Monday, October 8, 2012

Flowers: Baby's breath

Some love it and some hate it. Personally, I am a fan of baby's breath. It looks delicate and feminine, and works well no matter what your vision is for your wedding. As a bonus, baby's breath is an inexpensive floral addition. Here is some inspiration for those who would like to include baby's breath throughout their wedding.

Bouquets and boutonnieres

Bouquet of only baby's breath
A simple bouquet tied with gold ribbon for a classic, elegant look

Bouquet of roses and baby's breath
I love the look of this blush colored rose bouquet featuring baby's breath throughout; red roses with baby's breath is too cliche Valentine's day

Boutonniere - only baby's breath
I love the simple look of this boutonniere wrapped in twine

Boutonniere - roses and baby's breath


Tied to chairs
Easy and inexpensive way to add some softness to your ceremony

Massed in large containers
Very simple, yet elegant

Simple galvanized buckets
Okay, this photo does not feature baby's breath, but you get the idea ;) I love baby's breath massed in galvanized buckets for a rustic look

Reception centerpieces

Tall centerpiece featuring only baby's breath
Tall centerpieces with large masses of baby's breath look stunning. How gorgeous is this winter wedding?

Centerpiece including baby's breath and other florals
Alternating between baby's breath and other florals is a great way to save money on your centerpieces


Baby's breath underneath cake

  • What do you think of baby's breath? 

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