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The bride wanted an "elegant but not stuffy" bouquet, and that's exactly what she got with this arrangement of peonies, roses, and greenery.

The bride wanted an "elegant but not stuffy" bouquet, and that's exactly what she got with this arrangement of peonies, roses, and greenery.

For this desert wedding, the bride carried a bright bouquet made of peonies, ranunculus, poppies, Mokara orchids, Cymbidium orchids, coxcomb, protea, and succulents.

For this desert wedding, the bride carried a bright bouquet made of peonies, ranunculus, poppies, Mokara orchids, Cymbidium orchids, coxcomb, protea, and succulents.

White peonies, roses, lily of the valley, and lambs ear were tied together with an elegant pink ribbon.

Peonies are a wedding-day favorite, with pretty blooms and nuptial symbolism. The timeless, lush petals look beautiful in wedding bouquets, and these real-wedding bridal flower arrangements prove it.

Callie carried a petite bouquet by Fleur de V of roses, astrantia, andromeda, and jasmine in muted tones indigenous to the surrounding environment at her Wyoming wedding.

Browse this gallery of 50 beautiful blooms we've featured throughout the years in the pages of Martha Stewart Weddings.

Jo's clutch by Sarah Winward included 'Beatrice' and 'Patience' garden roses, chocolate Queen Anne's lace, fall foliage, and wild vines.

Jo's clutch included 'Beatrice' and 'Patience' garden roses, chocolate Queen Anne's lace, fall foliage, and wild vines. Florals by Sarah Winward & Hanako Floral Studio

Life in Bloom created the bride's bouquet at this Chicago wedding with garden roses, spray roses, dahlias, seeded eucalyptus, ranunculus, and tweedia.

Life in Bloom created the bride's bouquet at this Chicago wedding with garden roses, spray roses, dahlias, seeded eucalyptus,…