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, 20 November 2012

Cery's Wedding Flowers- Purple and White

For lovers of purple and white - Cery's wedding flowers. 

Purple and white bouquet of roses and lisianthus, simple but stunning. The rose is a lovely scented variety called Norma Jean and the lisianthus is a bi coloured white variety with a deep purple edge.

Purple and white lisianthus were the perfect choice for the men's buttonholes

Wrist corsages of purple and white lisianthus with a touch of myrtle on a hand made silver wire mesh bangle. For the bridesmaids but just as lovely for a mum.

That just leaves me to say thank you Cerys for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I hope you had a fabulous day. 

Jen's Wedding Flowers, Chilworth Manor

For her late October wedding, Jen chose a colour scheme of dusky pinks, deep greens and whites using a romantic mix of roses, freesias and lisianthus as her flowers. These gorgeous flowers are available all year round so no need to worry about seasonal availability with these. 

Classic bouquet of dusky pink and ivory roses with pink freesias, white lisianthus and a touch of rosemary and myrtle for our bride.

Groom buttonhole of ivory rose, freesia, rosemary and myrtle.

Flower girl posy of Keano rose with pink freesia and myrtle, always a hit with little girls.

Corsage of lisianthus,rosemary and myrtle. The myrtle is berried at this time of year giving the designs a lovely hint of the autumn season.

Ivory birdcages with dusky pink and ivory flowers, rosemary, myrtle and a twirl of ivy make a gorgeous table centre with a hint of the shabby chic.

Bird cage with roses, freesias and lisianthus in pinks and whites.
Image by Kate Truepenny.

Each table was named after - a table - love it. Here we have the coffee table with a bird cage design

The other half of the tables were decorated with these gorgeous painted flower pot designs. Each design had a slight variation in the flowers used but the look is kept consistent. Both the pots and the birdcages are ivory and used the same flowers and foliages so the mix works perfectly as a whole. Lovely and natural and just gorgeous for this room overlooking the gardens.
Image - Kate Truepenny

Dusky pink roses and freesias in painted flower pot. Perfect for the Lord Selbourne suite at Chilworth Manor which overlooks the gardens.

Image - Kate Truepenny

Image - Kate Truepenny

Top table of mixed painted flower pots in pinks and whites. I mixed the sizes and the flowers but kept the look consistent for a lovely natural look that fits in perfectly with mixed designs on the other tables. 

Image - Kate Truepenny

Mini flower pot with spray rose and rosemary

Image - Kate Truepenny

This gorgeous wedding cake is by Izzy Pink Cake Design and is finished off with a simple design of lisianthus and rosemary. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Jen for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I really loved working on this gorgeous, natural scheme. And very many congratulations on your marriage.

A huge thank you too to Kate for the photos - stunning as ever. 

Wednesday, 7 November 2012

Anna's Winter Wedding Flowers, Cream and Burgundy

It's early November and here is the first of this years winter bouquets. Anna chose a scheme of rich cream and pale burgundy for her wedding, a perfect time to use the lovely red skimmia that is about now then. 

Winter bouquet of cream roses, burgundy skimmia, rosemary and myrtle for Anna. Very beautiful, very classic and perfect for a November wedding.

Cream and burgundy bouquet for a November wedding using roses, skimmia, rosemary and myrtle. A lovely winter's design without being overly "Christmassy"

Buttonhole of cream rose, skimmia, rosemary and myrtle for the groom.

Floral headdress / circlet for a winter flower girl. Cream spray roses, burgundy skimmia, rosemary and myrtle 

Cream and burgundy bouquet and headdress, 

Corsages of cream roses, rosemary and myrtle.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Anna for choosing me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on this lovely wintery scheme for you. My first of the seasonal winter designs. Very many congratulations on your marriage.

Saturday, 3 November 2012

Hampshire Regency Dancers 10th Anniversary Ball Flowers, Old Alresford House

Congratulations To Hampshire Regency Dancers who celebrated their 10th anniversary with a ball at Old Alresford House. I was delighted to be asked to help with some floral designs in the style of the Regency period. The regency period - the age of elegance, of Jane Austin, of dancing cards and flowers were THE fashion. To recreate the look I used old english garden roses ( here we had to bend the rules and have them imported due to the time of year) mixed essentially with flowers and foliages cut from the gardens as they would have been at that time. The gardens I have to say were not mine but those of a rather famous and rather large garden with a huge selection of possible material. A big thank you to them for helping us with this rather special project.

Entrance table display in the regency style using a stemmed vase, old english garden roses and seasonal foliages. The group had chosen dusky pink as a colour scheme so we followed that through to all the flowers.

Entrance hall table flowers at Old Alresford House

Image Kate Truepenny

Mantlepiece design at Old Alresford House, the piano room

Mantlepiece design using old english garden roses and a huge selection of mixed flowers and foliages sourced from the gardens.

Image - Kate truepenny

And by night,

Image - Owen Benson

Hampshire Regency Dancers - the ball in progress.

Image - Owen Benson

Regency style fireplace design at Old Alresford House in shades of pink, blue, purple and green. A large mix of flowers and foliages were used to get the look and this design was full of impact. 

Old Alresford House, flowers for the fireplace in the regency style.

Image - Kate Truepenny

Image Kate Truepenny

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Hampshire Regency Dancers for asking me to design and create the flowers for your ball and wishing you a very happy anniversary. 
A night of music and dancing from the Jane Austin era, all in full period costume. It must have been an amazing night.

For more information on the group see www.hampshireregencydancers.org.uk/