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.

Saturday, 23 July 2011

Alison's pale green and white wedding flowers, Potters Heron, Ampfield

I loved Alison's choice of colours, deep dark chocolate combined with fresh pale green and white, perfect for a warm summers day. The look was totally classic yet modern too and I really loved working on this gorgeous little wedding. So - here they are - Alison's wedding flowers. 

Buttonhole of calla lily with pale green lisianthus and myrtle for our groom. The remaining men wore buttonholes of a pale green rose and myrtle.  

Wedding bouquet of calla lily, freesia, bouvardia, agapanthus, lisianthus,rose and mixed foliages for our bride.   

The happy couple 

Green and white bouquet with calla lilies

Pale green and white bouquets of rose, freesia, agapanthus, bouvardia and lisianthus  with mixed foliages for the bridesmaids who were in deep chocolate dresses. 

Rose,freesia, bouvardia and agapanthus bouquet in pale green and white

Pale green and white wedding bouquets, all boxed and ready to go.

For the ceremony room at the Potters Heron Hotel, I placed two standard bay trees decorated with fairy lights either side of the ceremony table.

Cube vase table centre of green roses with white freesia, bouvardia, agapanthus and pale green lisianthus. All we need now are the chairs, the plates, the glasses and the cutlery - oh and the guests !

All done.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Alison for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you and for sharing your photos with us.  And very many congratulations on your marriage.   

Tuesday, 19 July 2011

Elizabeth's vintage lace themed wedding flowers in mauve and white

The colours of the bridesmaids dresses were the determining factor behind the choice of flowers for Elizabeth's lavender and lace themed wedding - save the colour wasn't lavender exactly. Stunning though it was, the colour defies description. I think the manufacturers called it shadow - no that didn't help me either. It was sort of a delicate plum with hints of lavender and being silk it reflected the light beautifully. Anyway, some of the vintage toned roses complimented it perfectly and Elizabeth settled on Amnesia. And so here they are - Elizabeth's Lavender and lace themed wedding flowers. 

Buttonhole of Akito rose and rosemary for the men.

Vintage style bridal bouquet of roses, hydrangea and bouvardia for Elizabeth. The bouvardia is perfect for picking up on the lace part of the theme and the Amnesia roses are doing their bit on the colour.

Amnesia and Akito roses, white hydrangea and bouvardia were used to make Elizabeth's beautiful vintage but classic wedding bouquet which I finished with a lace wrap and pearls. I was sorry to part with it !

Bouquets of white roses, a delicate touch of pink gypsophila and a lace wrap finish for the bridesmaids.

White rose bridesmaids bouquets with pink gypsophila and lace to finish

Floral garlands for the marquee poles. I used roses, clusters of hydrangea and pink gypsophila to make these natural styled garlands that were wound down the length of the 3 marquee poles. Sadly the photos don't do them justice but if you click on the image you can see a larger version which is better and shows more detail.

Marquee pole garlands, the style is natural and the end result was stunning.

VIntage style table centre of Amnesia roses, white hydrangea and bouvardia with pink gypsophila in the base.

Vintage style table centres, white and mauve 

Marquee wedding flowers

Place setting of pink gypsophila tucked into a wrap of lace for each napkin. A simple little touch that looked a million dollars.

Marquee wedding flowers, the combination of the floral garlands and the low table centres was really beautiful, please do click on the image to see the detail.

I am hoping to get some better pictures of these flowers and if I do I will update this entry with them so do keep an eye out. These do it so little justice I could cry ! 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Elizabeth for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I loved putting this look together for you - and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Saturday, 9 July 2011

Kim's Vintage wedding flowers,Princess Caroline

Mid July and we are coming to the end of the peony season already. Just enough time though to squeeze in this gorgeous vintage dusky pink, cream and green scheme for Kim's wedding.  

Groom's buttonhole of cream rose with variegated pittosporum leaf and looped grass to echo the detail in Kim's bouquet.

Kim's vintage wedding bouquet in dusky pinks, creams and greens. To make it I used beautiful open peonies and a mix of Vendella, Cezanne and Old Dutch roses with variegated foliage and looped grass. The diamante sprays were added to echo the stunning diamante straps of Kim's dress.

Vintage wedding bouquet in dusky pinks and creams using peonies and roses.

Kim had 3 bridesmaids and she wanted their bouquets to echo the look of hers but to each be different in some way. So I used only one of the 3 roses from Kim's bouquet in each of them.

Vintage cream, pink and green bouquet using peonies and Vendella roses. 

Peony vase design for the wedding reception. Kim's reception was aboard the Princess Caroline. I was asked to fill Kim's own vases with mixed wedding themed designs. There were 3 sizes and this little one contains a pink peony with foliage and looped grass.   

This much larger design was made for the large vases. It looked stunning

The third size was the small crackle glaze votive holders which I filled with mixed designs of roses, lisianthus and foliages. And here they are ( well a few of them anyway ) all packed and ready to go aboard. Perfect for decorating the long tables of the ship. 

Probably these flowers are enjoying their little cruise along the Solent as we speak, the sun is shining and it must be absolutely glorious. 

That just leaves me to say, thank you so much Kim for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you and for sharing your beautiful photos. I really loved putting it all together for you. I hope you had a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage. 

Wednesday, 6 July 2011

Beth's Contemporary Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

For her wedding at Rhinefield House Beth chose an orange and gold scheme. The flowers were to be  bright, bold and modern using orange lilies - and only orange lilies - mixed with lots of green foliages, a touch of gold and lots of candlelight. Wonderfully atmospheric.
 And so here they are - Beth's wedding flowers

Modern buttonhole of small orange lily with gold ting ting for the groom.

Beth's contemporary wedding bouquet of orange lilies with a touch of gold ting ting and a surround of fatsia leaves.  

Contemporary wedding bouquet of lilies. I also put a lily and some gold ting ting on a wire for Beth's hair, she looked completely amazing. 

Modern bouquets of ivory lilies and gold ting ting for the bridesmaids who were in orange tea length dresses with an ivory net underskirt. Gorgeous.

Modern buttonholes of alstromeria for the men

Corsage of alstromeria and ruscus leaves for the mums.

Orange lily and foliage wand style posy with a touch of gold ting ting for the flower girl.

The Wedding ceremony flowers at Rhinefield House. The table was decorated with a long and low design of orange lilies, church candles, mixed foliages and gold ting ting and either side I placed a co-ordinating pedestal design.

The ceremony flowers moved to the top table for the wedding breakfast.

Candelabra designs at Rhinefield House of orange lilies, gold ting ting and trails of ivy wound down to the table for the guest tables. 

Beth's wedding flowers at Rhinefield House, the bride's view from the top table, with all those candles lit it would have looked quite magical. Whilst Beth had a mid summer wedding, this is a gorgeous look for an autumn or winter wedding too. The lilies are available all year round and all pollen stamens are removed to avoid the risk of staining. Whilst some people find the oriental lilies a problem in view of the strong scent, here I have used an asiatic variety which have no perfume.  

That just leaves me to say, thank you so much much Beth for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I loved working on these bright, bold and modern designs for you and very many congratulations on your marriage.