Brides to be love the large luscious blooms that come in varying shades of white, cream, pink, hot pink, reds and corals.
However, its season of availability is very limited. While typically classified as a late spring, early summer flower, it’s dependent on the weather and once the rains come, the season is done.
Plan on getting married between late April and Mid June if you wish to have one of these at your wedding. It’ll greatly increase your chances of getting this flower.
Here are some photo ideas for your bouquets......
See website below for other ideas
|Peonies in shades of pink and white|
|Dutch parrot tulips and white peonies is set off by a collar of hosta foliage.|
|rosy hues combine in this romantic arrangement.|
|white peonies and lily of the valley|
|peonies and garden roses.|
|peonies and roses with brunia and ornithogalum|
|pink peonies, purple anemones, dusty miller, and a few feathers are accented with vintage metallic and fabric leaves|
|Magenta peonies are combined with Bells of Ireland and green Lady's Mantle in this cascading arrangement|
|Family handkerchief is wrapped around the base of this lush arrangement of pink and white peonies.|
|Light-pink peonies and white garden roses accented with decorative kale.|
|Pale tree peonies, Dutch garden roses, and bleeding hearts with burgundy Japanese maple leaves.|
|Coral Charm peonies and hosta leaves|
|White Peonies with Hens and Chicks and feathers|