia and wax flower with soft trails of asparagus fern and berried eucalyptus.
A very natural and textured look that was absolutely gorgeous for her late September wedding.

Bridesmaids carried a smaller and slightly simpler version of the bride's bouquet but without the burgundy spray rose. Lovely with their pale dusky pink dresses

A beautifully autumnal buttonhole for the groom using champagne rose, burgundy skimmia, astrantia and rustic style foliages. 

Groomsmen wore a simple buttonhole of champagne rose with dusky pink wax flower and rosemary.

Jo's mum's corsage of champagne rose, apricot skimmia and a little green leaf. Soft and pretty with a touch of autumn.

Rustic style pew ends at St John's Church, Hedge End. We used champagne roses, red skimmia, berried eucalyptus and ivy trails to create this lovely, natural autumnal design.

An autumnal floral wreath around a storm lantern made a gorgeous low centrepiece for the wedding breakfast. This very natural and textured design included champagne roses, burgundy skimmia, apricot lisianthus, dusky pink astrantia and wax flower and mixed rustic style foliages to include berried eucalyptus.

A tall co-ordinating design on a cocktail vase decorated with an ivy trail. Jo mixed high and low centrepieces to give flower and colour at different levels. If you have a lot of tables, this can create a gorgeous effect.

Top Table decorated with a co-ordinating long and low design in sections with a storm lantern and church candle in between each section.

East Horton Golf Club all set up for Jo's wedding breakfast with autumnal high and low centrepieces and co-ordinating long and low trailing designs on the overhead beams. It's sadly not the best photo but the overall effect was just beautiful. I hope this gives a hint !

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

Saturday, 14 October 2017

Lucy's Country Style Pink, Lilac and White Wedding Flowers, Gray's Manor Hotel

Lucy's stunning tear drop bouquet of pink roses, freesias and stocks with lilac lisianthus, white bouvardia and ivory spray rose. Absolutely full of flower, minimal foliage and
beautiful for Lucy's late summer wedding.

Flower Girl's mini posy matches perfectly and uses a pink rose with a surround of pink freesias, lilac lisianthus, white bouvardia, ivory spray rose and a little country style foliage.

Floral circlet using ivory spray rose, lilac lisianthus and pink wax flower for the flower girls.

The matron of Honour carried a hand tied posy version of the bridal bouquet using pink roses, freesias and stocks with lilac lisianthus, ivory spray rose and white bouvardia.

Groom's buttonhole of ivory rose, pink freesia, curly twig and rosemary.

A lantern with a floral wreath around makes a beautiful low centrepiece for the tables. This light and airy design uses pink roses and freesias with lilac lisianthus, white wax flower, phlox and mixed country style foliages.

This personalised wooden crate with it's natural, country style design of pink roses, lisianthus and freesias, lilac lisianthus, white phlox and wax flower and mixed foliages makes a gorgeous statement on the top table.

Either side of the top table crate we used these pretty mini bark boxes of pink and lilac flower to continue the flower and colour along the length of the top table.

The top table at Gray's Manor decorated with Lucy's pretty wooden crate and mini bark boxes of mixed country style designs in pinks and lilacs. 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Lucy for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working on these beautiful designs for you.

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Fred and Rebecca's Classic White Wedding Flowers, Lainston House

Rebecca's bouquet, a classic mix of Avalanche roses, white spray roses and gypsophila.
Bridesmaids carried hand tied posies of massed gypsophila.

A simple, elegant buttonhole of a single white rose for the men.

Corsage of white rose, spray roses and gypsophila for the ladies. 

The outdoor ceremony flowers at Lainston House, garden urns filled with an elegant design of massed gypsophila sit either side of the pavilion, a co-ordinating design of massed gyp sits on the ceremony table and the chairs are decorated with little posies of white gypsophila. The aisle is lined with lanterns and is just about to be decorated with scattered fresh rose petals. 

The pavilion at Lainston House, decorated with simple designs of massed gypsophila ready for the wedding ceremony.

Massed white gypsophila, roses, spray roses and hydrangea atop a tall cocktail vase make a stunning and very elegant high centrepiece for the Dawley Barn at Lainston House.

The base of the tall centrepieces was decorated with 3 mini designs of white rose, spray rose and gypsophila in mini bud vases and 3 tea lights sitting in between each vase of flower. All sit on a mirror plate.

A close up of the tall centrepieces, a mass of white hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and gypsophila. 

A co-ordinating wreath of white roses, spray roses, gypsophila and hydrangea around a storm lantern with church candle make a gorgeous low centrepiece to mix in with the taller designs. They sat on a mirror plate with tea lights all around as before. 

Dawley Barn, Lainston House centrepiece and bar flowers. 

The stunning Dawley Barn at Lainston House all decorated for the wedding breakfast with 
high and low centrepieces of elegant white hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and gypsophila. the bar is decorated with long and low sections of massed white gypsophila with storm lanterns in between each section and either side of the entrance doors are the urns with their designs of massed white gypsophila. Fairy lights and candlelight complete the picture and the overall effect is just beautiful. 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Fred and Rebecca for asking me to design nd create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working with you on this beautiful scheme. 

Tuesday, 22 August 2017

Hannah and Stuart's Classic Purple and White Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

Hannah's striking but very pretty bouquet of white roses, hydrangeas and stocks with purple lisianthus and freesia. 

Bridesmaids carried co-ordinating bouquets with mauve alliums added to the combination of white roses, hydrangeas and stocks with purple lisianthus

Buttonholes of white rose with lilac freesia and a little ivy leaf for the men.

Rhinefield House all set up for the wedding breakfast with a long and low for the top table using white roses, purple lisianthus and pink gypsophila with ivy trails. The stunning mantle is decorated with a generous trailing design of white hydrangeas and roses with purple lisianthus, lilac freesia and mauve alliums. A church candle in a large storm lantern sits between each section of trailing flower and either side of the top table are 2 pedestals with co-ordinaing designs of flower. The overall effect is just stunning.

The top table flowers, a classic long and low design of white roses, purple lisianthus, pink gypsophila and ivy trails

For the centrepieces Hannah chose to use her own lanterns with a surrounding floral wreath of white roses, purple lisianthus and pink gypsophila. Very pretty.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Hannah and Stuart for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I hope you had an amazing day

Thursday, 20 July 2017

Sue and Mikes, Garden Party Style Wedding in Blues, Lavenders and Whites, Marquee, Southampton

Sue's beautiful and very summery bouquet in whites, pale blues and lavender using
white roses, stocks, agapanthus and larkspur with pale blue delphiniums and lavender lisianthus. Love the delicate colours and the english summer garden look of this one.

Bouquet of massed gypsophila and pale blue delphiniums for the bridesmaids who were in sky blue dresses.

For the men, buttonholes of gypsophila in a linear design.

Stunning urns of white hydrangeas, roses, stocks and gypsophila with blue delphiniums, lavender lisianthus and mixed green foliages were used to decorate the entrance to the marquee.

The marquee entrance with stone urns of english summer garden style flowers in whites, blues and lavenders with mixed green foliages.

The marquee with centrepieces of gypsophila with pale blue delphiniums and lavender lisianthus in low zinc pots. They look lovely and natural on these wooden garden tables and I love the sage green, pale blue and lavender paper lanterns hanging from the marquee ceiling too,

Low centrepiece of gypsophila, pale blue delphiniums and lavender lisianthus in zinc pots / buckets.

3 mini designs of gypsophila, pale blue delphinium and lavender lisianthus in little zinc pots to go round the umbrella in the middle of the garden table at this summer wedding.

Summer wedding, wooden garden tables decorated with low zinc pots of gypsophila, pale blue delphiniums and lavender lisianthus,

And last but not least the wedding cake, gypsophila themed with a tiny vase of massed gyp on the top tier and delicate foliage trails around the base. 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so  much Sue and Mike for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Karen's Copper,Gold, Peach and Pink Wedding Flowers, Chilworth Manor

Karen's stunning bouquet of Garden roses, lisianthus and freesia in a beautiful mix of blush pink, copper, gold and  peach with a dash of lime. Sex in the City meets vintage glamour, I loved making this one !

Karen's bridesmaids were in copper with a gold sash and these bouquets with their stunning Shimmer roses were a perfect compliment. Carnations, spray roses, freesias, lisianthus and a dash of lime alchemilla mollis complete the design.

For mum, a pretty corsage of white freesias with mini rose buds and berried myrtle.

Stunning tall, shabby chic meets vintage glamour style centrepiece  in golds, peach, pinks and greens using roses, spray roses, lisianthus, astilbe, carnations and alchemilla mollis. The venue is the Chilworth Manor, Southampton. Little gold pots of flowers at the base make a beautiful finishing touch.

Table centre finishing touches, beautiful little gold pots of wedding themed flowers in pinks, pale peach and lime sit at the base of the tall centrepiece.

The top table, a wedding themed mix of flowers in the bride's own gold bird cages and pots. Lace covered tea lights finish the look.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Karen's mum for asking me to design and create these wedding flowers. I absolutely loved working on this beautiful scheme.