Gerbera Daisy Wedding Bouquets
Gerbera daisy is the beautiful cousin of the sunflower. Tall, firm and lavish, this brightly colored flower is ideal for a bridal bouquet. They also recognize it as the flower of all seasons. You can find it in any period of the year, in beautiful shapes. Gerbera daises are versatile selections for different brides. It doesn’t matter if you’re young or more mature, tall or petite, classic, vintage or modern. There are plenty of bouquet arrangements and colors to consider at this point, depending on your own style. One can play with gerbera daisies to compose a small bouquet for a casual wedding or a larger arrangement, for a more dramatic look.
As we said before, it depends on what you want for your big day. We love gerberas because they behave very well when used alone in a natural bouquet and also when combined with other blooms and greenery, for a more sophisticated bouquet. This flower is extremely adequate for bridesmaids’ bouquets. It looks good for a bride, but its colorful playful look suits more properly the look of your bridesmaids. Nevertheless, it depends on the color and shape you use. Brides can still play white and choose white blooms for their bouquet. Or, for a classier appeal, you can select cream, pale pink or light yellow. On the other hand, if you want the same blooms for your bridesmaids, have them wear something flashier, like pink or red gerberas.
Anything that can complement your own bouquet can suit. Striking and lush gerbera daises are defined as distinctive flowers that have long elegant petals. The centers are very unique and differently colored. The flowers can look delicate and feminine, or bold and dramatic, depending on the nuance you pick. Make sure that the colors you choose match the theme and color scheme of the wedding. Take into consideration the season when making this decision. If you’re marrying in spring, select pastel shades. If you’re tying the knot in summer, anything bold and bright can do. Choose deep darker hues like purple, burgundy or magenta and deep green for autumn and whitish blooms for winter. The palette of colors available for gerbera daises is incredibly large and generous. You can find bright white blooms and different species in hot pink, fuchsia and magenta, light pink, bold orange and dark red, sunny yellow, deep gold and peach, green and blue.
You may also be able to find daises that feature multiple shades within the same single bloom. This would be an original choice for a truly unique look. Choose white gerberas with black centers for a black and white wedding theme. You can also find gerbera daises with yellow and green centers. Your bouquet can be large or simpler, as we said. You can choose a single stem bouquet for a minimalist and soft look. Clutch bouquets are more traditional and romantic. The multi-colored bouquet is more adequate for tropical weddings and exotic looks. Mixed bouquets that contain additional flowers like roses, chrysanthemums, carnations, tulips, asters, dahlias or calla lilies are also to consider.
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