Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

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Kate's Peach and Blue Spring Wedding Flowers at St John the Baptist Church, Boldre & Master Builders, Bucklers Hard


Kate's pretty, tear drop bouquet of white lilacs, ( Syringa) double tulips, paperwhites, freesia, ranunculus, blue

forget-me-not and peach lisianthus. Absolutely beautiful for her early Spring wedding.


Bridesmaid's bouquet of Spring flowers in white, mint and blue using white lilacs, double tulips, forget-me-not

and peach lisianthus.


And for the flower girl - a mini version of the bridesmaid's bouquet.

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Mixed buttonholes of Spring flowers in white and blue using ranunculus, tulips and forget-me-not with rosemary.


Mum's corsage using white double freesia.


Church entrance flowers, a pair of "Floral Trees" made using peach roses, blue delphinium, mint viburnum 

opulus and white lilacs with mixed garden style foliages and ivy trails. Absolutely lovely for a Spring wedding

in a village church. The style is very loose and natural and the church is St John the Baptist at Boldre, New Forest


Pew ends of white tulips, paperwhites and blue delphinium with rustic style foliages and ivy trails at St John the

Baptist church, Boldre. Perfect for a Spring wedding in a country village church.


Church pedestal design with church candles for Kate's late March wedding using peach roses, blue delphinium, mint

viburnum opulus and white lilacs with mixed rustic style foliages and ivy trails


Pretty design of Spring flowers in whites and pale blues in the bar area at the Master Builders, Bucklers hard where

Kate and Tom held their wedding reception.


A mini design of white double tulips and paperwhites decorates one of the small bar tables.


Beautiful, tall, shabby chic style centrepiece using peach roses, blue delphinium, mint viburnum opulus and white

lilacs with mixed rustic style foliages and ivy trails at the Master Builders Hotel, Bucklers Hard


A pretty floral wreath around a storm lantern with church candle makes a lovely co-ordinating low centrepiece.

Mixing tall and low design is a pretty way to ensure flower and colour at different levels and the overall effect is

really lovely.


The outside seating area at the Master Builders, bar tables were decorated with mini designs of scented massed



Tall lanterns with a church candle and a twist of ivy decoarted the other half of the bar tables in the outside seating



The outside seating area at the Master Builders Hotel, Bucklers Hard decorated with mini vases of massed paperwhites

and lanterns all ready for Kate and Tom's wedding reception.

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