Post # 1
I love the bouquets in the photo below (minus the peach flower color) but I can’t tell what flowers they are… Also I forget what that light green greenery is called.
Any help is appreciated, thanks!
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Post # 4
The velvety green leaf is called dusty miller
Post # 5
@cara.gorman: i found this picture, looks simular and is a more detailed view, may help you out
Post # 6
Hi @cara.gorman: Not an extremely clear picture that is focusse on the bouquets
But I was able to zoom in some…
I’d wager a guess that the big white ones are Peonies (GORGEOUS Wedding Flower) and it looks like there is some Dusty Millar as well in there (the blue grey leaves / greenery)
Wikipedia – Peony = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peony
Wikipedia – Dusty Miller (Centaurea cineraria) = http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Centaurea_cineraria
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EDIT TO ADD…
Wow much better photo. Definitely Peonies & Dusty Miller in the mix.
Post # 7
Okay, I got a little creepy and I did some detective work for you (these people are on like 15 websites):
Bridal bouquet: David Austen Juliet roses, sweet pea, pink stock, white peonies, pink lisianthus, pink jasmine, dusty miller
This one has lots of pink and white sweet peas, vendela roses, pink stock, dusty miller
Post # 8
I think those large flowers are actually garden roses, which look very similar to peonies.
Post # 9
@Ls413: The big white ones in the bride’s bouquet are peonies. But the pink ones are indeed garden roses.
Post # 10
You can use Google Image Search for things like this.