Post # 1
I am trying to see what other flowers to incorporate to my scheme here….and need a little help:
My boquet inspiration:-will be all gerbera daisies- probably cream colored
Bridesmaid or Best Man Boquets:
stair way decorations: pumpkin painted gold or black with red flowers and either black or gold touches in the mix
My main staple flower is the gerbera daisy….and it will be in everything….however i feel like i should mix in some other red and gold maybe cream colored flowers to break it up a bit….maybe some fall ish color pops….to break up the monotony of red flowers….
on the floral reception tables i am not sure what type of flowers to put in those…..I am using DIY silk stems for most of the flowers….
any suggestions ladies…..Also if anyone can identify the giant purple flower on the pumpkin thatd be AMAZING
Any flowers taht would work the gerberas would be awesome….feel free to post pictures!
Post # 3
@kansas_nurse: I like the simplicity of the gerbera daisies on their own in the bouquets and boutonnieres.
Note: it is gerbera not gerber.
ps the purple flower is silk. I think it is meant to be a peony.
If you wan to mix in other flowers, you could keepthe centerpieces al red by adding roses and carnations:
Red and white gerberas are a bit high contrast for me, but the ivory would be a bit softer
this one also includes red roses but adds some hits of black- I think this would work with red and cream gerberas
if you want to include other colors you could use the darker oranges, but that does vary from your palette
this works for me
Post # 4
@julies1949: awesome thank you….and thanks for pointing that out….i didnt notice that when i was posting from FIs tablet!! i think that is what the purple one is!! I forgot about carnations! Those could balance well and break up the daisies aa a space filler…i guess i could add pops of cream flowers bring some breaks in the red….thanks for the pics!
Post # 6
Roses looks lovely with them
Gerbera, roses, carnations
Post # 7
@weddingbound: Wow! I really like the last picture with the roses and carnations! THose are both very beautiful! Thank you!