As a follow up to our last post, we’re sharing with you today a few peony worthy alternatives- in case you aren’t getting married in late spring/ early summer.
In my humble opinion, these three alternatives are just as worthy to get the spotlight in a bride’s bouquet.
This small flower layered with delicate petals works great in combination with peonies, a substitute, and just stand alone.
Consider a bouquet of all ranunculus for a soft and stunning look, or add this pretty flower to your mix of wedding day florals.
2.Specialty Roses (David Austin Roses/ Cabbage roses)
The beauty about these roses is that they are available year round and have the rounded petals and fluffiness of peonies.
Specialty roses are very popular in bridal party bouquets, and they smell amazing. Although they tend to be pricey, we often recommend these for brides who are set on having peonies but are not able to.These fluffy soft petaled flowers are also a perfect way to take a bouquet from standard to glam.
This versatile autumn flower comes in many, many shapes, sizes and colors. Lucky for us all, there are quite a few that resemble peonies. Perhaps dahlias are the new autumn peony.
And there you have it!
Three stunning substitutes to the coveted peony.