With a short growing season, vibrant colors, wonderful fragrance and lush, rich appearance, it is understandable why some brides plan their wedding date around peony season. The peony is known in China as the flower of riches and honor; a sentiment that makes it as appropriate for a wedding day as the flower’s appearance itself.
This elegant monochromatic bouquet of white peonies, white cymbidium orchids and white calla lilies is given just a hint of deep pink from the throats of the cymbidium orchid.
A pale bouquet of fragrant white freesias and white peonies is enhanced by the subtle addition of pale pink peonies.
These gorgeous light, lacy, exquisite pale pink peonies needs no additional embellishing to be absolutely remarkable.
Against the white of this bride’s dress and the black of her bridesmaids’ dresses, these fuchsia peony bouquets pop with amazing color. Adorned with sprays of crystal adds a little dazzle to an already striking bouquet.
A unique use of color makes this a captivating bouquet. Pale purple calla lilies and pale pink ranunculus pair beautifully with purpley-pinkish and pale pink peonies. Such a striking bouquet cannot even be overwhelmed by the over sized taupe satin bow.
Light and airy, the height of spring time loveliness, is this combination of pale pink peonies, purple sweet peas, purple calla lilies, pink hydrangeas and pink ranunculus.
A glorious mix of white, pale pink, bright pink and fuchsia peonies, paired with seeded eucalyptus and presented in a galvanized rectangular container give this head table an elegant garden atmosphere.
Billowing white and pink peonies turn this stark three-tiered fondant cake into a cloud-like dream.
Sweet pomanders of dark pink peonies tied with pale green satin ribbon are a sophisticated adornment for your littlest attendant.