“Daisy, Daisy, give me your answer do.
I’m half crazy all for the love of you.
It won’t be a stylish marriage,
I can’t afford a carriage.
But you’ll look sweet upon the seat
of a bicycle built for two...”
Daisies are possibly one of the most popular flowers today! With so many variations to choose from, opting for a Daisy themed wedding gives you the opportunity to have fun with these beautiful and bright flowers.
Here are a few ideas to get started with your Daisy wedding theme:
- If you are looking for a little more colour than the standard white and yellow daisy, make sure to check with your florist about Gerbera / Barberton Daisies as these come in a wide variety of colours.
- If you are looking to be a DIY bride, this theme is for you. One of the first pictures we learn to draw as kids is a daisy, so opt to getting creative in your wedding invitations by you and your partner drawing out a few daisies for your wedding invites. Alternatively, you could have a dried daisy on your envelopes or front of your invitations.
- With their long stem, instead of wearing a tiara, you can make your very own headpiece by attaching a daisy or daisies to a comb or headband. With a few more accessories such as beads or crystals, you can round the headpiece of to something really cute.
- For your wedding favours, wrap up some chocolate bars or your custom designed / drawn / printed wrapping paper. Other options include cutting paper into daisy shapes and sticking them onto bottles of bubbles or bubble bath.
- Some great decor ideas for the daisy theme include:
- Place some water in a glass bowl followed by some yellow food colouring Float daisies and daisy candles in the water.
- Add galvanised watering cans to the center of your tables that have a been filled with daisies – this is a very CUTE look!
- For your bouquets, you can get colourful by having your bridesmaids use different colours daisies while you, the bride, uses the large white Gerbera to compliment your wedding dress.
Tip: Make sure to speak to your decor company and / or florist about the different types of daisies available.
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