Board #224 | Red and Peach Country Charm

I love red when it’s softened by another color – peach in this instance. I think this wedding inspiration board contains both rustic country charm and whimsically elegant details, and would work well in late summer or early fall. Fruit pies could take the place of wedding cake, or maybe alongside a buttercream cake decorated with seasonal fruit. Roses and dahlias are the main floral element here, but ranunculus would work, as would bittersweet berries later in the fall.

Mood: rustic, elegant country charm
Palette: red, peach, cream, tan, brown

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Top row from left: picture frames via A Practical Wedding, dahlia photo by Cheri Pearl, car photo by Our Labor of Love, photo by Positive Light Studio
Row 2: photo by Kimberlee Miller, photo by Union Photo, envelopes from Martha Stewart Weddings, flowers by Isari Flower Studio
Row 3: Morgan Le Fay lace skirt from Brides, flowers by Saipua, tent and table from Fete NY
Row 4: shoes photo by Elizabeth Messina, peaches, save-the-date by Design des Troy, pie photo by Eleise Theuer


  • Meg says:

    My new favorite. I know I’m always saying something like that, but for real, I’m in love with this.

  • -K says:

    I would never have imagined combining red with peach, and yet here it is- absolutely beautiful.

  • Emily says:

    Another lovely board!! I love the centerpiece with the red flowers in the top right hand corner.


  • ami @ elizabeth anne designs says:

    kathryn this is absolutely unbelievably gorgeous! it’s my new favorite.

  • Kimberly says:

    Swoon – I love your boards! But this is the topper! I think I just found the ‘theme’ of my wedding!

  • Mara says:

    Hi, Kathryn. I’ve been on blog vacation and coming back I see you have continued to post fresh and original inspiration boards! They are beautiful!

  • Hailey says:

    does anyone know what kinds of flowers are posted in row 3? are they peonies or some type of garden/cabbage roses? i want them in my bouquets!!!

  • Kathryn says:


    I love those roses too! They are either David Austin or Charles Austin roses. I hope that helps!


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