Fresh chrysanthemum daisies are are a very hardy and enduring flower. They work well in all manner of wedding designs, including cut work such as bridal corsages and groomsmen boutonnieres.
Several flower heads are on one stem, making this a very affordable flower.
Wire the flower head so you have the flexibility of gently bending the flower forward when resting on the lapel. You can use the hook method with standard daisies, turning the bent wire into a hairpin shape and pulling it down gently into the flower center to conceal it.
Tape with floral tape, stretching it and pulling in a downward motion as you cover the wire.
Once wired and taped, you can bend the head of the flower forward, being careful not to snap the flower head off the stem.
Once in this position, the flower will lay against a tux lapel with it's head facing outward rather than upwards once pinned.
This flower is now ready to add greenery.