Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

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Rebecca and Fred's Classic Outdoor Wedding at Lainston House

A beautiful classic wedding at Lainston House with the ceremony outdoors in the pavilion and the wedding breakfast

in the Dawley Barn. The flowers were beautifully simple in classic whites and the September weather was absolutely

perfect for a garden wedding. Here are Rebecca and Fred's wedding flowers


Rebecca's bouquet, a classic mix of Avalanche roses, white spray roses and white gypsophila. Bridesmaids carried

hand tied posies of massed gypsophila.

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Men wore classic and very simple buttonholes of a single Avalanche rose and the ladies, corsages of white rose, spray

rose and a little gypsophila. 

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The stunning pavilion at Lainston House all set out ready for the wedding ceremony. Garden urns with simple designs 

of massed gypsophila sit either side of the ceremony table which has a co-ordinating design in a low pedestal bowl.

The chairs are decorated with little posies of massed gypsophila and the aisle is lined by elegant lanterns. We also

scattered fresh white rose petals down the aisle but here we are waiting to find out if the venue were going to put a

carpet down the aisle.



The wedding ceremony flowers at the pavilion at Lainston House. The simple massed gypsophila designs in the urns,

on the ceremony table and on the chairs lining the aisle look so fresh and pretty but also very elegant.


Tall centrepieces of massed white hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and gypsophila look amazing in the Dawley Barn

 for the wedding breakfast.

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Three mini designs of white rose, spray rose and gyp decorate the area at the base of the tall centrepieces with three 

tea lights in between and all are on a mirror plate.

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Close up of the tall centrepieces, a mass of white roses, spray roses, hydrangeas and gypsophila.


A co-ordinating floral wreath of white roses, spray roses, hydrangea and gypsophila around a storm lantern with church

candle made a gorgeous low design to mix in with the tall centrepices. The flowers sit on a mirror plate with tea lights

all around as before.


Dawley Barn at Lainston House  all set up ready for the wedding breakfast with high and low centrepieces of classic

white hydrangeas, roses, spray roses and gypsophila and the ledge above the bar is decorated with long and low

sections of massed white gypsophila with a large storm lantern with church candle in between each section. The

overalleffect is just beautiful.

And that just leaves me to say thank you so much Rebecca and Fred for asking me to design and create your

wedding flowers for you. It was an absolute pleasure working with you on these beautiful designs.