They can be used by themselves in a bouquet, but they can also be accompanied by roses or tulips, depending on what your preferences are.
Gerber Daisy Bouquet Ideas
A lovely round bouquet for the bridesmaids. Hot pink gerbera daisies and pittosporums are all that's needed.
Different shades of pink gerbera daisies, from the light pink, to striking pink to dark pink, mixed with ivory roses in this beautiful bouquet.
Dark pink gerbers (near to magenta), with hot pink roses in this hand tied bouquet.
Here, a sweet bouquet of pink gerbera daisies, tied with a sweet pink ribbon.
Another pink bouquet, using a darker shade of gerbera daisies, this time tied with a white sheer ribbon. It totally gave the bouquet a different look.
Bright orange gerbers, with pink roses in this hand tied bouquet.
An orange bouquet of orange gerbera daisies, with dried salix. When carrying this bouquet, we need to make sure the pointy salix will not get caught in the wedding gown.
A sweet bouquet of pink gerberas, light pink roses, hot pink roses and hypericum berries.
A Summer Themed Gerbera Daisy Wedding Bouquet
As a summer themed wedding bouquet, I combined bright summer colors of fuchsia, orange, yellow and red in this hand tied bouquet. I used hot pink or fuchsia gerbers, with bright orange gerbers, cathamus, yellow ranunculuses and bear grass spears. The beargrass leaves were bunched and made into loops of different sizes and secured with a florist wire beforehand. The ranunculuses and cathamus were positioned in between the flat gerbera daisies. The beargrass loops were added around and in between the flowers to create movement to the bouquet. Lastly, tie the stems with a decorative ribbon, bearing the same color hues as the flowers. Perfect for your summer wedding.