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.

Monday, 30 April 2012

Kate's Easter Wedding Flowers - Rhinefield House

A beautiful Easter wedding at Rhinefield House. The bridesmaids wore raspberry and Kate settled on a classic scheme of mixed pinks and whites using roses, freesias and lisianthus as the main flowers.

Bouquet of pink and ivory roses, white bouvardia, freesias, lisianthus and a tiny touch of myrtle for our bride. The bouvardia was perfect for picking out and highlighting the embroidered flowers on Kate's stunning wedding dress.

Classic buttonhole of single Dolce Vita rose. This beautiful bi coloured rose neatly solved the dilemma of how to introduce ivory and deep pink into the mens' buttonholes whilst keeping the design very classic and and very simple. All done in one flower.

Bridesmaids' bouquets in mixed pinks and whites using roses, bouvardia, freesias and lisianthus. 

Ceremony flowers at Rhinefield House, a beautiful trailing design in pinks and whites placed either side and behind the ceremony table for a beautiful backdrop.

For the ceremony table itself, little silver pots of ivory roses, grouped pink lisianthus, tea lights and a scattering of pale pink rose petals.

Bird cage table plan decorated with lisianthus, freesias and ivy trails, just gorgeous. It was placed on an easel for the guests and is just photographed here, against a door upstairs where I put the design together.

Candelabra flowers at Rhinefield House, a gorgeous mix of pinks and whites using roses, freesias and lisianthus with trails of ivy.

Pink and white flowers in a trailing design on silver candelabra, just beautiful for a wedding. Tea lights and a scattering of pale pink rose petals underneath finish the look. 

A round top table design featuring the bride's bouquet surrounded by little silver pots of flowers, tea lights and fresh rose petals.  

Little bags of golden mini easter eggs make gorgeous favours for this Easter wedding. ( I also loved the way the golden afternoon light was reflecting in the cutlery )

Arial shot of the wedding flowers at Rhinefied House in place ready for Kate and Sam's wedding reception. The candelabra are all done save for the lighting of the candles and the wedding cake is in the background with the Master of Ceremonies. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Kate and Sam for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working with you on this gorgeous scheme and I am so glad you loved your flowers so much. Very many congratulations on your marriage. 

Tuesday, 24 April 2012

Kylie's April Wedding Flowers, Pale Pastels

For her April Wedding, Kylie was looking for a romantic mix of barely there colours, a blend of shades of pale cream, green and pink. To achieve it, I used a mix of roses, spray roses, lisianthus and a double tulip. Very soft and very pretty. 

Wedding bouquet in pale pinks, pale green, cream and ivory using Sweet Avalanche and Vendela roses, a truly gorgeous spray rose, pale green lisianthus and a pale pink double tulip called Angelique.  

Flower girl posy to match in pale pinks, green and ivory.

Floral wands in pink,green and ivory using rose, tulip and lisianthus, perfect for little girls.

Rose chair backs, all ready for the wedding ceremony. A gorgeous little finishing touch, I simply slip a fresh rose into the chair back bow. You can of course do them all but here I did all the aisle chairs and the all chairs along the back row - and the bride and groom's chairs of course.

Modern table centre of pale pink and cream roses with pale green lisianthus and tulip in a square vase on a mirror plate. Surrounded with lots of little tea lights  it makes a stunning centre piece .

For the top table I created a row of mini matching designs in square vases and scattered rose petals and rose buds along the length to finish. Sadly, I neglected to take a picture of my handiwork but hopefully you get the idea.

That just leaves me to say a big thank you to Kylie for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I hope you had a fabulous day and many congratulations on your marriage.

Sunday, 15 April 2012

Jemma's Vintage Wedding Flowers, Careys Manor

A lovely late March wedding featuring the the beautiful Memory Lane rose with anemones, freesias and pink gypsophila. Jemma was keen for a very soft, natural look to her flowers - strongly vintage themed but with a hint of country. And so here they are Jemma's wedding flowers. 

Vintage Winter - Spring bouquet of Memory Lane roses, freesias, anemones, gypsophila, pearls and a little mixed foliage. Finished with a lace wrap using lace from the bridal gown. The anemones are available from the Winter through to the Spring but for Summer - Autumn brides who love the look, the lisianthus is a great substitute.   

Tiny posy of rose, freesias and a touch of foliage, just gorgeous for little flower girls

Jemma's adult maids carried these smaller versions of the bridal bouquet

Vintage styled bouquet in dusky pinks - mauve with lace wrap.

Carey's Manor wedding ceremony flowers. The gorgeous tall designs in trumpets vases looked stunning either side of the large ceremony table.

Vintage styled tall table centre using roses, freesias, anemones, pink gypsophila and mixed foliages. A stem of pink gypsophila in the centre of the trumpet vase makes a great finishing touch.

Carey's Manor wedding flowers, all ready for Jemma's wedding reception.

The tall table centres were mixed with these lovely low designs with central candle  

Vintage styled wedding cake with flowers in between the layers. I themed the flowers for the cake to the wedding so a gorgeous mix of roses, anemones, freesias, gypsophila and a hint touch of foliage.

Vintage wedding cake flowers, the detail. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Jemma for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working with you to create this gorgeous scheme. And very many congratulations on your marriage. 

A big thank you too Bill of Datum Image Ltd for the gorgeous images of the cake.

Saturday, 14 April 2012

Becky's Sunflowers

Nothing like a Bank holiday and a hosepipe ban to bring on the grey skies and the showers so Becky's choice of these gorgeous sunflowers were a perfect way to brighten the day.

Bouquet of mini sunflowers, ivory berries and solidago for our bride.

Buttonholes of mini sunflower with ivory berry and ivy leaf for the men.

Tiara of mini sunflowers for our bride. Mounted on a wire these went into the back of the hair where the upswept hair ends in a line across the back of the head. Very hard to explain but it looks gorgeous !

Mini sunflower wrist corsage for the ladies mounted on to a gold bangle

Becky's wedding bouquet of sunflowers, berries and solidago, a lovely natural, country and very sunny style for a cold Easter day.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Becky for asking me to create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working with these happy little flowers and I hope you had a very fabulous day

Tuesday, 10 April 2012

Tammy's Spring Wedding Flowers, Langrish House

Beautiful Spring flowers for a late March wedding at Alresford Church followed by a reception at Langrish House, Petersfield. Tammy was keen for a very natural, English Country garden look to her flowers mixing some large roses with seasonal Spring flowers. Just gorgeous for this time of year - and so here they are Tammy's Spring wedding flowers. 

Spring bouquet of roses, anemones, tulips, narcissus and lily of the valley with a touch of fine foliage for Tammy. Soft, natural, timeless and wonderfully scented. The bridesmaids carried a co-ordinating version that was just without the Lily of the Valley. 

Classic buttonhole of rose, asparagus fern and double leaf for the men.

Tall Spring table centre at Langrish House in whites and greens. I kept the English Spring country garden look theme for the reception flowers mixing large roses with the Spring favourites - anemones, tulips and narcissus and fresh green foliages including a mix of ferns. The paper whites add a very soft pretty touch and a gorgeous perfume. The look is perfect for the Country setting of this venue.

Spring wedding flowers at Langrish House. Tall table centres were mixed with low co-ordinating designs in vases to give, colour, flower and perfume at every level.

The sweet table, I didn't do the flowers here but loved the image and thought you might like to see it. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Tammy and Alex for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working with these gorgeous Spring flowers  and putting this lovely seasonal look together for you. Very many congratulations on your marriage.

Thursday, 5 April 2012

Rachel's Woodland Themed Wedding Flowers, Hilliers, Romsey

A sneak preview of Rachel's lovely, natural wedding flowers - and this really is a sneak preview as Rachel is busy getting married as I write this. The wedding is taking place at Hilliers and Rachel was keen for a natural, woodland look to her flowers that would fit in with the beautiful surroundings. So here they are, Rachel's wedding flowers

Woodland themed trailing bouquet in lilac and green using roses, mixed ferns, lisianthus, veronica and hypericum berry with trails of evergreen jasmine vine for our bride.

Buttonhole of lilac Ocean Song rose, fern and hypericum berry in woodland theme for the men.

Lilac and green bouquet in natural, woodland  style for the bridesmaids who were in lilac. A gorgeous mix of roses, lisianthus, veronica, berries, mixed ferns and fresh green foliage.

For the ladies, a natural tied buttonhole type design  of rose, berry, fern and foliage

Woodland themed long and low design for the ceremony table in lilac and fresh greens. Destined for Jermyn's House at Hilliers.

That's all for now. I am behind with my photographs of recent weddings but please do bear with me as there are some really gorgeous posts to follow when I catch up - sometime after Easter !

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Rachel for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this stunning natural look for you and I hope you have a truly fabulous day.

Monday, 2 April 2012

Jade's Classic Pink and White Wedding Flowers, Solent Spa

A quick post to show you Jade's lovely classic wedding flowers in pinks, whites and soft greens. The bridesmaids were in a gorgeous deep and dusky pink and these pink lisianthus were just the flower to bring a touch of that colour into the flowers.

Bouquet of ivory and pale pink roses with bouvardia, pink lisianthus and a touch of fresh green foliage for our bride.

Buttonhole of pale pink rose with paperwhite and leaves for the dads.

Gorgeous buttonhole design for a very little boy, a single lisianthus, nice and light and fixed with a safety pin.

For the little flower girls, a little posy of ivory rose, pink lisianthus and a touch of fresh green foliage. Very pretty and nice and light.

Bridesmaids bouquets ivory rose, pink lisianthus, paperwhites and a touch of pittosporum.  Paperwhites are a lovely winter-early spring flower with a gorgeous perfume. It's late March and we are coming to end of the season for them.

Ladies buttonhole design of rose, spray roses and foliage for the mums.

For the tables at the Solent Spa pink and ivory roses with pink lisianthus and paperwhites in a tall cocktail vase. A mirror plate and scattered petals finish the look.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Jade for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I hope you had a fabulous day and very many congratulations on your marriage.