Let’s Wrap It Up!

Happy Friday peachies! Hope you’ve had a lovely week. I’ve been hard at work getting our site ready for the newest member of the Simply Peachy family – Simply Peachy Baby! A blog celebrating all things families, kiddies and babies – you’ll find lots of nursery inspiration, party ideas, DIYs and lovely family, maternity and newborn shoots! After jumping into motherhood earlier this year, I felt an inspiring space was needed for all you peachies that have already said I do! There’s so much more happiness to be had following your nuptials, it just makes sense for the inspiration to keep on coming right? So, stay tuned peachies! It’s coming soon! Be sure to pop on over to Simply Peachy Baby and register your interest to be the first to hear about our launch!


Photo by Rachel Whyte via Southern Weddings.

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8 Fresh Floral Alternatives to the Bridesmaid Bouquet

I am currently smitten with the idea of using fresh flowers in lieu of a traditional bridesmaid bouquet. Perfect for brides on a tighter budget and let’s face it – it’s super pretty and adds a bit of unique eye-catching detail to your day – what’s not to love? Just make sure you speak with your florist to ensure you use flowers that will retain their shape throughout the day. I’ve rounded up some of my favourite ways to use fresh flowers to doll up your bridesmaids – think bracelets, headbands, belts, necklaces, wrist corsages and even anklets!

Wrist Corsage

I know you might be flinching at the sound of a wrist corsage. When we think of corsages, our minds generally flashback to our cheesy high school proms and formals but wrist corsages these days can actually be quite beautiful and even modern. Your bridesmaids can wear a corsage instead of carrying a bouquet and not only will they look great, it’ll also help you save a little on your florals. Here is a great DIY tutorial if you’re crafty enough to make your own!


Photo by Edyta Szyszlo Photography.


Photo by Kristyn Hogan via Elizabeth Anne Designs (left) and Lisa Lefkowitz.

Floral Bracelet

If I haven’t manage to convince you how awesome a corsage is, how about a smaller daintier floral accessory like a bracelet for your bridesmaids? It’s so girly!


Photo via Once Wed.

Fresh Flowers Necklace

Can you think of anything prettier than wearing a necklace made from fresh flowers? I just love the idea! Talk about making a statement! Perfect for your bridesmaids or even you, as the bride, if you’re a little bit adventurous. And for those who love a good wedding DIY, I’ve found the perfect tutorial for you here to make your own!


Photo by Tec Petaja Photography.


Photo by Ben Q Photography via Green Wedding Shoes

Dress Corsage

Now I’m loving the idea of adding a bit of floral prettiness to your bridesmaid dresses. Whether it’s a small corsage pinned on the dress or whether it’s adding flowers to create a one shoulder look, it’s super pretty.


Photo by Blush Photography via Rock n Roll Bride.

Flower Crown

Then there’s the flower crown which you know I love and I’m sure you’ve seen around at weddings. It’s always gorgeous and there’s always a place for them – whether on yourself, your bridesmaids or flower girls!


Photo by Anastasiya Belik Photography.

Floral Ring

A ring made from fresh flowers is the perfect little bit of detail to add to your bridal ensemble or your bridesmaids. There’s just something so sweet about it!


Photo by Maria Mack Photography via Ruffled.

Fresh Flower Belt

A fresh flower belt is great for both brides and bridesmaids! With the right flowers, it can totally glam up your look and make a stunning statement.


Photo by Rebecca Shepherd Floral Design via Elizabeth Anne Designs.

Floral Anklet

How about drawing the attention downwards towards your feet? Unexpected but totally gorgeous! It can be paired with some pretty shoes or even worn barefoot like below for a lovely beach wedding.


Photo by Melissa Schollaert Photography via Wedding Chicks.

So tell me peachies, how are you incorporating fresh flowers into your wedding day?


Beach Goddess Inspiration Shoot from We Are Origami Photography

There is nothing quite like sandy toes, the thought of a warm breeze and the sound of crashing waves that gets a sigh of contentment out of me and today’s feature does just that. Stylist Jess from The Bridal Collective and the recently rebranded We Are Origami Photography paired up to show us how to serve up a classic seaside affair with a twist. With a soft palette to match the blue grey tones of the sea and the sky, beautiful sea themed tablescape and details, sweet florals by Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling and intricate headpieces by Three Sunbeams and super romantic bridesmaid dresses, they prove that a seaside affair can also be glamorous and oh-so elegant! Gone is the traditional nautical theme and I’ve got to say, I’m loving it!

Beach Goddess Inspiration Shoot from We Are Origami Photography
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Photographer: We Are Origami Photography / Styling & Prop Hire: The Bridal Collective / Make up: Abbey Love / Hair Stylist: Danielle Murrihy / Headbands, Sashes & Anklets: Three Sunbeams / Behind the Scenes Video: Le Motion Wedding Films / Models: Genna Chanelle Hayes & Ivana V / Florals: Chanele Rose Flowers & Styling / Bridesmaids & Bridal Gowns: White Runway / Jewelry: Samantha Wills / Stationery: De La Mod Designs / Venue: Nielsen Park / Pillows, Wicker Charger Plates, Winki Ware Plates & Bone Cutlery: The Wedding Nest / Giant Calm Shells, Round Lantern, Linen Napkins, Napkin Rings and Lotus Tea-Light Holders: Coastal Home / Barnacles & Sea Urchin Shells: Columbus Imports.