9 Pretty Uses For Baby’s Breath

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We adore the simplicity of baby’s breath, or gypsophila for adding a romantic touch to your wedding. This pretty bloom can be used as a great filler flower for many wedding arrangements, as well as a stand alone bloom for a rustic or romantic look. With its cloud-like appearance it is perfect as a budget-friendly option to add drama to your day, just take a look at these 9 beautiful ideas. 

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Fill a birdcage for a charming rustic look, an easy DIY for you to get your hands on. (Image via Confetti.co.uk)

baby’s breath

Give impact to your candles by dressing them in gyp wreaths. (Image: Martin Bell via Exclusively Weddings)

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Add drama to your reception with suspended baby’s breath clouds! (Image: Clary Photo via Elizabeth Anne Designs)

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Drape your pews in mini baby’s breath pomanders. (Image via Bodasy Weddings)

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Simply arrange in a jam jar and tie with twine for a rustic feel centre piece. (Image via Etsy)

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Tie with light as air tulle and grace your aisle. (Image via Arcade Flowers)

baby’s breath

Add simple stems to give your cake a unique look. (Image via Robustrak)

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Baby’s breath makes the idea posy for your bridesmaids. (Image: Brad and Jen via Style Me Pretty)

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Create a sweet lantern with a candle and a few carefully places sprigs. (Image via Country Living)

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