Innocence and purity are the classical meanings of daisies. In Norse mythology, daisies are considered to be Freya’s sacred flower. Since Freya is the goddess of beauty, love and fertility, the blooms came to be associated with motherhood, childbirth and new beginnings. So you would find daisies to be popular in flower arrangements that are used to congratulate new mothers.
If you are having a casual wedding, you can opt for daisies in your wedding bouquet as the flowers recognize the free spirit and innocence.
Showcase the meanings of strength, positivity, loyalty, admiration and purity to a couple celebrating their wedding anniversary by gifting them a sunflower and daisy bouquet.
Strengthen the message of innocence by combining calla lilies with daisies in a bouquet. Signifying rebirth and resurrection, the bouquet can be used in Easter services.
If you want to express your feeling of love for an innocent and pure soul, you could do it with a daisy and rose bouquet.
A peony and gerbera daisy bouquet represents prosperity, good fortune, riches, honor, compassion, beauty and innocence. So you could wish someone good luck by sending her this bouquet.
Combining irises with daisies adds the messages of courage, wisdom, hope, admiration and faith to the traditional meaning of daisies.
Apart from symbolizing purity and innocence, as with any variety of daisy, gerbera daisies also stand for cheerfulness. So ring in some cheer to a party by decorating the venue with gerbera daisies.
If you have received a yellow daisy bouquet from someone, you would know that he wants to convey the message of friendship and happiness through the pretty flower arrangement.
The marguerite daisy symbolizes patience, faith, hope, sharing of sentiments, simplicity, beauty, youth, gentleness, modesty and romance.