Post # 1
I found this gorgeous bouquet on Pinterest today, and would love to be able to identify the different flowers used! We’re toying with the idea of DIY’ing our flowers. I think I see peonies, but I’m not sure about anything else.
Any ideas? Thank you!!
Post # 3
@FutureMrsHarris2014: I know the big pink ones are Peonies. Sorry I can’t help anymore.
Post # 4
@CatyLady: That’s okay! Thanks for confirming they are peonies! I see roses now too, so maybe it’s just the blue ones that I’m trying to figure out 🙂
Post # 5
@FutureMrsHarris2014: Here is a great website that my aunt had me look at(she is a florist) to help me pick flowers for my wedding. I hope this helps 🙂
Post # 6
@FutureMrsHarris2014: The pale purple ones are sweet peas and I think the smaller pink ones are some type of rose. Hope that helps!
Post # 7
@rmrsln2010: Thanks so much for sharing this website!!
@LilyBee70: Thank you!!! I just googled “sweet peas” and that’s definitely them! I appreciate it so much!!
Post # 8
Peonies, sweet peas, and some type of tea rose. Good luck!
Post # 9
@FutureMrsHarris2014: It looks like peonies, sweet pea and spray roses. I think sweet pea is fairly tender though, so you might want to substitute lisianthus or something else that’s hardier instead. Also, if you want to save yourself some money you can substitute peony roses for peonies.
Post # 10
Definitely some sort of small garden rose in there….
pretty bouquet though!
Post # 11
FYI, the peonies and sweet peas will be difficult to get in July if you decide to DIY unless you’re willing to spend a LOT of money for them. Sweet peas are also really temperamental and delicate and difficult to work with, which means you may have to buy way more than you need in order to have enough that look nice/pretty enough to use for your bouqet. Also, don’t use them in a boutonniere; one hug and they’ll fall apart completely. Best of luck!
Post # 12
I see peonies (the big ones), spray roses and sweet pea!