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, 24 April 2017

Melanie's Spring Wedding Flowers in Yellows and Blues at Rhinefield House, New Forest

Melanie's stunning tear drop bouquet in yellows and blues using lemon and yellow roses, white hyacinths, blue forget-me-not and delphinium, yellow freesias and solidago with cream lisianthus and jasmine trails. The look is classic with a twist of rustic, very natural and perfect for a Spring wedding in the New Forest. The hyacinth and freesia gave it a beautiful perfume and the lemon rose is a very aptly named variety called Blonde Beauty.

Bridesmaids carried a co-ordinating hand tied bouquets using lemon and yellow roses, white hyacinths, blue forget-me-not and delphinium, yellow freesias and solidago with cream lisianthus.

Buttonhole of lemon rose, blue forget-me-not and solid for the men.

Pretty corsage of lemon rose, lisianthus, white hyacinth pip and jasmine for the ladies.

Stunning tall table centre at Rhinefield House using lemon roses and lisianthus with yellow freesia, tanacetum and solidago with royal blue delphinium and fresh green foliages in a trumpet vase decorated inside with a stem of blue delphinium. The look is classic with with a rustic twist and the log slice on which the vases sit finishes it off perfectly

Spring table centres at Rhinefield House in yellows and blues, gorgeous for a Spring wedding

Rhinefield House all set up ready for the wedding ceremony, Lanterns with church candles
line the aisle,a long and low design decorates the ceremony table and we used 2 table centres on stone plinths to decorate the area behind. The overall effect is beautiful even if this picture doesn't exactly do it justice. The blue and yellow colour scheme is absolutely lovely for a Spring wedding.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Melanie for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure working on this gorgeous scheme for you and I hope you all had the most amazing day.

Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Sarah and James Classic Wedding Flowers in Whites and Greens, East Horton Golf Club

A very pretty April wedding at East Horton Golf Club featuring our new rustic floral arch, here are Sarah and James' classic but natural wedding flowers.

Sarah's bouquet, massed gypsophila with white roses and white calla lilies. The look is light, airy and very pretty.

Bridesmaids carried co-ordinating but simpler bouquets of massed white gypsophila and 
and white lisianthus. Beautiful against their navy dresses.

Groom's buttonhole of white calla lily with spires of grass and a little gyp wired into a linear design. 

The remaining men wore buttonholes of single white calla lily with simple spires of bear grass.

Our stunning wooden floral arch decorated with classic white and mint green flowers and trails of fresh green foliage. It made a beautiful spot for Sarah and James to take their vows.
The ceremony table behind is decorated with a  couple of simple vases of green and white lisianthus, roses and gypsophila to echo the design on the arch itself.

East Horton Golf Club all set up ready for the wedding ceremony. The aisle is decorated with sprigs of gypsophila, very simple and very pretty. Our floral arch decorated with roses, lisianthus, calla lilies, gypsophila and trails of foliage marks where the wedding service will take place.

Classic wooden arch decorated for Sarah and James' wedding ceremony in whites, greens and fresh mint using roses, lisianthus, calla lilies and gypsophila. After the ceremony it was moved back a couple of feet behind the top table . So if you are wondering if the arch design  is moveable the answer is yes - but not very far and depending on the venue

Close up of the floral arch flowers in  whites and greens.

Table centres were mixed vases of wedding themed flowers in whites and greens on a hired log slice with tea lights. Very pretty and they fitted the theme perfectly. These vases were first used to decorate the window ledges and the screen at East Horton for the wedding service. It is then a simple matter to move them to the tables after the ceremony.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Sarah and James for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, I absolutely loved working on these gorgeous designs for you.