Summer Flower Recipe to make a Peach and Mint Bouquet

Learn what flowers you need to make this lovely peach and mint bouquet! What we love about this color scheme is that it is fitting for each season! Winter, spring, summer, or fall weddings- this bouquet is for you!

peach and mint bouquetPhoto by Michele Shore and Bouquet by Petals Couture

This bouquet has the perfect composition of focal flower, filler, and greenery. The four different elements are pictures below. Click on each photo to learn more about the product.

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What you need to make this bouquet:

5 stems of the Juliet peach garden rose
6 stems of baby’s breath
7 stems of dusty miller
2 stems of seeded eucalyptus
2 feet of desired ribbon or burlap
Floral scissors
Stem wrap

How to make this bouquet:

  1. Start with 1 garden rose and build around it with 1 or 2 stems of baby’s breath.
  2. Add 1 or 2 stems of dusty miller and pieces of the seeded eucalyptus around the baby’s breath.
  3. Add extra baby’s breath if the center garden rose doesn’t have a good amount around it.
  4. When looking at the start of the bouquet from the top, picture a square forming around the center garden rose. The remaining 4 garden roses be placed in the corners of that square. To give the bouquet a round shape, have the surrounding garden roses lowers than the center bloom.
  5. Start by placing 2 garden roses on any side of the center blooms. Separate the large blooms with baby’s breath and the other greens.
  6. Repeat step 5 with the last two garden roses.
  7. Use the remaining filler and greenery for the edges of the bouquet.
  8. Hold all stems tightly together and use stem wrap to hold them together.
  9. Cover the stem wrap with ribbon or burlap of choice.

Here is the full wedding suite from Petals Couture.

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Photography by Michele Shore

That didn’t sound or look too hard now, did it?  The beauty of floral arranging is that the flowers, fillers, and greenery themselves are already beautiful, so any way you combine them will only multiply that beauty. There is no perfect technique or ideal shape, it’s however and whatever you make it. So, go for it and have fun! And if you have questions, we are here for you!

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