Spring Ahead with This Daisy Bouquet How-to

In our latest collection, daisies inspired adorable floral prints and a palette of pinks, yellows, reds, and white. You could say we’re a little ‘daisy’ in love — who can blame us? At a certain point in winter, we start daydreaming about sunny skies, blooming meadows, and lush gardens — not to mention the colorful clothes of springtime.

173006_-3333So, it’s still January. That won’t stop us from getting giddy about our style’s Spring Awakening! While these prismatic pieces brighten up your winter wardrobe, brighten up your abode with a bouquet of vibrant daisies, seen in the simple floral arrangement below!

What You’ll Need
201701_1760037824Daisy poms
Gerber daisies
Baby’s breath
Straight pin

Steps One & Two 

Start with your pink waxflowers. Their sturdy stems and durable blossoms provide excellent support for your bouquet! Next, add your daisy poms and a few pieces of baby’s breath for an adorably fluffy, full backdrop.

Steps Three & Four 

Place your gerber daisies throughout the bouquet. Add as many or as little as you’d like. Their strong silhouettes and varying hues create a dynamic display. Next, secure your arrangment with a straight pin and ribbon.

Step Five 

Finally, fill in any gaps with the rest of your baby’s breath, and there you have it — a darling daisy bouquet to remind us that winter won’t last forever.

Rustically simple with just a few flowers, yet boldly vibrant, this bouquet will no doubt put a spring in your step — and your home! 

Ready to get into the ‘spring’ of things? Check out some charming styles from our spring collection below:

Exuberant Intrigue Pants in Retro Daisy $64.99
Lovely Lollygagging Sweatshirt $54.99
Purposefully Piquant Midi Dress $119.99
Delightful Direction Coat $99.99

Midtown Mixer Sweater in Buttercup $49.99
Wait and Daisy Sandal $94.99
Behold the Blogger Dress $99.99
Find Your Flourish Cardigan $49.99

About Jordyn

When she's not yell-singing how she feels à la Linda Belcher, you can catch Jordyn obsessing over birds, bolo ties, and anything Sailor Moon. At her chillest, she’s watching David Attenborough documentaries or reorganizing her plants and tchotchkes for the 57th time.


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