This post is full of wedding flower inspiration on how you can use peach, ivory and cream flowers in your wedding day. Peach has seen a comeback over the last few years, proving very popular in the States, I think the trend has moved over here and wedding magazines and blogs are featuring more and more peachy wedding goodness. I created these flowers for a recent wedding fair and used a brighter peach avalanche rose as the focus, yet toned it down by using cream and ivory with rustic foliage to provide a more autumnal feel.
I love this bouquet! A tightly packed hand-tied bridal bouquet of peach avalanche rose, talea rose, cream and pale pink dahlias, and scabiosa seed heads with eucalyptus foliage. The colours provide a romantic and vintage look and this bouquet would be perfect for an subtle autumn wedding.
This natural, rustic hand-tied bridal bouquet contains talea roses, cream dahlias, white stocks, hypericum, berried eucalyptus, lisianthus and thistles. A real combination of wilder looking flowers creating a more unstructured look for the more relaxed bride. I tied the bouquet with natural twine and then used a black and white gingham ribbon to finish off the bouquet. The stocks offer a fabulous scent to this bouquet so not only do you get beautiful looking flowers, you get beautiful smelling flowers!
These Jam Jars filled with seasonal flowers would be perfect for an Autumn wedding, either in a cluster in the centre of a round table, or placed throughout the middle of a long table. The thistles, seed pods, oak leaves and berried eucalyptus add a rustic element to these normally feminine decorations, and bring the jam jars right up into the Autumn season.
I filled this vintage metal bucket with roses, dahlias, thistles and lisianthus. These arrangements are a great way to decorate the centre of wedding tables. A very versatile arrangement and the pastel, vintage tones of the pale pink, ivory and peach really suit the look of the container.
These urns look fabulous filled with larger seasonal bloom such as these hydrangeas. The urns can be placed on pillars, or at various points in the reception or church that lean towards needing a larger floral arrangement. I used oak leaves and eucalyptus foliage, with the gorgeous peach talea rose and white scented stocks to fill this urn. I am a big fan of peach and am glad it is having a comeback. Would you ever consider having peach flowers at your wedding?? xxx