The Prettiest Peony Wedding Bouquets
Peonies aren’t just one of our favorite garden blooms ever – the lush flowers are also some of our all-time favorite fillers for beautiful wedding bouquets. Beloved for their sweet scent, bright color, and voluptuous blossoms, peonies are the picture-perfect addition to your bridal bouquet. Here are some of the prettiest peony bouquets, from bold and bright bridal flowers to subtle bridesmaid bouquets.
Exposed stems give this airy bouquet its natural quality.
Monochromatic pink peonies make a statement.
Dusty coral and ivory peonies are softened with delicate Babys’ Breath.
This combination of orchids and peonies is simple and elegant.
Bouquets for the Bridesmaids
Pink peonies in the bridal party’s bouquets differentiate the maids from the bride.
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Sticking to various shades of the same color – pink – gives this bouquet its refined quality.
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A background of darker sprigs of greenery make these peonies look like they’re glowing.
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We love this playful blend of greens and blues, with the perfect pop of pink peonies.
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Mixing buds with peony blooms creates a lush texture.
Burlap and pastel peonies are the backbone of this daytime bouquet.
Southern Wedding Etiquette You Need To Know Before The Big Day
Southerners know that RSVPs are mandatory and skipping out early is a terrible insult to the bride and groom. We carry ourselves with grace and class – even when there's an open bar and some great music. And, of course, the most important rule of a Southern wedding is that the guests should always participate. Here are the rules of wedding etiquette that every party-goer needs to know.
This blush-colored bouquet is fit for a blushing bride.
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Lavender with pops of deaper purple makes the perfect combination.
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Red flowers are fit for black-tie weddings.
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Made from only three flower types, this lovely bouquet is simple and sophisticated.
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A timeless classic.
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A modern monochrome.
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Something cheery for the happiest of days.
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Embrace color with this vivid bouquet.
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