8 Dazzling Ways To Use Baby’s Breath You Haven’t Thought Of

8 Beautiful Ways To Use Baby’s Breath You Haven’t Thought Of

Baby’s breath, real name Gypsophila, gets a bad wrap as a filler flower. However, you’d be stunned to see how fabulous this cloudlike bloom looks on it’s own en masse. Long lasting and budget friendly, this is one flower that makes a fabulous choice for your wedding. We’re sharing our 10 favorite ways to use baby’s breath that will have you wondering why you didn’t consider it sooner.

1. Centerpiece
This delicate bloom looks lush as the focal point of your reception tables.Colin Cowie Celebrations; Photo by Brian Dorsey Studios

Photo by Braedon Flynn Photography; Design by The Design Studio at The Breakers 

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2. Escort Cards
Add an elegant accent to your escort card display with a fluffy bed of baby’s breath. Photo by Amy Rae Photography

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3. Ceremony Aisle
Dress up your ceremony by lining the aisle with charming baby’s breath.Photo by Orchard Cove Photography

Photo by Shane Snider Photography 

Photo by Ozzy Garcia Photography

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4. Ceremony Arbor
A fluffy display of baby’s breath looks elegant as an addition to your ceremony arch.Photo by Caught The Light

Photo by Loft Photography

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5. Floral Headpiece
Baby’s breath is the perfect choice for a neutral colored floral headpiece that looks absolutely lovely.Coutesy of Mango Studios

Photo by Rebekah Westover Photography

Photo by Christina McNeill Photography

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6. Bouquet
When it comes to baby’s breath, more is more! This bloom is relatively inexpensive, so feel free to go big.Photo by Elle Pupa

Photo by Lifetime Photography

Photo by Nina & Wes Photography

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7. Boutonniere
For a chic accent for the groom, look no further than a baby’s breath boutonniere.Photo by Dekievit Bruiloften

Photo by Madalina Lesan 

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8. Floral Wreath
Add a whimsical element to your décor with a sweet display of baby’s breath in the form of a floral wreath.DIY courtesy of Two Delighted

Photo by Clary Photo

Photo by Marta Locklear; Floral by Holly Chapple Flowers

-Melissa Hammam

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