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.

Friday, 28 February 2014

Rebecca's Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

A gorgeous February wedding at Rhinefield House in soft whites, pinks and sage greens. The look was to be simple, natural with a touch of vintage and added wow factor helped by a very generous use of candles. And so here they are - Rebecca's wedding flowers

Bridal bouquet of ivory roses, white ranunculus, pink wax flower and eucalyptus for Rebecca. Simple, natural, classic and with a  touch of vintage.

Bouquets of ivory roses, pink wax flower and eucalyptus for the bridesmaids'. The simple, natural, with a hint of vintage look is carried through.

Bridesmaids' simple posy of large white roses, pink wax flower and eucalyptus.

Buttonholes of white rose, pink wax flower and a little rosemary for the men.

Stunning fireplace flowers with candles using pink and ivory roses, white ranunculus mini narcissus, pink wax flower and mixed trailing foliages. The venue is Rhinefield House and the fireplace is huge so this design for inside the hearth makes a gorgeous alternative to a design on the mantle itself which is approx 3 metres high.

Rhinefield House, fireplace flowers in vintage pink, white and sage greens. This design with church candles is a lovely idea for inside the hearth.

Rhinefield House, vintage / natural style candelabra flowers using white and pale pink roses, ranunculus, mini narcissus, pink wax flower and mixed foliages with ivy trails.

 Rhinefield House, candelabra flowers all ready for the wedding breakfast. These natural, vintage style flowers in soft whites, pinks and sage green are perfect for the Great Hall with it's low light levels.

Wedding Flowers at Rhinefield House, vintage style candelabra flowers in soft whites, pinks and sage green.

The fireplace flowers at Rhinefield House, a different idea - a trailing design within the hearth  with church candles. Gorgeous for a winter wedding.

Tuesday, 25 February 2014

Kelly's Spring Green and White Wedding Flowers, New Place

A February wedding at New Place using the fresh Spring Colours of palest green with white and cream. People often worry that that January and February are difficult months for flowers but in fact nothing could be further from the truth. There is a huge selection available and here we have made the most of the very pretty Spring Flowers that have in fact been available since before Christmas. 

Spring bouquet in palest greens, whites and creams using Dolomiti roses, tulips, anemones, scented paperwhites and astilbe. The look is very soft and elegant, somewhere between classic and vintage, I was sorry to part with it !

Bridesmaids' bouquets of cream roses with white tulips, anemones, mini narcissus and a touch of fresh Spring green foliage. 

Small posy for the flower girls using a rose with tulips, anemones and paperwhites with a little fresh green foliage. Very pretty and perfect for little hands.

For the ceremony table, a long and low design with church candles using roses, tulips, anemones and paperwhites.

Wreath of spring flowers and foliages around a candle made a lovely low table centre, here I used Dolomiti roses with tulips, anemones and mini narcissus with fresh green foliages. Absolutely gorgeous for this February wedding. 

The low table centres were combined with these tall designs in cocktail vases. Dolomiti roses with tulips,anemones, paper whites and mixed fresh green foliages. An ivy trail wound down the stem of the vase adds a lovely finishing touch.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Kelly for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I hope all you had a fabulous day.

Monday, 17 February 2014

Ben & Nicky's Red and White Wedding Flowers, New Place

For a wedding just after Valentines day, it had to be red roses for Nicky - teemed with a little white and given a slightly rustic but still elegant look.

Nicky's red and white bouquet using red roses and anemones with white freesias, a little gypsophila and mixed foliages including rosemary to give the bouquet a slightly rustic look. A lovely bouquet for a February wedding in Valentines week.

Groom's buttonhole of red rose and anemone with a little gypsophila and mixed foliage.

Bridesmaids' bouquets of Avalanche roses, white freesia, gypsophila and rosemary. Simple, elegant and slightly rustic all at the same time. 

Mum's corsage of red rose, white spray rose, gypsophila and mixed foliage and dad's buttonhole of white rose, gypsophila and rosemary.

Ceremony table decorated with a long and low trailing design of red roses and anemones with white freesia, gypsophila and mixed foliages with trails of ivy. The venue is the Bristol room at New Place. All ready for Nicky and Ben's wedding.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Ben and Nicky for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure and I am so glad you managed pick such a very beautiful day.

Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Catherine's Blue White and Silver Wedding Flowers, New Place

Royal Blue, ivory and silver made a stunning colour scheme for Catherine's February wedding at New Place. The look was classic,soft but with added touches of sparkle.

Tear drop bouquet of royal blue delphiniums, ivory roses, white freesias and silver eucalyptus with sprays of diamante to give the sparkle. Delphiniums are thought of as a summer flower but are in fact available most of the year round so a great choice for a pop of bright blue for this February wedding.

Groom's buttonhole of ivory rose, blue delphinium, rosemary and a touch of gyp.

Bridesmaid's bouquet of ivory roses, cobalt blue delphiniums and white freesias with silver eucalyptus and sprays of diamante. Both bouquets were hand tied but the bride carried a tear drop version while the bridesmaid carried this posy version.

Ceremony table long and low design with 3 candles using ivory roses, royal blue delphiniums, white freesias, mixed silver toned foliages and ivy trails. A co-ordinating stand design stood either side. The venue is New Place, Shirrell Heath.

Stunning tall table centres of blue delphiniums, ivory roses, white amaryllis and freesias with mixed silver eucalyptus and a crystal garland wound down the stem of the cocktail vase for a touch of sparkle. The venue is the Arden Suite at New Place.

Royal blue, silver and white wedding flowers at New Place.The sparkly back drop and ribbon lights add to the transformation of the room. Mirror plates and scattered table diamonds carry the look to the tables.

Blue, white and silver wedding flowers with added sparkle for Catherine's February wedding. I love the way the crystal garlands used to decorate the stem of the cocktail vases echo the ribbon lights on the ceiling. I also love the shot of cobalt blue provided by those gorgeous delphiniums.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Catherine for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I love winter weddings and especially loved creating this beautiful look for a February day.

Sunday, 2 February 2014

Tracey and Ed's Rustic Winter Wedding Flowers, New Place

A lovely winter wedding with a rustic feel, here are Tracey and Ed's flowers. The venue is New Place in Shirrell Heath.

Stunning winter bouquet of burgundy spray roses, Blueberry roses ( a sort of pinky burgundy which was perfect for the bridesmaids' dresses) skimmia, rosemary and a touch of berried myrtle for that natural, slightly rustic feel.

Champagne roses, burgundy spray roses, skimmia, rosemary and berried myrtle make a lovely wintery bouquet for the bridesmaids. 

Buttonhole of burgundy spray rose, rosemary and holly leaf ( spineless !) for the men. Tracey and Ed wanted something a little different and with a hint of rustic for the buttonholes and this design fitted the bill perfectly. 

Ladies' cream corsage of rose, spray rose, rosemary and myrtle.

Blueberry rose, burgundy spray rose and skimmia with myrtle and rosemary make a lovely corsage. 

Church pedestal with candles, mixed seasonal foliages and berries, twig, cream and burgundy roses and lisianthus, lovely for a winter wedding in a small country church.

Tall, rustic but modern table centre of twig, mixed winter foliages and berries, cream and burgundy roses. The vase is covered with twig to echo the shape of a tree and the "branches " are decorated with cream lisianthus and skimmia. The effect was quite striking. 

The pink up lighters  looked fantastic but played havoc with my attempts to photograph the flowers. The low light levels didn't help - sorry for the quality here !

The tall table centres were mixed with these co-ordinating low designs. A posy of mixed winter foliages and berries with cream and burgundy roses lies flat to the table with tall spires of twig decorated with cream lisianthus and skimmia creating the impact.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Tracey and Ed for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I absolutely loved working on this unusual scheme for you. Very many congratulations on your marriage.