{Wedding Trends} : Peony Bouquets – Part 2

Prepare to be swept off your feet by an oh-so-pretty, perfectly dreamy and all around gorgeous round 2 of peony bouquets.  
Everywhere I look I see more and more stylish brides caring beautiful floral confections that feature the elegant peony. Take for example the super-chic bride from last week’s Contemporary DIY Wedding who carried this amazing fuchsia peony bouquet with blue tulle that I can’t stop raving about.  Inspired by this lovely posy I crafted another plethora of fabulous peony bouquets that you will sure love.
Sopping by {Wedding Trends} : Peony Bouquets – Part 1, after this feature, is a must!


This is the amazing bouquet from last week’s Contemporary DIY Wedding filled with steal-worthy details. 
Soft-pink, peach and white peonies may just be the perfect flowers to create a completely romantic bouquet.
I’m really obsessed with these white peony bouquets with accents of bright colors. I think they’re super-sophisticated. What do you think?
To make a statement nothing better than a bright pink or red bouquet. Add peonies to the equation and you get perfection.



Photography Credits by row: Photography: Kay English Photography  | Floral Design & Decor: Gerad’s Florist & Decorators | Via: Style Me Pretty
Floral design: Floralia , photography: Susan Stripling   .   Via Fleurs de France | Corbin Gurkin Photography, via SMP
Photography by Sarah Postma, floral design by Stem & Co. at Smith’s Flowers | via pinterest
Photo by Eric Kelley Photography via SMP   .   Source Strictly Weddings via Luxe Finds   .   Via Luxe Finds
10 Floral Design: Harvey Designs | Floral Design: Cynthia Martyn Events, photo by Jodi Renee via SMP
11 Via Brideorama | Via Pink Preppy Lilly Lover   .   12 Designed by Signature Bloom, photography by Lacie Hansen, via The Wedding Chicks

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