Fiori by Lynne Wedding Flower Blog

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Sue's Blue and White, Garden Party Style Flowers, Marquee, Southampton


Beautiful, summery,white, blue and lavender, bouquet for Sue using white roses, agapanthus, stocks and larkspur

with pale blue delphiniums and a little lavender lisianthus. Love the english summer garden look mix of flowers and

the delicate colours of this one.

Bouquets of massed gypsophila and pale blue delphiniums for the bridesmaids who were in sky blue dresses.


For the men a buttonhole of gypsophila in a linear design.


Stunning, garden party, marquee wedding with centrepieces of gypsophila, blue delphinium and lavender lisianthus

in low zinc pots. Just perfect on the wooden garden tables. Love the pale blue, lavender and sage paper lanterns

hanging from the marquee ceiling too.


The entrance to the marquee was decorated by these beautiful pedestal flowers in stone urns. I have used a lovely,

summery mix of white hydrangeas, roses, stocks and gypsophila with blue delphiniums and lavender lisianthus with

mixed green foliages to create the look.

Wedding marquee entrance with two pedestal designs in stone urns and the view of the garden beyond.


Low centrepiece of gypsophila with blue delphium and lavender lisianthus in a zinc bucket.


Matching mini designs in 3 zinc pots using gypsophila, blue delphinium and lavender lisianthus to go round the

umbrella in this garden table.


Beautiful garden wedding with wooden tables decorated with zinc pots of gyp, delphinium and lisianthus.


And last but not least, the wedding cake decorated with a little vase of gyp and delicate foliage trails around the base.

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

flowers for you and I hope you all the most perfect day. Lovely to meet Kirsty of who

was on hand to make sure the day all ran perfectly.