How to make gerbera daisy bouquets
Gerbera daisies which mean happiness, charming, innocent, loyal and cheerful are one of the most beautiful wedding flowers ever. The vibrant and big blooms are such a delight to watch in all sorts of wedding décor and flower arrangements. The flowers are not only durable and long lasting but are even available throughout the year to help couples welcome their guests through gorgeous flower arrangements. It is said that they are the 5th most popular wedding flowers and 2nd most popular choices for wedding bouquets.
The blossoms which are known for their amazing versatility (in terms of shapes, sizes, and colors) and natural beauty are an irresistible proposition for all sorts of wedding themes, styles, color palettes, venues, seasons, décor, and even flower arrangements. What makes them even more unavoidable is that they are pretty much affordable and the big bold blossoms ensure that one only need a few pieces to make a statement in terms of any floral arrangement for the wedding.
They could serve as the perfect pop of color in your wedding bouquet or add amazing textures to your centerpieces. The blossoms also go well as boutonnieres, cake toppers, aisle décor, escort card holders, ceremony décor, arch décor, wedding stationery, favors and various other wedding details at every possible level. They could easily brighten up a wedding reception or ceremony and usually have a shelf life of two to three weeks when cared for properly. Wholesale daisies are available throughout the year to help couples welcome their guests through gorgeous wedding flower arrangements and that too in an affordable budget.
If you’re getting married in a few months and looking for some inspiration in terms of the gerbera daisy wedding bouquet – we might have some ideas for you to get that head start. Here are a few ideas that you could easily use for inspiration:
Gerbera Daisy bridal bouquet ideas:
Gerbera Daisy bridal bouquets turn out fascinatingly beautiful to mark the special day of a bride-to-be. They make lovely bridal flower arrangements when used on their own or even as an assortment with other wedding flowers. Whether you’re looking for something formal or an even modern look; the versatility of these flowers make them a perfect choice for all sorts of bridal and bridesmaids bouquets throughout the year.
The long striking petals have a distinctive center (which is often differently colored usually from black to yellow) to add the perfect touch of drama to wedding flower arrangements including the wedding bouquets. They possess an amazing spectrum of colors for giving all sorts of liberties to the bride and the bridal party to work around lovely and gorgeous wedding bouquet arrangements. Depending on the colors you use, the bouquets may look bold or delicate.
There are many shades to choose from namely; crisp white, hot pink or magenta, light pink, dark red, bold orange, light yellow, sunny yellow, deep gold, peach, and various others. You could also choose flowers with multiples hues as a single blossom may sometimes contain more than one color. If you still cannot find the color you fancy when it comes to gerbera wedding bouquet arrangement, you could choose the option of dying flowers or even go for silk flowers rather than real gerberas.
Types of gerbera daisy wedding bouquets:
There are many types of gerbera daisy wedding bouquets that a bride could carry while walking down the aisle on her special day ceremony. Some of these are:
Single stem gerbera bouquet:
Going minimalist with a single stem of gerbera daisy flowers could prove to be an amazing option which is both affordable and eye-catching most of the time. Consider carrying a large and unblemished bold-hued bloom with a dark center to go with your ivory gown for providing the perfect contrasting looks to the ceremony.
Gerbera Daisy clutch bouquet:
A traditional hand-tied clutch bouquet could easily be used to make a perfect statement for the ceremony. The soft and romantic touch of bouquet could easily be accentuated by adding a bit of greenery below the flowers. There is also an option of adding more wedding flowers to the combo for achieving a more classic look. Raffia or ribbon works best with these sort of arrangements.
The gerbera daisies in multiple hues could make quite a statement for a wedding ceremony. The wedding bouquet could easily add the fun and festive touch to your informal wedding ceremony or be the pop of color for your monochromatic or black and white theme. The effect could easily be created through bridesmaids when each of them is asked to carry a different gerbera daisy wedding bouquet that is differently colored.
Gerbera daisies and roses:
These two flowers make an enchanting wedding bouquet arrangement. Consider using them together in posies, nosegays or other round bouquet arrangements for making a perfect statement for the ceremony.
The other flowers that look good in gerbera daisy bouquets include; dahlias, pansies, tulips, carnations, hydrangeas, ranunculus,
The gerbera daisy bouquets are perfect for both formal and informal weddings. While, the black center and bold colors provide the perfect contrasts and textures for a black tie event, the garden, outdoor or even country wedding theme could easily be accentuated with a natural and wholesome feel.
If you want a distinct blue or purple gerbera daisy flower for the arrangement, you could also go ahead with silk flowers. The faux daisies could easily replace the wholesale daisies for your big day and they could also make your life easier when it comes to transportation and caring.
They should be handled with care and precaution. If properly managed and cared for, they could easily last for 7 to 10 days after they are cut. The flowers follow phototropism (the head follow the direction of sunlight) so they should be wired or the heads should be suspended prior to the wedding to keep them straight for the course of the ceremony.
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