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.
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Thursday, 23 February 2012

Rachels's Vintage Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

Another February wedding showing just how many really beautiful flowers there are at this time of year. Rachel loved the vintage look but wanted a more unusual twist to the colours. The Dolomiti rose was chosen for it's gorgeous vintage look and the lovely warm colour - just the thing to lighten and brighten a February day. I combined it with lisianthus, paperwhites, freesias and the deep centered anemone - chosen to highlight the deep pewter detailing on the bridesmaids' dresses. A mix of foliages finish the look. 

Vintage bouquet of roses, anemones, paperwhites, freesias and lisianthus with a touch of foliage. Perfect for winter or early spring weddings and gorgeously scented too thanks to the freesias and the paperwhites. I was very sorry to part with it !

Vintage bouquet in cream, white, pewter and silver with a touch of diamante.

Vintage spring/winter buttonhole of rose, anemone, paperwhite & lisianthus. All labelled and ready to go.

 Spring / winter buttonholes of rose, paperwhite and vintage foliages for the men

Classic rose and freesia corsage for the mums.

Spring / winter bouquets in creams, whites and greys for the bridesmaids. Designed to co-ordinate with the bride's bouquet they included the gorgeous Dolomiti rose, anemones and paperwhites with mixed foliages and a touch of sparkle. 

Rhinefield House, wedding themed trailing flowers and candles in storm lanterns decorate the ceremony table. The registrar is completing his paperwork and we are nearly ready to go.

This gorgeous design was later used on the top table for the wedding breakfast. Guest tables were decorated with a wedding themed wreath of flowers around a storm lantern with a candle in the middle. All that candlelight is just beautiful on a grey February day.  I would have loved to have been able to take a photo to show you. I was all ready ! Unfortunately, the camera ran out of battery just at that moment - despite indicating it was half charged. That's just not fair but now I know. I haven't had it long and we are still getting to know each other. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Rachel and Simon for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I really loved putting these gorgeous flowers together for you. And very many congratulations on your marriage. 

Saturday, 18 February 2012

Emma's Yellow and Blue Wedding Flowers

February is often thought of as a difficult time for flowers and I am often asked about availability for this time of year. In fact it is a fabulous time for wedding flowers and brides who choose this month really do have a wonderful range of flowers to choose from. Here, our bride's favourite flower was the sunflower and she was looking for some really bright wedding flowers in shades of yellow and blue to cheer up a mid February day.
 And so here they are, Emma's gloriously bright and cheerful wedding flowers - featuring the mini sunflower - in February.

Bouquet of sunflowers, blue agapanthus, mini narcissus, craspedia and solidago for Emma. I used the mini sunflower here. They are gorgeous but just one thing to be aware of if you are considering them for your wedding - they are surprisingly heavy little things.

Yellow and blue bouquet in the natural country style that is big news for 2012.

Buttonholes of craspedia, solidago and grasses for the men. Craspedia are funky little things that are now getting very popular for weddings, I think we will be seeing a lot more of them in 2012 and beyond

Ladies buttonhole of double lisianthus, myrtle and pearls

Bouquets of sunflowers, craspedia and grasses for the bridesmaids

Mini version of single sunflower, craspedia and grasses for the flower girl.

Sunflower bouquets all boxed and ready to go.

Throw bouquet of mini sunflowers, blue agapanthus, mini narcissus, craspedia and solidago. I was asked to make a bouquet for throwing so Emma could keep her original wedding bouquet. This one is a smaller, simpler version of the bridal bouquet. There was only one problem with it, apparently this too was to pretty to throw !

That just leaves to say thank you so much Emma for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I really loved working with these wonderfully cheerful flowers.
And very many congratulations on your marriage. 

Tuesday, 14 February 2012

Abbey's Contemporary Red and Pink Wedding Flowers

A lovely bright scheme for a February wedding. The groom loved scarlet and the bride loved pink, they both wanted a bright, modern look - a bit funky if you like so we followed the catwalk trend and combined hot pink with scarlet using gerberas and roses for a lovely, bright, young and modern look. And so here they are Abbey's wedding flowers;

Bouquet of pink roses with red gerberas, bouvardia, looped grass and a foliage surround for Abbey.

Modern buttonhole of scarlet gerbera with grass and a band of hot pink ribbon for the groom. 

Bridesmaids' bouquets of ivory germini with spires of grass and finished with a hot pink ribbon bow and trails

Gerbera chair backs, alternating red and pink. A simple, fairly inexpensive touch that adds a real shot of colour.

Wedding flowers at the Solent Spa Hotel.

Tall, contemporary table centres of Gerberas and grass. I used bright red Gerberas with the smaller hot pink germini to create the look. The vase was placed on a mirror plate decorated with hot pink germinis and tea lights. 

Low table centre of red and pink gerberas on a mirror plate. The tall table centres were mixed with these low designs to give a splash of colour at every level. 

Modern, top table flowers, vases of red gerberas on red ribbon with hot pink gerberas and tea lights spaced in between.

Top table flowers at the Solent Spa.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Abbey for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this gorgeous bright and sunny scheme. Nothing like the sight of Gerberas to make you smile !
Thank you too to Abbey's mum and dad for such a lovely thank you card, I am so glad the flowers were such a hit.