I now take a stem, just a little longer than the stems on the sides, and insert it under the middle flower head, down on it's right side.
Again, note that I faced that flower slightly facing to the right.
I start filling in the cascade, pushing the stem upward into the foam frm the bottom of the bouquet.
I continue to add more blooms on the outer sides, taking care to mix different sizes of flower heads.
The size of the bouquet is quite apparent by now. Take the bouquet and hold it, looking into a full length mirror. This will let you know if you need to lengthen the outer stems to make the bouquet bigger.
Full flower heads should be seen from all angles. Remember - the guests are going to see the bouquet from the side as the bride enters the church. Make sure the flowers are beautiful from all angles.
You just begin inserting flowers on the all sides, steadily filling in the overall design with daisies.
You should begin to see a definite oval shape taking place.