bridal bouquet of daisies

Being on a chamomile field, it is impos­si­ble to go home with­out tak­ing a small bou­quet with you so that you can put it in a vase at home and admire it. After all, this amaz­ing plant cre­ates a lot of pleas­ant emo­tions and sym­bol­izes kind­ness, youth and inno­cence. This is exact­ly what the bride looks like on her wed­ding day, so many girls choose this del­i­cate flower as a bou­quet.

Daisy Wedding Bouquet Ideas

There are many ideas for mak­ing a fes­tive com­po­si­tion with these flow­ers. In appear­ance, they are quite mod­est and sim­ple, but you can cre­ate a beau­ti­ful wed­ding bou­quet from them. For exam­ple, it can be large and small daisies dec­o­rat­ed with green­ery. Or you can just take these flow­ers of the same size, prefer­ably medi­um, and tie with a yel­low rib­bon. It will turn out sim­ply, but with taste, with­out any frills. Such a bou­quet is suit­able for a bride in a light snow-white dress. And some girls even dec­o­rate their heads with a wreath of daisies instead of the tra­di­tion­al­ly fixed veil.

A beau­ti­ful com­po­si­tion is obtained, com­bined with oth­er types of flow­ers. Snow-white daisies, formed into a ball, with lilac chrysan­the­mums look very har­mo­nious, cre­at­ing a feel­ing of joy and awe. But if you want a sun­ny mood, then sun­flow­ers will be a great addi­tion. In beau­ty, such bou­quets are not infe­ri­or to oth­er more refined ones.

But the wed­ding bou­quet with daisies and ros­es looks real­ly great. All sorts of com­bi­na­tions of shades, for exam­ple, soft pink, bright red and yel­low, will help make the com­po­si­tion more spec­tac­u­lar and orig­i­nal.

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Wedding bouquet of peonies

After the solemn com­bi­na­tion, you can arrange a pho­to shoot in the “chamomile” style. If there is a field with these flow­ers near­by, then you will get great shots there. Touch­ing pho­tos of the bride with a bou­quet will fit per­fect­ly into the wed­ding album. A new­ly-made wife with these love­ly flow­ers in her hands will look very gen­tle among the sprawl­ing chamomile field.