Daisy Bouquet Delivery
Daisies are arguably the happiest of flowers. They are without a doubt loved by the sun and as a result, these bold, bright beauties seem to bring the energy and positivity of sunshine into your space. This makes daisy flowers great for celebrating any occasion or for making a casual day feel special. Their natural wildness will make you feel free to let some of your worries melt away.
What Types of Daisies Are Good Gifts to Send?
When you think “daisy” what comes to mind is likely a classic, colorful Gerbera daisy. But have you noticed Pomponi daisies recently? They have a fullness and almost fluffy-like texture that makes them absolutely stunning in a vase alone (plus the added bonus of supporting our sustainable farms!). And if you pair them with a few soft greens like eucalyptus, get ready for some rustic charm! Yellow daisies, pink daisies, white daises, you name it -- they also make an amazing addition to your home décor.
Whichever type of daisy suits your fancy, we know you’ll love the joy that a Bouqs daisy bouquet will bring to you or a loved one. I mean, how can you look at this vibrant wildflower and not feel a smile grow on your face?
How much does a daisy bouquet cost?
We have affordable daisy bouquets. Gerbera daisies bloom in the summer, so that’s when they are easiest to find and least expensive. July, August, and September are the peak months to buy gerbera daisies at good prices.
What goes well with daisies in a bouquet?
Daisies are great in bouquets because they play well with other flowers. You can match daisies with tulips for an interesting contrast in color and petal texture. Garden, tea, and spray roses form a romantic and endearing combination. Carnations are popular as a complementary flower because they come in a wide variety of colors so you can always find a good match. Hydrangeas and ranunculus can also pair well with daisies.
What do daisies symbolize?
Daisies carry a variety of meanings. Some of symoblism of daisies includes purity, innocence which comes from Celtic mythology. In Norse mythology, daisies are the sacred flower of Freya, who represents childbirth, and new beginnings. From Roman mythology, daisies represent transformation, and chastity. Gerbera daisies symbolize cheerfulness.