Six Ways To Add Baby’s Breath To Your Wedding Day

Décor & Flowers, Inspiration
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Baby’s breath, or gypsophila to florists, is often considered a filler type flower, but hold on to your hat, today we’re sharing six ways to add it to your wedding day! From magnificent entrance arches to beautifully delicate buttonholes, baby’s breath can elevate your day to a truly memorable event. 

Right this way for six ways to add this pretty, delicate flower to your wedding day look… 

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Wear baby’s breath in your hair

For a truly ethereal touch, little sprigs of baby’s breath tucked throughout your hairstyle is perfect. It’s a timeless touch that won’t cost you more than a few stems from your florist. Don’t forget little floral crowns for your flower girls, too. 

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Keep buttonholes simple and classic 

Dainty little baby’s breath buttonholes are a classic touch that will compliment any style. 

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The Wedding Mood

Make a statement with a gyp installation 

From arches to garlands to hanging installations, gyp used en-masse is impressive! Go for drama with an amazing installation to welcome your guests. 

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If You Say I Do

Use pretty pew ends to add romance 

Again, simple yet impactful, pews dresses in bundles of baby’s breath are beautiful. Don’t forget to chat to your florist about reusing them at your reception to get the best value for money. 

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Adorn your top table 

If you’ve chosen to have a top table make sure your guests know it! A sweeping cascade of baby’s breath will give it just the right amount of drama and elegance. 

Add Baby’s Breath

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Crown your cake in baby’s breath

Keeping with the cascading theme, your cake is the perfect accessory to decorate in baby’s breath. Elegant textured icing will really off-set the delicate florals.