Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

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Melanie's Spring Wedding Flowers at Rhinefield House, Classic with a Rustic Twist


Melanie's tear drop bouquet in yellows and blues using lemon and yellow roses, freesias, hyacinths, lisianthus, blue

delphinium and forget-me-not with solidago and trails of jasmine. The hyacinths and freesias gave the bouquet a

wonderful scent and the lemon rose was a very aptly named variety called Blonde Beauty. The look is classic with a

rustic twist and I loved making this bouquet with it's stunning colour combination and very natural look..


Bridesmaids carried hand tied posies of lemon and yellow roses with blue delphinium and forget-me-not, white

hyacinths, yellow freesias, cream lisianthus and solidago. Very pretty and very natural, perfect for a Spring wedding

in the forest.

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Buttonholes of lemon rose with blue forget-me-not and solidago for the men. Ladies wore corsages of lemon rose and

lisianthus with hyacinth pips and jasmine. Very pretty and wedding themed.


Tall Centrepieces at Rhinefield House using lemon roses and lisianthus, yellow freesia, tanacetum and solidago with

royal blue delphiniums and fresh green foliages on a trumpet vase decorated inside with a stem of delphinium. The look

is classic with a rustic twist and the log slice on which the vases sit finish the look off perfectly. 


Spring wedding at Rhinefield House, these tall centrepieces in yellows and blues with their rustic twist looked amazing.

The bright colours lighten up what can be a dark room really well.


Rhinefield House, Great Hall set up for the wedding ceremony in Melanie's blue and yellow theme. We used tall

lanterns with church candles to line the aisle. The ceremony table is decorated with a stunning long and low design 

of lemon roses, lisianthus, yellow freesia, solidago and tanacetum with royal blue delphiniums and soft trails of foliage.

The design is in 3 sections with a storm lantern and church candle in between each section. After the ceremony these

were moved to decorate the 3 alcoves at the back of the Great Hall. We used 2 of the centrepieces on stone plinths to

decoreate the area behind the ceremony table. The overall effect was stunning even if this photo doesn't do it justice.

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

you, I absolutely loved working on this stunning Spring scheme for you and I hope you all had the most amazing day.