bridal bouquet: with anemone, gray berzilia berries. This is what the bouquets will look like with the bridesmaids having silver/grey and the bride ivory. The flower girls will carry a small bouquet of just the anemone with a navy ribbon.
While peonies aren't in-season during the winter months, they're typically available all year round. Paired with soft textured dusty miller or lamb's ear leaves, these flowers can make a stunning winter wedding bouquet. Photo from Weddingomania .
Perfect Wedding Color Palette: Sheer Citrus and Pink. A Blushing Bouquet: Balance the more angular facets of your decor with soft, organic notes: tree peonies and sweet peas, tied together with a flowing piece of diaphanous silk chiffon.
"An abundant bouquet of soft pink cabbage roses lends credence to the phrase blushing bride. This lush bouquet is made of flowers gathered at their fullest from Martha's East Hampton garden." Smaller-volume bouquet in white or ivory?
A combination of flowers large (peonies and ranunculus), medium (sweet peas), and petite (jasmine and 'Hally Jolivette' cherry blossoms) gives this bouquet dimension. - beautiful flowers, sort of 'wild flower' look