I love this colour as it has such a range of shades and tones. In the photos on this page you can see lots of ways how I have used peach wedding flowers to create bouquets, table decorations and church wedding decorations.
The shade of peach wedding flowers you choose can quite simply be based around the colour of your bridesmaid’s dresses. If they are wearing a strong peach colour then you might want to consider a rose like the beautiful ‘Miss Piggy’ rose that you can see in the photos below.
This vibrant shade of peach looks great with pink and cream. Below are bouquets that I made for an autumn wedding with both these colour themes.
The peach peony that you can see below is another great flower for this colour theme. This flower is in season in the spring and peach wedding flowers also look great at this time of the year.
If you’re looking for a more subtle shade of peach then you might like this delicate peach rose you can see in the photobelow right. This rose is called ‘Kiwi’ and is delicate in tone but not too pale if you want to add a warm shade to your wedding flowers.
The ‘Kiwi’ peach rose also works well with the cream ‘Vendela’ rose as it brings out the peach tone of the vendela rose. Another great flower with a delicate shade of peach are the hypericum berries you can see in the bouquets throughout this page. When added to bouquets like the one above they can really add a delicate peach colour without letting the colour dominate.
If you really don’t want too much of a peach wedding flower colour and more of a delicate hint of peach then the ‘Vendela’ rose is perfect. Here you can see how I’ve used this beautiful rose to create this ball shaped bridal bouquet (photo’s below).
A delicate hint of peach works really well if your bridesmaids are wearing taupe, blush or soft peach coloured dresses. You can see in the photo here how it works perfectly with these bridesmaids who are wearing a soft taupe colour. I produced these delicate peach wedding flowers for Gemma’s summer wedding.
You can see in the photo above how a delicate peach wedding flower theme also works well for wedding centerpieces. These candelabra arrangements were made for a recent wedding at Wethele Manor, Leamington Spa.