Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

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Emma's Classic Wedding Flowers, Outdoor Ceremony,Lainston House

A claasic green and white scheme full of summer favourites for an outside wedding at the pavilion at Lainston House. Here are Emma's wedding flowers.


Emma's bouquet, a formal teardrop of white roses, spray roses, bouvardia, freesia,stocks and lisianthus with absolutely minimal foliage. Very soft and very beautiful.


Bridesmaids carried co-ordinating posies of white roses, bouvardia,freesia and stocks.


Buttonhole of rose, gyp and mixed foliage for the men and corsages of grouped freesia, gyp and mixed foliage for the ladies.


The pavilion at Lainston House ready for Emma's outdoor wedding. We have filled urns either side of the ceremony table with a summer design of white hydrangeas, roses, spray roses, stocks and delphiniums and tied bunches of stocks decorate the aisle chairs. A co-ordinating long and low design finishes the look on the ceremony table 


The urn flowers, a glorious summer mix in whites and fresh greens using hydrangeas, roses, spray roses, delphiniums and stocks with mixed foliages.



Tied bunches of white stocks look pretty on the white painted aisle chairs.


Lainston House, the pavilion all ready for the outdoor wedding ceremony.


Inside the barn at Lainston House, a tall centrepiece of summer favourites using white roses, spray roses, stocks and lisianthus with fresh green foliages. A trail of ivy and lisianthus flowers winding down the stem of the cocktail vase provides a beautiful finishing touch. The design sits on a mirror plate with tea lights. The ledge above the bar is decorated with storm lanterns and co-ordinating design of trailing flowers and foliages.


The top table and fireplace at Lainston, the tea lights on the brick ledges above the mantle look really pretty with the fairy lights above and the mantle flowers below.


 A beautiful floral wreath around a storm lantern makes a lovely low table centre, here it's used to mark the entrance to the barn

And that just leaves to say thank you so much Emma for asking me to designa nd create your wedding flowers for you, it was such a pleasure and I am so glad the weather held for you.