Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

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James and Sarah's Classic Wedding Flowers, East Horton Golf Club,Hampshire

A beautiful Spring wedding at East Horton Golf Club in fresh whites and greens, here are Sarah and James' 

wedding flowers.


Sarah's bouquet, white calla lilies, roses and massed gypsophila, very soft and very pretty.


Bouquets of massed white gypsophila and lisianthus for the bridesmaids.

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Buttonhole of white calla lily, grass spires and gypsophila for James and a simple co-ordinating design of calla lily

and grass spires for the remaining men.


Our stunning floral arch decorated in fresh whites and greens using roses, lisianthus, calla lilies, gypsophila

and natural trails of foliage. The wooden arch is freestanding and here it marks the spot where Sarah and James

marry at the East Horton Golf Club.

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 East Horton Golf Club all set up ready for the wedding ceremony, the aisle is decorated with sprigs of gypsophila and 

 the floral arch at the top where the wedding ceremony is held.


 Floral arch at East Horton Golf Club,

Table centres were simple mixed vases of green and white flowers on a log slice to carry the simple rustic theme through

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Sarah and James for asking me to design and cfeate your wedding flowers

for you, I absolutely loved working on this very pretty Spring scheme for you.