DIY Daisy Wedding Arrangements – Doing the Daisy Thing!

Posted By on May 11, 2012 | 5 comments

As requested from our wonderful facebook followers, here is some do-it-yourself daisy inspiration. I think people underestimate the presence of daisies at a wedding. At least, I did, until I started seeing how absolutely beautiful these weddings are. The daisies give an air of elegance and sophistication that I could not really picture in my head. Well the daisy shocked me, and I hope it pleasantly surprises you too!

Yellow and White BouquetWhite and Yellow Boutonierre

Widlflower Wedding LookPhoto Credit: Lemon Lime Photography on Middle of the Map Weddings Blog

This is a classy look for the budget bride. Pair white daisies with yellow, white, and greens to replicate this color scheme. The mini white daisies are actually called monte casino asters, these baby mock daisies are perfect for creating texture in arrangements. There are also billy balls in this arrangement, they are the yellow balls, a very texturally rich floral accent. Using small mason jars and mix match bud vases is a simple quick DIY. Because you do not need to worry about arrangement shape and there are only a few stems per vase it is very easy. Also only needing a few stems per vase means you do not need to order as many bulk flowers as you would for larger, tall arrangements.

Daisy Wedding Centerpiece

Throw Daisies at WeddingPhoto Credit: Susan Bordelon on Heavenly Blooms Blog

You can even make your DIY daisies a solo act. Yes that is right, use them completely on their own. Add a bright touch using bright floral containers and lace. This teal and white theme is rather punchy and beautiful. Now you can tell why I am so surprised, when I pictured daisies I pictured a lot of plastic bedazzled crowns and Disney princess inspired bridesmaids dresses. Thank god that is not the case. These are beautiful and this inspiration is enough to make any wedding a successful DIY.




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  2. In the top image, how many stems are in that bouquet would you guess? I’m trying to do something similar by ordering flowers from you and need some estimates on what to order! Thanks!

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    • That bouquet is made with about one bunch of white pompom daisies! If you mix the daisies with some other flowers you will only need 4-5 stems of daisies per bouquet! We would love to help you select quantities, email me with your specific and I will help you figure it out (

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