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, 22 January 2018

Harriet's Winter Wedding Flowers with Wintery Alpine Theme, Skylarks Golf and Country Club.

Harriet's beautiful and very wintery bouquet of vintage pink roses, lisianthus and berry with
skimmia, paperwhites and waxflower, mini fir cones, silver skeleton leaf and pine finished with a light spray of "snow" 

Bridesmaids carried simple wintery bouquets of white roses, paperwhites and skimmia with a soft surround of tree fern and finished with a light spray of snow.

Mum's wintery corsage of white rose, paperwhites, skimmia and wax flower with silver skeleton leaf and pine.

Men's buttonhole of white rose with skimmia, wax flower and pine. Just gorgeous for a Christmas wedding.

Centrepieces were a beautiful lantern with church candle and a wintery surround of pink lisianthus and berry with paperwhites, wax flower, skimmia, fir cones and mixed pine finished with a light spray of snow to complete the wintery alpine look.

The top table was decorated with a co-ordinating long and low design in sections with a mini lantern and candle in between each section of pale pink rose,  lisianthus and berry, paperwhites, wax flower, skimmia, fir cones and mixed pine.

Top table at this Christmas wedding at Skylarks Golf and Country Club, Hampshire.

The barn at Skylarks decorated for the ceremony with lanterns and scattered petals along the aisle and a wintery long and low with mini lanterns on the ceremony table. Absolutely beautiful for a wedding in Christmas week.

And that just leaves me to say, thank you so much Harriet for asking me to design nd create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on this beautiful wintery Alpine scheme for you. 

Monday, 8 January 2018

Ashley's Autumnal Wedding Flowers, Rhinefield House

Better late than never, here are are Ashley's beautiful autumnal wedding flowers from her October wedding at Rhinefield House.

Ashley's beautiful autumnal bouquet of Cherry Brandy roses, Mango calla lilies, red berries, orange freesias, hydrangeas, red oak leaf with a little curly twig over for a contemporary twist.

Bridesmaids carried a co-ordinating hand tied bouquet of sunflowers, roses, freesias, hydrangea, mixed autumnal berry and red oak leaf with a little curly twig. Beautifully modern and vibrant for this October wedding

Men's autumnal buttonhole of Cherry Brandy rose with red hypericum berry, eucalyptus berry and red oak leaf.

Ladies wore a simple but striking design of sunflower with orange freesia, red hypericum berry, eucalyptus berry and red oak leaf.

Striking, autumnal centrepiece at Rhinefield House, a tall design of sunflowers, roses, freesias and mixed berries in reds and oranges with hydrangeas and mixed Autumnal foliages. The design sits on a trumpet vase decorated inside with red oak leaf and curly twig.

Log slices, tea lights and scattered autumn leaves complete the table decoration for this gorgeous autumn wedding

Co-ordinating long and low design for the top table using sunflowers, roses, calla lilies,freesias and mixed berries in reds and oranges with hydrangeas and mixed Autumnal foliages. Trails of berried eucalyptus and curly twig help soften the design for a very natural,
rustic look. Perfect for this October wedding in the New Forest.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Ashley for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on these bright and  beautiful autumn designs for you.

Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Jessica's Autumnal Wedding Flowers in Pinks and Whites, The Mecure White Hart Hotel, Salisbury.

So it is 2018 already and the new years resolutions start !  2017 was a sensational year for wedding flowers and I am just sorry I have not had the time to share so many of them. I hope to catch up just a bit over the next few weeks and I start with this extremely long overdue blog post from Jessica's October wedding. I hope you like it.

Jessica's autumnal bouquet of pale pink roses and seasonal berry with soft white lisianthus and ranunculus. Very soft and very pretty with a beautiful seasonal twist.

Bridesmaids carried pretty bouquets of pale pink roses and white hypericum berry. Very simple and perfect for this October wedding.

Men wore simple buttonholes of white rose and a collar of pale pink berry. 

Beautiful wrist corsage for the bride's mum using white lisianthus, white berry and seasonal viburnum blossom.

Stunning tall centrepiece of massed white and pale pink flower with spires of birch twig and berry. Gorgeous for an autumn wedding. The design sits on a trumpet vase decorated inside with autumnal twig and berry and the design itself uses white amaryllis. pale pink roses, spray roses, white lisianthus, ranunculus and berry with textured eupatorium and absolutely minimal foliage.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Jessica for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on this beautiful autumnal scheme for you. 

Tuesday, 31 October 2017

Jo's Rustic Autumn Wedding Flowers, east Horton Golf Club + St John's Church, Hedge End

Jo's beautiful autumnal bouquet included champagne roses, burgundy spray rose, skimmia, veronica, astrantia and wax flower with soft trails of asparagus fern and berried eucalyptus.
A very natural and textured look that was absolutely gorgeous for her late September wedding.

Bridesmaids carried a smaller and slightly simpler version of the bride's bouquet but without the burgundy spray rose. Lovely with their pale dusky pink dresses

A beautifully autumnal buttonhole for the groom using champagne rose, burgundy skimmia, astrantia and rustic style foliages. 

Groomsmen wore a simple buttonhole of champagne rose with dusky pink wax flower and rosemary.

Jo's mum's corsage of champagne rose, apricot skimmia and a little green leaf. Soft and pretty with a touch of autumn.

Rustic style pew ends at St John's Church, Hedge End. We used champagne roses, red skimmia, berried eucalyptus and ivy trails to create this lovely, natural autumnal design.

An autumnal floral wreath around a storm lantern made a gorgeous low centrepiece for the wedding breakfast. This very natural and textured design included champagne roses, burgundy skimmia, apricot lisianthus, dusky pink astrantia and wax flower and mixed rustic style foliages to include berried eucalyptus.

A tall co-ordinating design on a cocktail vase decorated with an ivy trail. Jo mixed high and low centrepieces to give flower and colour at different levels. If you have a lot of tables, this can create a gorgeous effect.

Top Table decorated with a co-ordinating long and low design in sections with a storm lantern and church candle in between each section.

East Horton Golf Club all set up for Jo's wedding breakfast with autumnal high and low centrepieces and co-ordinating long and low trailing designs on the overhead beams. It's sadly not the best photo but the overall effect was just beautiful. I hope this gives a hint !

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Jo for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I absolutely loved working on this beautiful autumnal scheme for you.

Saturday, 14 October 2017

Lucy's Country Style Pink, Lilac and White Wedding Flowers, Gray's Manor Hotel

Lucy's stunning tear drop bouquet of pink roses, freesias and stocks with lilac lisianthus, white bouvardia and ivory spray rose. Absolutely full of flower, minimal foliage and
beautiful for Lucy's late summer wedding.

Flower Girl's mini posy matches perfectly and uses a pink rose with a surround of pink freesias, lilac lisianthus, white bouvardia, ivory spray rose and a little country style foliage.

Floral circlet using ivory spray rose, lilac lisianthus and pink wax flower for the flower girls.

The matron of Honour carried a hand tied posy version of the bridal bouquet using pink roses, freesias and stocks with lilac lisianthus, ivory spray rose and white bouvardia.

Groom's buttonhole of ivory rose, pink freesia, curly twig and rosemary.

A lantern with a floral wreath around makes a beautiful low centrepiece for the tables. This light and airy design uses pink roses and freesias with lilac lisianthus, white wax flower, phlox and mixed country style foliages.

This personalised wooden crate with it's natural, country style design of pink roses, lisianthus and freesias, lilac lisianthus, white phlox and wax flower and mixed foliages makes a gorgeous statement on the top table.

Either side of the top table crate we used these pretty mini bark boxes of pink and lilac flower to continue the flower and colour along the length of the top table.

The top table at Gray's Manor decorated with Lucy's pretty wooden crate and mini bark boxes of mixed country style designs in pinks and lilacs. 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Lucy for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working on these beautiful designs for you.

Saturday, 9 September 2017

Fred and Rebecca's Classic White Wedding Flowers, Lainston House

Rebecca's bouquet, a classic mix of Avalanche roses, white spray roses and gypsophila.
Bridesmaids carried hand tied posies of massed gypsophila.

A simple, elegant buttonhole of a single white rose for the men.

Corsage of white rose, spray roses and gypsophila for the ladies. 

The outdoor ceremony flowers at Lainston House, garden urns filled with an elegant design of massed gypsophila sit either side of the pavilion, a co-ordinating design of massed gyp sits on the ceremony table and the chairs are decorated with little posies of white gypsophila. The aisle is lined with lanterns and is just about to be decorated with scattered fresh rose petals. 

The pavilion at Lainston House, decorated with simple designs of massed gypsophila ready for the wedding ceremony.

Massed white gypsophila, roses, spray roses and hydrangea atop a tall cocktail vase make a stunning and very elegant high centrepiece for the Dawley Barn at Lainston House.

The base of the tall centrepieces was decorated with 3 mini designs of white rose, spray rose and gypsophila in mini bud vases and 3 tea lights sitting in between each vase of flower. All sit on a mirror plate.

A close up of the tall centrepieces, a mass of white hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and gypsophila. 

A co-ordinating wreath of white roses, spray roses, gypsophila and hydrangea around a storm lantern with church candle make a gorgeous low centrepiece to mix in with the taller designs. They sat on a mirror plate with tea lights all around as before. 

Dawley Barn, Lainston House centrepiece and bar flowers. 

The stunning Dawley Barn at Lainston House all decorated for the wedding breakfast with 
high and low centrepieces of elegant white hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and gypsophila. the bar is decorated with long and low sections of massed white gypsophila with storm lanterns in between each section and either side of the entrance doors are the urns with their designs of massed white gypsophila. Fairy lights and candlelight complete the picture and the overall effect is just beautiful. 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Fred and Rebecca for asking me to design nd create your wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working with you on this beautiful scheme.