Brides have long favored blush color palettes for their spring and summer weddings. While it's an easy choice for warm-weather nuptials, contemporary brides may prefer a more modern take on the classic color. Enter: peach! This pretty pink shade filled with vibrant orange tones feels sophisticated, romantic, soft, and spring-like. From classic, formal weddings to rustic, seaside, or garden affairs, a peach-toned day is fresh yet stylish. The best part about the shade? It effortlessly complements the season's other popular colors: From pale mint to sunflower yellow, peach is a neutral tone that pairs with any bold shade beautifully.
One of our favorite ways to incorporate peach into a wedding is with flowers. Popular blooms like peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, and dahlias are all available in peachy tones, making it easy for brides-to-be to create their dream bouquet. You can use white blooms to complement your peach flowers for a look that's beautifully understated. If you just want a hint of peach, the shade looks equally pretty as an accent color in yellow or magenta bouquets.
Lamb's ear, dusty miller, and succulents are ideal filler options for this soft shade and are widely available and affordable. Their green-blue hues really make peach colors pop.
Below, we've rounded up 14 of the most beautiful, original, and downright covet-worthy bouquets with peach flowers from real weddings to inspire you.
Mix In Succulents
Incorporating pale green succulents is a modern way to complement peach hues. We love this mixed bouquet of white peonies, peach garden roses, and sculptural succulents for a springtime desert wedding in Palm Springs.
This bride's ultra-textural bouquet is filled with shades of peach, pink, and yellow. With roses, ranunculus, anemones, white and peach dahlias, and seeded eucalyptus, it was a gorgeous accompaniment for her summertime backyard nuptials.
Embrace Muted Colors
This loose, boho bouquet of buttercup, peach, and blush florals mixed with dried grasses was perfect for this bride's seaside wedding in Laguna beach. The muted pinks and oranges mimic the colors of the California sunset.
This bouquet of white and peach-pink peonies, accented with baby's breath and a few green sprigs, is gorgeous and understated. The big, white blooms are perfectly accented by the lightly hued peach roses.
Peach ranunculus, blush roses, and white peonies comprise this gorgeous summertime wedding bouquet by Splints and Daisies. We love how bold greens tie together with neutral, earthy tones.
Use Lush Roses
Peach garden roses take center stage in this gorgeous arrangement by Wildflowers by Design. We love how every rose is a unique shade of peach, from soft pink to yellowish to almost white.
Add Flowing Greenery
This flowing bouquet combines cascading greenery with a mix of florals, the perfect accessory for this bride's camp-inspired, midsummer wedding. Yellow, pink, and peach tones blend perfectly with one another for an utterly romantic arrangement.
For summertime beach nuptials or an island destination wedding, tropical-inspired florals are the way to go. This stunning arrangement by Of the Flowers incorporates peach, pink, and green anthuriums, roses, ginger, ranunculuses, peonies, and an array of greenery.
If you don't want it to be the focal point, you can use peach florals as accents in a colorful bouquet. This boho arrangement by Gradient and Hue combines peach, pink, and burgundy roses, peonies, and ranunculus with blue delphinium and dark greenery.
This eclectic mix of flowers, greens, and herbs by Doe + Jay really makes a statement. With a mix of eucalyptus, fern, bay leaf, peach asclepia, Antike garden roses, pink spray roses, Helios garden roses, white dahlias, echinacea centers, peach zinnia, white scabiosa, and one big pale pink anthurium, this bouquet is truly one-of-a-kind.
Add Fresh Calla Lilies
To make your peach flowers really pop, use them as accents on a predominantly white backdrop. We love the peach roses and peach calla lilies on this bed of white ranunculuses from Melarosa.