PROJECT: 30 Days of Bridal Bouquets ~ Day #24

Another Gerbera daisy Bridal Bouquet, a completely different look!

This bridal bouquet (Day #24) shows how the same flowers (Gerbera daisies and roses here) can be used in different colors to create totally different looks (compare to Day #23). 

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This bride and groom had found each other after years of searching, so this was a joyful celebration indeed! The bride chose bright, festive candy colors to express her happiness: huge pink Gerbera daisy pinwheels; lime green Bells-of-Ireland and button mums; and pops of hot orange spray roses made the bridal bouquet and the whole elegant venue burst with vivid colors.

To elevate this delightfully informal bouquet to bridal status, I added delicate crystal-centered white stephanotis (traditional wedding flower) and graceful white freesia, then wrapped the stems in white silk-satin ribbon studded with white pearls to match the bride’s beautiful gown.

Scroll down to see more flowers from this lighthearted wedding celebration.
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In case you missed it yesterday,  click HERE to see a much-more-detailed blog post featuring more of these flower favorites, and lots of ways I’ve used them in many more weddings. P4050022

3 thoughts on “PROJECT: 30 Days of Bridal Bouquets ~ Day #24

    1. Thank you so much, Lorraine. I am loving this fun project for so many reasons. When I started it, I had no idea if I even had 30 bouquet photos I would want to include. As I keep finding more, it’s going to be hard to stop posting them! I’m surprised how many friends say it brightens their day to see the bouquets – and that’s powerful motivation for me. XO

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