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.

Wednesday, 28 August 2013

Claire and Andrew's Vintage Wedding Flowers, Solent Spa

A lovely vintage style scheme in mauves and rich creams using the ever popular Memory Lane and Vendela roses with freesias and wax flower. A church ceremony followed by a reception at the Solent Spa.

Claire's Vintage style bouquet of Memory Lane and Vendela roses, freesias, wax flower and mixed foliages.

A smaller version for the bridesmaid and the flower girl carried a single rose version.

Best Lady's buttonhole of Vendela rose, pink wax flower, freesia and rosemary co-ordinates perfectly.

Classic buttonholes of champagne rose and rosemary for the men.

Vintage style candelabra flowers in dusky cream-pinks using Memory Lane and Vendela roses with pink freesias, wax flower and mixed vintage toned foliages.

Wedding reception at the Solent Spa, Whiteley. Decorated in vintage style with these lovely candelabra flowers, all ready for the wedding party. 

For the top table, a vintage style long and long of mauve and cream roses, pink freesias, wax flower and mixed vintage toned foliages.

Thank just leaves me to say thank you so much Claire and Andrew for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I loved working on this very pretty scheme for you and I am so glad you had such a fabulous day. 

Sunday, 25 August 2013

Jenna's Rustic Gypsophila - East Horton Golf Club

Rustic Gypsophila was the look Jenna chose for her beautiful wedding breakfast at the East Horton Golf Club. Masses of soft and pretty gyp, with natural string, burlap and card. Just gorgeous.

Jenna's Bouquet of gypsophila with a surround of tree fern and finished with natural string and diamante pin. The tree fern just adds a little definition to the edges of the bouquet to help with those all important photos. 

Bridesmaid's bouquets of massed gypsophila finished with brown string and diamante pin.

Buttonholes of gypsophila finished with brown string for the men.

Gypsophila - tall table centre given a rustic twist with natural willow twig and pebbles inside the vase. Tea lights in burlap covered holders look gorgeous underneath and the favours are covered in brown paper.

East Horton Golf Club ready for Jenna's wedding reception. Jenna's rustic theme is perfect for this venue and I love how the willow twig in the vases picks up on the lovely wooden beams .  This is a beautiful venue for a wedding, for more info see 

Gypsophila trails wound through the bird cage make a truly gorgeous table plan. A lovely idea for a table plan with a difference, so very soft and pretty. 

Bird cage table plan decorated with gypsophila trails. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Jenna for asking me to create your wedding flowers for you, I loved working on this very soft, pretty and rustic theme.I hope you all had a wonderful day. 

Friday, 23 August 2013

Kerrie's Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

Kerrie's bouquet of purple hydrangea, dusky pink roses and cerise orchids with a diamante sprays for that touch of vintage glamour.

The beautiful Kerrie with her new husband and her bouquet. 

Buttonhole of Cool Water rose with cerise orchid for the men.

Tall tablecentres of purple hydrangea, pink rose and orchid with trails of crystal drops to give  that vintage glamour look. The tall table centres were alternated with co-ordinating low designs to give impact and colour at different levels.

The banquet table at Rhinefield House ready for Kerrie's wedding reception with alternating high and low table centres of striking purple and pink hydrangea, rose and orchid. I love how the crystal drops catch the light. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Kerrie for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure . I hope you had a fabulous day and a wonderful stay in the UK.

Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Pippa's Bright and Beautiful Wedding Flowers, Trafalgar Park.

Sorry it's been a while since my last post. I haven't had my feet up  ! I have been kept exceptionally busy on the flower front and all else has got a little behind.  Just so you know I am still around and working, here are  a few shots from Pippa's lovely wedding at Trafalgar Park. I will write a bit about the designs soon and lots more lovely weddings  follow.

Pippa's bouquet of pale and strong pink roses, lilac freesia and purple lisianthus, the 4 colours her bridesmaids were wearing. The pink astilbe, asparagus fern and the touch of foliage give the bouquet that soft vintage feel Pippa loved. 

Bridesmaids' vintage style posies of pale pink rose, purple lisianthus, lilac freesia and strong pink spray rose. A smaller version of the bridal bouquet. Each bridesmaid was in a different colour but the same dress, they carried posies using all 4 colours to bring the look together.

Vintage style buttonholes of Sweet Avalanche rose, astilbe and purple lisianthus for teh men.

For the ladies, a co-ordinating design but using the strong pink spray rose.

Ceremony flowers at Trafalgar Park, a wedding themed long and low design of pale pink roses, purple lisianthus, lilac freesia and strong pink spray rose with astilbe and mixed vintage style foliages.

Table Centre with fan for the table name. Now there is a story behind this design, Pippa and her husband met through Hampshire Regency Dancing and this was the group's first wedding. Each table is named after a Regency Dance and the fan was a perfect way to display the table names. The fan is held by a small vase containing Pippa's flowers to give the table a splash of colour.

Fan, place name - perfect.

Last but not least, the tiered wedding cake made by the groom's mum with the space between each tier filled with pink, purple and lilac flowers. Very striking.

That just leaves me to say, thank you so much Pippa for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working on the mix of bright colour and soft vintage style.