Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

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Jo's Rustic Style Autumn Wedding Flowers, East Horton Golf Club


Jo's bouquet, a beautiful autumnal mix of champagne roses, burgundy spray rose and skimmia, dusky pink wax

flower and astrantia with ornithogalum, spires of veronica and astilbe and soft trails of asparagus fern and berried

euaclyptus. Very loose and natural and perfect for a late September wedding.


Bridesmaids carried a smaller version of Jo's bouquet but without the burgundy spray rose.

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Groom's buttonhole of champagne rose, autumnal skimmia with astrantia, rosemary and a little green

leaf to co-ordinate beautifully with the bridal bouquet.

Groomsmen wore simple designs of champagne rose with rosemary and a little pink wax flower.


Bride's mum's corsage of champagne rose with apricot lisianthus and skimmia

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 Rustic pew ends of champagne roses with skimmia and trails of ivy and berried eucalyptus. Gorgeous for an

autumn village church wedding. The church is St John's at Hedge End.


 Floral wreaths around a storm lantern make a gorgeous low centrepiece for an autumn wedding. This one uses

champagne roses, apricot lisianthus, dusky pink astrantia, wax flower and skimmia with deep burgundy cotinus

leaves, pittosporum, berried eualyptus and spires of asprargus fern.


Jo mixed the low designs with these matching tall designs in a high cocktail vase decorated with a twist of ivy down

the stem. The venue is East Horton Golf Club.


 The top table was decorated with a matching low and low trailing design in sections with a storm lantern and

church candle in between each section.

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East Horton Golf Club all set up ready for the wedding breakfast with high and low centrepieces and matching designs 

on the wooden beams above. 

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Jo for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you,

it was an absolute pleasure working on these beautiful seasonal designs for you.