Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

Welcome to my brand new blog of wedding flowers.  I hope you enjoy taking a browse or why not use the search bar to search for wedding flowers by Venue, Colour or Styleā€¯ if you are looking for something specific.

Emily's Wedding Flowers, Rownhams House

So to start my brand new blog, here is a very pretty late Spring wedding in shades of blue, apricot and peach featuring some gorgous David Austin roses. Perfect for lovers of the romantic/ vintage look. 


Emily's gorgeous bouquet of peach  David Austin " Juliet " roses, blue nigella and forget-me-not, apricot spray roses, white lilacs and white stocks.


The bridesmaids carried prety bouquets of David Austin " Keira " roses, apricot apray roses, blue nigella and forget-me-not with white lilacs and white stocks.


For the buttonholes, a pretty design of Keira rose with forget-me-not and rosemary


Ceremony Flowers at Rownhams House in blues and peaches, the room is decorated in delicate blues so this colour scheme looked really lovely.


Ceremony flowers at Rownhams House, a lovely long and low design in peaches and blues using Peach David Austin roses, apricot spary roses, blue nigella and forget-me-not with white lilacs and white stocks and a little mixed foliage


Tall tablecentres in blue and peach on vintage stands using blue hydrangeas, peach and apricot roses and spray roses with white astrantia. The stand is decorated with a twist of ivy to give it a lovely natural look. Emily had a mix of high and low designs for the wedding reception. The low table centres were a wreath of flower around a storm lantern and church candle, just as pretty and a lovely way to get flower and colour at different heights. These are all lined up and ready to go - once the wedding ceremony has taken place and the room is turned around.

That just leaves me to say thank you so much Emily for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you, it was an absolute pleasure.

And, I will try and build up this blog but it may take a while, meanwhile you may like to see more past weddings on my old blog