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Bouquet Breakdown: Bold Burgundy and Soft Peach

written by Thalia Basulto January 23, 2018
Burgundy and Peach Bouquet

It’s time for another Bouquet Breakdown! These breakdowns can be very helpful especially if you’re not familiar with flowers. Whether you’re DIYing your wedding flowers or you simply want to recreate the look for an at-home arrangement, these breakdowns are very useful. The bouquet I am breaking down today was uploaded by a Pinterest user and unfortunately, I was unable to find the exact source. Marina and I were obsessed with this bouquet from the moment we saw it so I knew I had to share it with you all! I mean, what’s not to love about this contrasting color scheme?! A color scheme such as this is commonly used for fall/winter weddings but I think this daring duo would look amazing in the spring and summer too. Other than the bold contrast, I love the texture this arrangement has from the spikey thistle to whimsical astilbe, there’s no doubt this bouquet is eye-catching!

To recreate this gorgeous bridal bouquet, here’s what you’ll need: David Austin Rose Peach Juliet AusgamesonBlue ThistleSeeded Eucalyptus GreeneryBaby Eucalyptus Greens and Pinky Lavender Astrantia. For a dramatic and texture contrast, add in a few stems of Red Astilbe FlowersBlack Bacarra Red RosesQueens Red Hellebores and Red Ecuadorian Roses. This bridal bouquet also features Privett Berries, which is only available in November and December. A suitable substitution would be our Burgundy Designer Hypericum Berries.

Burgundy and Peach Bridal Bouquet

One thing to keep in mind when recreating this look is that this bouquet features delicate flowers like Hellebores. We recommend this to customers with extensive flower knowledge. If you’re interested in ordering Hellebores, you can use the Live Chat feature in the bottom right corner of the website, or give us a call at (877) 507-6737 and ask for availability.

Like this bouquet? Check out all of our Bouquet Breakdowns on the blog and our Pinterest board! If you’ve found an arrangement that you need broken down to try and recreate yourself, just leave a comment with a link to the image and we will do our best to offer some suggestions!


Janet Hunley August 19, 2018 at 3:36 am

If I was interested in purchasing the one on this page could I and what is the price and time frame if I did this myself where would I find the right products

Thalia August 20, 2018 at 2:49 pm

Hi Janet, most of our products are intended for DIY arrangements, so you would have to purchase the products listed above and arrange the bouquet yourself. We recommend placing your order at least 3-4 weeks in advance.

Judy Colston January 30, 2018 at 11:40 am

I am making a wedding bouquet for a September wedding. The bride wants burgundy and ivory with blush as well. Also Eucalyptus and other greenery. It is to be a large bouquet. Can you let me know which variety of flowers will be available then. I know she likes Peonies but I know they are out of season, I was thinking Ranuculus or something similar also large roses?

Thalia January 30, 2018 at 12:31 pm

Hi Judy, thanks for reaching out! Most of our flowers are available year round. To confirm that the flower you want to order is available, on each product page, where it asks for you to enter your delivery date, a popup calendar will appear. If the bride’s wedding date is available on this calendar, then the flower will be in season. All unavailable dates will be blocked out and unable to select. If your ideal delivery date is unavailable, you can always check with customer care so we can look into this for you! Each flower is different, we suggest checking each flower you’re interested in and viewing its calendar. Ranunculus are beautiful but they might be too small if you’re looking for a substitution for peonies. I might suggest taking a look at our garden roses. Some varieties can be just as big as peonies. Check these out: Creamy Ivory Peony Roses and our Walk of Fame Garden Roses. Please let me know if you have any other questions! 🙂


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