Diane asked for gerberas for her wedding flowers, which are probably the second most popular flower I use after roses.
This was to be a lovely bright mix in Orange, cerise pink and burgundy blooms.
Diane’s bouquet was a hand tie posy of orange and cerise pink gerberas with burgundy spray roses. A subtle collar of salal foliage gave some support to the gerberas and the sems were bound with burgundy ribbon and held with pink pins.
The bridesmaids carried a similar style bouquet but with all gerberas, orange, cerise pink and burgundy. The stems again bound with burgundy ribbon and held with pink pins.
The two flower girls carried a simple posy of 1 of each gerberas with matching ribbon.
All the groomsmen wore a buttonhole pf burgundy spray roses and salal leaves.