Due to the vari­etal diver­si­ty, ger­beras, which look like gar­den daisies, are an ide­al solu­tion for cre­at­ing flower arrange­ments. A bride’s wed­ding bou­quet of ger­beras can be pur­chased at any time of the year, as these flow­ers are sold in florist shops all year round. These bou­quets look great on their own, but they also har­mo­nize per­fect­ly with oth­er flow­ers and hints of green­ery. It is not for noth­ing that ger­beras are the fifth largest flow­ers in the world in terms of sales, sec­ond only to beau­ti­ful ros­es, car­na­tions, tulips and autumn chrysan­the­mums. These flow­ers even have their own leg­end. It tells about the beau­ti­ful Her­ba, who got tired of the atten­tion of men and the envy of women, and turned into a ger­bera flower. Accord­ing to leg­end, this flower rep­re­sents puri­ty and mod­esty. That is why pink, white, red ger­beras cre­ate bou­quets for wed­ding cer­e­monies.

Bouquets of gerberas

Look­ing at the pho­tos of brides’ bou­quets of ger­beras, it becomes clear why girls pre­fer these flow­ers to all oth­ers. They are so expres­sive that they do not need addi­tion­al decor. The great­est demand is for white ger­beras, which can be in a wed­ding bou­quet with­out any pack­ag­ing. An ele­gant rib­bon is enough, and there is no need to wear a heavy port­fo­lio. White flow­ers are per­fect for a wed­ding cel­e­bra­tion of any theme. But the bride’s wed­ding bou­quet of red ger­beras is suit­able for an unusu­al dress with a belt or dec­o­ra­tive ele­ments of the same col­or. Non-triv­ial notes can be bright ger­beras sur­round­ed by pas­tel col­ors. A wed­ding bou­quet of pink ger­beras is the very embod­i­ment of ten­der­ness.

See also
Wedding bouquet of daisies

And now about how many flow­ers should be in the bou­quet. If the floris­tic wed­ding com­po­si­tion con­sists of ten to fif­teen flow­ers, then the bou­quet looks lux­u­ri­ous, and it is con­ve­nient for the bride to wear it. Florists do not rec­om­mend exceed­ing this num­ber of ger­beras in the com­po­si­tion, so as not to turn the bou­quet into a kind of flower bed. Of course, the size of the ger­bera heads also mat­ters. The small­er they are, the more flow­ers can be includ­ed in the com­po­si­tion. But even bou­quets in a min­i­mal­ist style look good if three to five ger­beras are abun­dant­ly framed with green­ery.

If the bride is tall, then a cas­cad­ing bou­quet will look great in her hands, and round-shaped com­po­si­tions are suit­able for inch brides. Bou­quets on legs, dec­o­rat­ed with an ele­gant satin rib­bon or organ­za, are con­sid­ered uni­ver­sal.