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, 28 May 2011

Deborah's Country Style Wedding Flowers, Lilacs, pinks, whites and purples

Deborah had decided on a lovely, loose, natural, country style for her wedding flowers with soft lilacs, pinks, purples and white being the colours. Having decided the style and the colours and having discussed her favourite flowers, she was happy for me to choose the precise content. And here is what I came up with for her, a gorgeously scented mix of white lilac ( one of her very favourites), stocks ( another one) and mixed lisianthus ( and another one) with a rose called " Memory Lane" 

Groom's buttonhole of Rose, Lilac, Lisianthus and eucalyptus. Designed to co-ordinate perfectly. 

Deborah's Country style wedding bouquet of white lilac with lilac stocks and a little pink and purple lisianthus

Thank you Deborah for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers, it was a complete pleasure, I loved the look. And very many congratulations on your wedding. 

Jaynes' Vintage white and Mauve Wedding Flowers, Southampton Art Gallery

For her May wedding, Jayne choose the very beautiful, very blowsy and gorgeously scented white peony, one of my favourites, for her bouquet. We teamed it with the lovely vintage mauve toned rose called "Amnesia" (- not sure about the name for a wedding but we loved the colour ) and a little eucalyptus to give it the natural vintagey look Jayne was looking for. 

Jayne's bouquet, white peonies, mauve roses and eucalyptus. I was sorry to part with it !

Jayne's bridesmaids were wearing chocolate, for them I created bouquets of "Vendella"  roses, double lisianthus and eucalyptus

Rose, lisianthus and eucalyptus bouquet. 

The ceremony table at Southampton Art Gallery, with Jayne's long and low design of white peonies, mauve roses and double lisianthus with mixed eucalyptus.

Southampton Art Gallery wedding flowers.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Jayne for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers, it was an absolute pleasure - and very many congratulations on your marriage.

Sunday, 15 May 2011

Jo's Spring Wedding Flowers, Wardour Castle

You hear alot about "journeys" these days and seemingly we all need to go on one. So when I got the chance to prepare a floral scheme for Jo's wedding at the very beautiful Wardour Castle, I couldn't resist it. A little out of my normal area though it is, it took nearly three hours to get there !! Over the tank crossings of Salisbury plain I went, past Stonehenge ( don't mention the roadworks !!) through tiny villages, narrow roads, via Jo's mums and then seemingly into the middle of nowhere after a little "are you sure exchange" with the sat nav. Then, just like in the films the castle appeared. In no time we had it all set up for Jo's wedding and the "journey" was all so very worth it. 

Green and white spring bouquet of roses, paperwhites and ivy trails for Jo's Bridesmaid. Perfect for the natural, english spring time look we settled on in our discussions. The paerwhites are gorgeous little flowers and have a beautiful scent, winter brides might like to know they become available in December.

Jo's  Spring wedding bouquet. Roses, paperwhites, and a surround of mixed green foliages including asparagus fern for a really lovely natural look perfect for a wedding in the stunning setting that is Wardour Castle. It looked just beautiful with Jo's gorgeous lace dress.   

Buttonhole of scented paperwhites and ruscus leaves.

Wardour Castle, such a fabulous place for a wedding. The observant will notice it has no roof so there were many prayers and crossed fingers for a fine day. Thankfully, we were lucky.

The pavillion by the lake where the wedding ceremony takes place, decorated with 2 free standing designs of roses, paperwhites, double lisianthus and mixed green foliages. 

Wardour castle,well wedding flowers, a floral tree. 
The courtyard (open air) was used for the drinks reception. In the centre is a well which Jo was keen to make a feature of. In keeping with natural, english spring time theme and with the courtyard I suggested a floral tree. Large roses, paperwhites and double lisianthus with mixed green foliages and ivy trails were used to make it and around the rim of the well I placed co-ordinating designs in flower pots. 

Spring wedding flowers at Wardour castle, the well. This time taken from up the stone stairs. 

The floral tree, another view because at this venue there were so many beautiful shots I couldn't choose !

Jo's flower pot designs, used here to decorate the well and later moved and used as table centres for the reception. 

The flower pots, now table centres at the Langton Arms. 

Jo's wedding cake flowers, I used roses, paperwhites and lisianthus with fern to create the look. 

I hope you like the photos.

 It just leaves me to say thank you so much Jo for choosing me to design and create these flowers for you. I really loved working on this scheme for you and putting it all together at the Castle. And very many congratulations on your marriage, you looked completely gorgeous.

Wednesday, 4 May 2011

Kelly's Wedding Flowers,Princess Caroline

Kelly's contemporary wedding flowers. Roses and calla lilies with a touch of sparkle for the bride and masses of roses and petals for the reception aboard the Princess Caroline. 

Calla lily,rose and diamante wedding bouquet for Kelly.

Bouquets of Vendella roses with burgundy diamante for her bridesmaid and flower girl.

Co-ordinating corsage for the mums

The Princess Caroline in Ocean Village,Southampton. A little cruise, what a lovely idea for a wedding reception.

 The boat all decorated up with masses of roses and petals for Kelly's Wedding reception. I have to say little pictures don't really do this justice, click the image and you get a much bigger version with a much better idea as to just how lovely this venue looked.

Contemporary low table centres of red roses set out in lines down the long  tables and finished off with masses of scattered petals look lovely in this setting. A boat going out to sea calls for low and stable designs for fairly obvious reasons and all that gorgeous  wood means candles are not permitted so we used a lovely cream roses in a tea light holder in their place. We could have used battery operated ones but went for the natural look instead. The boat has such a lovely warm, cosy feel anyway and the roses are prettier. 

This lovely 1/2 circle table ( there is a nautical name I am sure, sadly I don't know it ) is used for the cake table. I am not sure who the chap is but he is sat where the cake is supposed to be. The cake was yet to arrive but we decorated the area around with the tea light holders of cream roses and a generous scattering of red rose petals. We have to imagine the cake but I am sure it looked lovely. 

Thank you Kelly for choosing me to design and create these flowers for your special day, I loved doing them for you and very many congratulations on your marriage.