Spring brides have long favored a blush color palette for their big day. While the pale pink hue is an easy choice for warm-weather nuptials, contemporary brides may prefer a more modern take on the classic color. Enter peach! This pretty pink, 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 surprisingly neutral tone that pairs with any bold shade beautifully.
One of our favorite ways to incorporate the color into your big day is with peach wedding flowers. Popular blooms like peonies, garden roses, ranunculus, and dahlias are all available in peachy tones, making it super easy for brides-to-be to create their dream bouquet.
To provide inspiration for your own celebration, we're spotlighting some of the most beautiful, original, and downright covet-worthy peach flowers from real weddings. We found classic circular bouquets in creamy peach tones for a classic bride as well as cascading and hand-gathered mixes for the bohemians.
Pro tip: Lamb's ear, dusty miller, and succulents are ideal filler options for this soft shade and happen to be widely available and affordable. Their green-blue hues really make peach colors pop. For something more understated, any white bloom will do the trick. And if you just want a hint of peach, the shade looks equally pretty as an accent color in yellow or magenta bouquets.
Mix In Succulents
Succulents are a modern way to complement peach hues. We love this mixed bouquet of ranunculuses, garden roses, Craspedia, succulents, and seeded eucalyptus in shades of peach, yellow, and white by Studio Choo.
This bouquet of peach roses, dahlias, zinnias, and green succulents from Celsia Florist is so vibrant!
Keep It Minimal With Pastel Hues
For a classic, romantic look, an all-peach bouquet is the way to go. We love the understated vibe of this peach bouquet of Calla lilies, Juliet garden roses, and spray roses from Verde Flowers.
We are in love with this delicate peach bouquet of garden roses and gardenias from Kristine Shin Designs.
Dusty miller accents bring this minimal bouquet of peach-and-cream garden roses from Conyers Flower Shop to life.
Unexpected wildflowers are the perfect way to inject personality into your bouquet. This is especially true for both edgy and bohemian brides. Take a cue from this wildflower bouquet with cockscombs, zinnias, hyacinth beans, old-fashioned garden roses, honeysuckles, and phlox from Flora Verdi.
A cascading bouquet of peach roses, like this one from The Perfect Petal with anemones, hellebores, silver brunia, dusty miller, and jasmine vines, is the perfect accessory for the boho bride.
We also love this loose bouquet of peach, pink, and white peonies, spray roses, sweet peas, and lisianthus from Nancy Liu Chin.
Inject Bold Tones
Peach tones complement brighter spring hues well and are the perfect backdrop for mints, pinks, oranges, and yellows. Inject bold colors into your bouquet for a vibrant arrangement just like this bouquet of roses and ranunculus in peach, orange, pink, and, white paired with green succulents.
Throw In Some Berries
Nothing says spring like berry accents! A smattering of berry accents makes this bouquet of peach and white roses from Bella Fiori look modern and fresh.
Complement With Classic White Flowers
One can never go wrong with classic white flowers. Complement your peach flora of choice with white blooms, like in this bouquet of peach-and-white garden roses from Beehive Events.
The white anemone flowers really add personality to this bouquet of peach Juliet roses and pink roses from Sidra Forman.
This simple and romantic bouquet of peach peonies and lamb's ear is such a delicate arrangement.
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.