Gerbera Daisy Wedding Bouquets
Gerbera daisy wedding bouquets can be a visual delight to the eyes in its vibrant colors. The colors range from hot pinks, reds, yellows to the softer shades of pinks, and whites and other paler shades.
I love hot colors, and this is what a gerbera wedding bouquet can give. The colors advance towards your eye, they are always spectacularly striking and vibrant. When clustered or grouped together they are dynamic and dramatic. The hot color range gives you a creative flair that has no limits. One of the hottest colors is yellow (the color of the sun), it radiates warmth wherever it goes.
Many of the yellows are referred to as gold shades (these would be perfect to use if you want to use gold wedding flowers); these add a depth and richness to any bouquet. A simple bouquet of three gerberas tied together with an organza bow will make a very nice simple bouquet and it is something that you can do yourself.
The gerbera daisy can be used as a simple clutch posy or combined with other flowers. Add drama to a bouquet and arrangements, mix oranges, steel blues, and yellows for your wedding day flowers. When making your bouquet, handle the gerberas with care, avoid excessive handling of the flowers as they can bruise. The gerbera daisy is a fairly hardy flower. Store them in a jar of fresh water right up to the last minute to keep them looking at their best.
19 Bridal Bouquets With The Gerbera Daisy
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1. These simple pink gerbera daisy clutch bouquets complement the bridesmaid’s dresses perfectly. The gypsophila and fine palm fronds add a touch of softness to the overall look.
Photo by Jessica Branstetter
2. Make your bouquets shine and sparkle by insetting crystal headed pins into the centres of rose buds .
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3. Add some unexpected interest to your bouquet without losing the light and delicate look by using skeleton leaves.
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4. Bright and bold this rich toned bouquet uses a combination of large gerbera flowers and baby chrysanthemum, perfect for a summer wedding.
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5. White daisy flowers can be made to stand out when you circle them with a strong contrasting color.
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6. Combine gerberas with long trails of ivy vines for a modern cascade style bouquet.
Photo by Lee Allison
7. Mix different flower varieties of varying shades of the same color.
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8. When using bold colors add balance by adding a neutral color such as white.
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9. Create a sophisticated bouquet by combining white daisy flowers with white orchids.
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10. Bring an extra touch of sun shine and happiness to your day as you carry this cheerful yellow rose and daisy bouquet.
Photo by Antonio Oquias - Fotolia
11. Add visual interest to your bouquet with the addition of long thin strands of grass that has been formed into loops.
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12. Large green leaves can be used to create a decorative collar base for large gerberas.
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13. Bundle gerbera daisies with roses and unopened flower buds for a large hand-tied bouquet.
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14. A two-toned gerbera can bring in extra color without increasing the size of the bouquet, because there is no need to add extra flowers.
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16. A small posy of gerbera daisies, carnations, roses and trailing orchids.
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17. Add greenery to create a larger fuller looking bouquet.
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18. Have the bridesmaid bouquet made as a smaller version of the brides wedding bouquet.
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19. The brides and bridesmaids' bouquets could be made using gerberas of the same shade with the addition one extra colored flower in the bridesmaids' bouquet.
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