Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

Welcome to my brand new blog of wedding flowers.  I hope you enjoy taking a browse or why not use the search bar to search for wedding flowers by Venue, Colour or Styleā€¯ if you are looking for something specific.

Mia's Shabby Chic, Lavender and White Wedding Flowers, Burley Manor, New Forest


Mia's impossibly romantic overarm bouquet, perfect for a New Forest wedding. I have used white roses, astilbe,

bouvardia and lisianthus with a little lavender limonium and mixed foliages to create the look. You don't see to many

overarm bouquets which is a shame because they are so relaxed and pretty and very easy to carry. I loved making this

one for Mia. 


Bridesmaids carried a posy version, every bit as pretty.

buttonhole-white-rose,lavender-rosemary.jpg  pretty-white-corsage-lisianthus,bouvardia+astilbe.jpg

Men wore buttonholes of a white rose with lavender and rosemary. Ladies wore wedding themed corsages of white

lisianthus, bouvardia and astilbe with rosemary and eucalyptus.


Ceremony table flowers at the Burley Manor, a gorgeous long and low, trailing design with scented candles in

lavender, sage and white. I have used white roses, lisianthus and astilbe with fresh lavender for scent, lavender

limonium for a touch of lilac rustic style and mixed foliages to create this design. On the grounds it was to pretty not

to make maximum use out of it, we used it to decorate the top table for the wedding breakfast as well.


The mantle at Burley Manor decorated with gin bottles filled with mixed wedding themed designs in lavender and

white. The gin bottles are the bride's own and sadly, I wasn't asked to help out with the original contents !


Another shot of the gin bottle designs on Burley Manor's mantle. 


A low centrepiece for the wooden trestle tables at Burley Manor. A gorgeous wedding themed design in a low pedestal

bowl using white roses, lisianthus and astilbe with fresh lavender for scent, lilac limonium and sage foliages.


These co-ordinating floral designs in low wooden boxes were used either side of the central pedestal bowl design

to carry the colour and flower along the length of the trestle table.


Wooden trestle table at Burley Manor decorated shabby chic style with a central round floral design in lavender and

whites  and a lower design in a wooden box either side. The overall result is very pretty and does a good job of carrying

the colour and scent of the flowers along the length of the table.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so Mia for asking me to design and create your wedding flowers for you. I 

absolutely loved working on this very pretty scheme for you.