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From: Tooman
Response: Themes are passe today. If the focus is on beautiful flowers and good food, you dont need a theme to complicate the situation or increase the cost. Because peach is a yellow-based color, ivory would be a better choice as the second color, not white, which is a blue-based color. If you use peach in several shades, from pale to deeper, almost apricot, it will look lovely.

First, your sister-in-law will want to choose the attendants dresses. Then, when you know what shade of peach those are, you can choose flowers in a darker or lighter shade if they match the dress in shade they will not show up in photos or while the girls hold them. Then, you can choose invitations that include that color and plan centerpieces in varying shades of peach as well. It will look lovely.

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