If you have yet to see pictures from Emily Maynard and Tyler Johnson’s wedding, you need to click this link so fast and check it out! The full wedding feature on Style Me Pretty gives all the gorgeous details of this amazing wedding.
Aside from the beautiful bride and groom and their intimate ceremony that left us in tears, we are also drooling over the color scheme and floral arrangements.
Emily Maynard’s wedding flowers perfectly depicted a blush pink and ivory wedding color scheme. The touches of bronze/gold throughout Tyler Johnson’s family farm only added to the beautiful theme.
Here is the flower break down:
This gorgeous bouquet appears to just use white peonies. The peonies really speak for themselves, leaving no reason to add extra flowers, filler, or greens. The ones in the photo are really bloomed, giving a fluffy and full texture.
To make this bouquet yourself you would need:
1 bunch Peony White
It truly is an easy process to make a DIY wedding bouquet. For a simple, yet stunning, bouquet like this, it is just a matter of arranging the peonies together and wrapping the stems.
Use this link to our blog post on How to Make a DIY Peony Bouquet.
These are the perfect blush pink and ivory centerpieces. The shorter vases make them ideal for table arrangements and their elegance is undeniable.
To make a similar centerpiece you would need:
Greenery (Try Seeded Eucalyptus)
Making this centerpiece would just be a matter of pruning the stems of your flowers to a desired length for your vase. If your vases are not clear, use floral foam. Check out this centerpiece tutorial on how to do so.
Other flower arrangements
Using the same technique as the above centerpieces, but different flowers and vases, will give you arrangements similar to these two.
Flowers in both of these arrangements include: pink peonies, white peonies, garden roses, and standard roses.
Be sure to check out the rest of Emily Maynard’s wedding flowers and all the other details of this dreamy wedding here!
Let us know when you pick up your jaw off the floor.