Baby's breath, or Gypsophila, is enjoying a huge comeback in 2020. Often used as filler flowers, this affordable option makes a chic complementary to centerpieces, bouquets, and other details.
This innocent, simple and versatile blossom could help make any styling of weddings, such as vintage, romantic, rustic and the like.
Baby's breath can be fillers to any kind of blossoms. Combined with roses, tulips, hydrangeas, they make for a romantic and elegant theme; paired with daisies, Craspedia, proteas, and sunflowers, they create a pretty rustic tone.
Being with a variety of colors, the baby’s breath can add more interest to the bouquets.
Tied up with lace, ribbon and even twine makes for a stunning bouquet or buttonhole that won't steal the thunder from your gorgeous gown.
Birdcages, fishbowls, greenery, crates and mason jars, you are spoilt for choice in deciding on containers holding baby's breath.
A vintage birdcage will make your table décor exquisite, while a galvanized bucket or a basket will make it cute and rustic. Vintage teacups and teapots are a great choice for a vintage-inspired wedding. Glass vases and even aquariums with baby’s breath look ethereal, so try them for sure!
Baby's breath are timeless and cheap to apply to each corner.
For a simple and effortless style, then a scrap of such flowers could make things perfect.
Or you prefer the concept of the more the better, then get to arrange a ballroom or reception hall full of baby's breath decors.
Use this blossom as the accessories of bridal hair or flower girls dress up.
Simple all-white or ivory designs work best with the delicate blooms of the baby's breath. Keep in mind that baby's breath withers more easily than more robust flowers like roses, so use sprays of baby’s breath (out of water) that they are arranged just before the cake goes on display.
Use this flower to give the charming look to your wedding arrangement. It can the loveliest choice to choose throughout the year.