Peach Wedding Flower Inspiration

4th June 2014

The colour peach has become ever so popular over the last few years in wedding flowers, once seen as a dated colour linked with gyp and meringues (not the good, sweet sort…you know the ones!) It has become a firm favourite choice for wedding flowers amongst my couples, and also amongst my flower friends I spend time tweeting/instagramming with! I have a few examples of how beautiful peach wedding flowers can be and a few gorgeous flowers that offer you this look!

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Roses come in a variety of peaches from strong to pale, my favourites being David Austin ‘Juliet’ a stunning multi layered petal that is so feminine and pretty! Other favourites include Talea a real soft, pale peach and Peach Avalanche which has a more orange/yellow tone to it. A beautiful spray rose I have been using a lot lately is ‘Jana’ guaranteed for peach gorgeousness!

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This bouquet features the David Austin and the spray rose, also some parrot tulips which are perfect for spring, tuberose again a scented spring beauty. I also added in accents of white with lilac, veronica, stocks and blossom finished off with beautiful soft olive, eucalyptus foliage.

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I love this cute little copper vase filled with spring sprigs! Parrot tulips, blossom, tuberose and lilac finished off with bright green viburnum, adding massive zing to the vase! The copper vessel works so well with these tones, in fact I think it works well with all flowers adding a metallic element to your wedding flowers without the bling.

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Peach not only works well with the soft ivory and pink tones, here I have used it amongst purple, plum and bright green and I am a huge fan, what do you think?!

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I filled this stone urn with a base of soft grey eucalyptus and viburnum foliage adding in the beautiful David Austin and spray rose, the most beautiful purple parrot tulips, scabiosa as the main flowers. Softening the arrangement with purple lilac, green viburnum and a few blossom sprigs! It shows how versatile peach is within wedding flowers and may lead you to choose a more unexpected colour palette when you are exploring wedding flower ideas!

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If you are getting married in Bristol, Bath, Somerset or the South West and would like a chat about wedding flowers then do get in touch! It would be great to hear your ideas and talk through your big day… Rachel@theroseshed.co.uk xxx

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