Barb Wehking of Bloomin’ Buckets One peach poppy adds a touch of whimsy to the bouquet of English garden roses, dahlias, ranunculus, Queen Anne’s lace, olive branches and ornamental grass, accented by long streamers of colorful ribbon. • Lighter shades of peaches and blushes allow the bride to stand out in her dress. • A wine-colored ribbon plays off the golds and greens, and the palette echoes autumn colors without screaming of fall leaves. • The tradition is still a handheld bouquet, but a perfectly round arrangement isn’t necessary. The freeform, oblong-shaped look is becoming more popular. The bouquet looks more natural, like it was pulled from the garden.