Just Peachy

Martha Stewart Weddings - - STYLE -

The blush­ing cas­cade above be­gins with a sin­gle peach-col­ored zin­nia. Then Love shapes the bou­quet around it by adding like-hued stems—lisianthus, more zin­nias, hy­drangeas, spirea, snow­ber­ries, ninebark, pearl bar­ley, and moun­tain mint—and ties it all to­gether with a pale-coral silk rib­bon. Left: Love also makes flo­ral “neck­laces.” A small clus­ter of the same blooms used in the bou­quet are se­cured on a light­weight plas­tic back­ing and strung on a sil­ver chain. “We do neck­laces most of­ten for moth­ers of the bride, maids of honor, or brides­maids who stand on the groom’s side and don’t want to carry a bou­quet,” she says. “Vis­ually they pull to­gether the wed­ding party.”

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