Post # 1
Hi Hive! I have search all ends of pinterest and the internet for a bouquet that I love. I have finally found one that it very very similar to my ideal bouquet and looks like it will be an easy DIY. I plan on making all bouquets, bouts, and centerpieces myself with help from Mr. S, my mom, Maid/Matron of Honor, and wedding coordinator.
This is the bouquet that I would love to have but I can only identify the roses. Do any of you fellow bees know what kind of flowers are in there?
I would love to know almost all of what is in her gorgeous bouquet so I can try to replicate it for myself!
Post # 2
Looks like blue hydrangeas, dhalias, maybe some peonies? I’m not sure on the light blue ones…maybe a dendrobium of some sort?
Post # 3
looks like purple peony, waxflower, sweet pea, freesia, hypericum, salal
Post # 4
the peonies/dahlias are purple; the waxflower is the tiny pinky-purple flowers; the sweet pea are the dark purple (hard to see, though); Freesia is the light blue/purple ones; hypericum is the the green pod fillers; and salal are the green leaves.
That is one expensive bouquet though
Post # 5
Peonies are so popular that people think they see them in every bouquet, whether they’re there or not. There are 2 types of roses in that bouquet. I’m not sure what the flower with the question mark is…I’m guessing a dyed freesia or maybe an orchid.