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.

Sunday, 26 April 2015

Louise's All White Wedding Flowers

A beautiful late April wedding in all whites. The all white bouquets are very popular at the moment and here are Louise's flowers.

Bouquet of white roses, stocks,freesia, lisianthus and muscari with a little touch of eucalyptus. The stocks and freesias gave this bouquet a beautiful scent. The look is classic but very natural.

Bridesmaids' bouquet, a beautiful mix of white roses, stocks,freesia, lisianthus and muscari with a little touch of eucalyptus. A smaller version of the bridal bouquet.

Buttonhole of white rose, eucalyptus and white muscari for the men.

And last but not least a co-ordinating posy for the flower girls. Small, lightweight and  perfect for little hands.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Louise for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I hope you had a very fabulous day and very many congratulations.

Saturday, 18 April 2015

Amanda's Classic Wedding Flowers in Antique Pinks, Rhinefield House

Back to Flowers and here are Amanda's beautiful, classic wedding flowers from last week.

Shower bouquet of calla lilies, roses, freesias and bouvardia with ivy trails in shades of antique pink. The look is classic english and the shades of pink were perfect for the coffee bridesmaids' dresses.

Bouquet of antique pink roses, calla lilies and freesia with white bouvardia and ivy. The bridesmaids were in coffee and the touches of dusky pink were perfect for lifting the overall look. A very classic bouquet.

Buttonhole of cream-pink calla lily with pink freesia for the men.

Beautiful corsage for the mums using pink freesia with white lilac ( syringa) and ivy leaf.

Co-ordinating ceremony table flowers for Rhinefield House. long and low sections of antique pink roses, calla lilies and freesia with bouvardia and ivy trails and a candle in a mini storm lantern in between each section.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Amanda for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this beautiful scheme for you and I am so glad you were so happy with them.

Wednesday, 15 April 2015

Rssing.com and Copyright/ Image Theft

 Rssing.com is copying all my blog entries onto it's own blog site despite the clear copyright symbol on each and every one of my images. As requested, this entry is to confirm Rssing.com ( or anyone else )  do not have my consent to copy any of my blog content at all onto their own site and here is the code Rssing.com requested to enable them to stop this practice and to remove all my content from their blog.


While, I am on the subject, this site is intended to provide brides with ideas and inspiration for their own weddings. Increasingly, I am finding my images on other florists web sites / blogs and /or Facebook pages being passed off as their own work. This is theft - pure and simple and it is in clear breach of copyright. I have personally created each and every design on this blog and photographed most of the designs myself as well. If you want to publish any of my work you are in breach of the law of if you do it without my express consent. Wedding floristry is creative business, any florist who has the need to steal images from other florists should be avoided at all costs.

A huge thank you to those who have reported these instances to me, I am very grateful. Let us stamp out this sad practice

I am very sorry to have to write this post, the next one will be back to beautiful wedding flowers.

Monday, 13 April 2015

Kortney's Rustic Chic Wedding Flowers Part 2 - The Venues

Better late than never and following on from my earlier post, here are some images of  Kortney's lovely church and reception flowers. This was a formal black tie wedding with a very rustic twist and the flowers had to reflect both elements- A very natural but still  elegant look. 

Church pew ends of white lilac ( syringa), simple tied bunches. Gorgeous for a Spring wedding

Church flowers, white roses, lilacs, ranunculus and freesia with trails of mixed ferns and ivy. One on each of the ledges behind the altar. They make a beautiful backdrop for the wedding ceremony. The church is St Stephens in Lyndhurst

Church window ledge flowers, a tall lantern with church candle amongst a rustic design of mixed ferns with white lilac ( syringa) and ranunculus. Simple but very beautiful.

Church window ledge with a design of white ranunculus and lilacs ( syringa) with mixed green foliages. The stone ledges at St Stephens are perfect for this design and the church looked really lovely for Kortney's March wedding

Top Table flowers at The Pig, Brockenhurst. The rustic style suits the venue perfectly. Here I have used white rose, lilacs( syringa), ranunculus, and freesia with mixed ferns and ivy and each section is separated by a church candle in a storm lantern.

A close up of the top table flowers, white roses, ranunculus, freesia and lilacs( syringa) with mixed ferns.

Top table flowers at The Pig in Brockenhurst. Rustic chic meets black tie.

Table centre of white ranunculus, freesia and lilacs( syringa) with ferns, olive and rosemary in a rustic but elegant design in a low pedestal bowl. 

Elegant but rustic low centrepiece of white ranunculus, lilacs ( syringa) and freesia with mixed ferns, olive and rosemary. 

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Kortney and James for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I loved working on this scheme with it's mix of 2 differing styles. And very many congratulations on your marriage.

Wednesday, 1 April 2015

Kortney's Rustic but Elegant Spring Wedding Flowers, Lyndhurst Catholic Church and The Pig, Brockenhurst

A sneak preview of Kortney's lovely Spring Wedding flowers, the venue flowers follow but here are the wedding party flowers. This was a formal black tie wedding with a very rustic twist for a very rustic venue so the flowers had to reflect both - A very natural but also elegant look. I loved it !

Spring bridal bouquet of white lilacs ( syringa), ranunculus and sweet pea. A beautiful natural bouquet for a Spring wedding.

Flower girl posy of white lilacs and ranunculus with a little foliage.

Circlet of white spray rose, lilac, ranunculus and freesia buds with ivy leaf. Silver ribbon bow and trails at the back, gorgeous for the little flower girl.

White lilacs and ranunculus made gorgeous, simple but natural bouquets for the adult bridesmaids.