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.

Bridal posy in Burgundy Orange and PinkBrides bouquet of mixed gerberas and burgundy spray rosesBride's bouquet of orange and pink gerberas with burgundy spray roses

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.

Bridesmaid hand tie posy of burgundy, orange and pink gerberasMixed gerberas with salal collar and stems bound in burgundy ribbon

The two flower girls carried a simple posy of 1 of each gerberas with matching ribbon.

a burgundy, orange and pink gerbera for a flower girl to hold3 gerberas with salal leaves with stems bound in burgundy ribbon

All the groomsmen wore a buttonhole pf burgundy spray roses and salal leaves.

Burgundy spray rose buttonhole7 spray rose buttonholes on a presentation board

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