Gerbera daisies provide a colourful addition to your wedding decor. These flowers, whether fresh or fake, come in colours including pink, orange and yellow. They bloom during the summertime, making them an ideal choice for hot-weather weddings. According to the Bubbly Bride blog, fresh gerberas will need a lot of water to survive the day, though. However you use these flowers, they will add a ray of bright colour to your wedding-day festivities.
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Add gerbera daisies to your wedding cake. Bunch them in groups of two or three and stack them on the different levels of the cake. If you choose to skip a cake topper, you can add gerbera daisies to the top tier of the cake to give it some height. Also consider placing gerbera daisies around the cake to add some colourful table decor.
Use real grass or fake moss to surround gerbera daisies in a glass cube for a fresh centrepiece. You can also float single gerbera petals on water and a bed of rocks, or toss gerberas with long stems in a tall vase. Whatever arrangement you choose, the gerberas will make a statement with their bold colours.
Single stems of pink gerbera daisies tied with ribbon make eye-catching bridesmaid bouquets. Glue gerbera flower heads to a styrofoam ball and add a ribbon for a flower girl's pomander. Gerberas are also lovely in a bridal bouquet when they are combined with lilies or roses.
If you give your guests favours such as seeds or other items in sachets or packets, attach a gerbera bloom to the top of the package. You can also glue the blooms on top of favour boxes containing candy or other goodies. Consider adding colourful ribbon, too.
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