Simple Wedding Idea: Gerbera Daisies

Aug 23 2012

Some say *Gerber* some say *Gerbera* but both names reflect the same South African beauties.

Indeed, they are beautiful! And simple too. But not in a no-style, plain kind of simple–but in a vibrantly-hued, charming and less-stress kind of simple. We’re not surprised that Gerbera Daisies are a hugely popular wedding flower–they’re delightful, budget-friendly, available nearly all year round, and come in a multitude of colors. Have you considered a Gerbera Daisy wedding theme? Every 4″ in bloom is vivacious and it doesn’t take much to make a bold statement–whether in your wedding stationery, as the main attraction in your wedding bouquet, boutonnieres, single stem centerpieces or other decor.

Gerbera Daisies: simple wedding idea

  • Available nearly all year round
  • Budget friendly
  • Come in just about any color
  • Big, bold blooms mean you don’t need as many to make a statement
  • Quality flowers are long-lasting
  • Meaning: charming, innocent, loyal, cheerful

gerbera daisy wedding invitation

 

More Inspiration

  • Check out how Rob and Julie’s used the ever-enchanting Gerber Daisies in their country-style real wedding theme for: bouquets, boutonnieres, centerpieces, cake & pavilion decor, and table numbers.
  • Browse our gallery of vibrant Gerber Daisy stationery at MagnetStreet Weddings.

 

What do you think about a Gerbera Daisy wedding theme?

Images: MagnetStreet’s “Beautiful Gerber Daisy” wedding invitation, centerpieces, boutonniere, mugs, bouquet, dress

 

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