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Peachy Pink and Burgundy Bouquet Breakdown

written by Thalia July 7, 2017
FiftyFlowers - Laura Peele Photography

The blush and burgundy duo has been the go-to color palette for quite some time now and what’s not to love? The flower options are endless with this chic color combo and so is the decor! I especially love the new redefined look of this color palette. I’m talking about the peachy-tones that are being fused into this color scheme. A great example of this is the bouquet I am breaking down today, which was sent to me by a reader. We love when our readers reach out and request a breakdown of their favorite floral arrangement. This bridal bouquet was designed by Jen Rios and was featured in a black and gold art deco styled shoot. (You can find the full photoshoot and details here.) It is full of depth, texture and elegance, which matched perfectly with T & P Station in Fort Worth, Texas. Keep on scrolling to see Lauren Peele’s beautiful bouquet shot and a full breakdown!

FiftyFlowers-Bouquet-Breakdown-Peach-and-Burgundy

This bouquet could be recreated using the following flowers: David Austin Peach Juliet Garden Roses, some Chocolate Cosmos, Purpleberry Mini Calla Lilies, Burgundy Berry Dahlia, some whimsical Ivory White Astrantia stems, Tutu Pink Roses and Blushing Burgundy Mini Cymbdium Orchids. We don’t offer the long cascading flower you see pictured but it could be substituted with our Light Pink Lysimachia Veronica or Red Hanging Amaranthus to achieve a similar look.

Love 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!

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