Delicate, Airy, and dreamy, baby’s breath (gypsophila) is no longer just a “filler flower”, it’s been popping up everywhere in weddings, from centerpieces to ceremony decoration, to bridal bouquets. Baby’s breath is budget-friendly, readily-available year-round, long-lasting, and it can be used to match any wedding theme, from a rustic backyard to an elegant ballroom. It is also perfect for creative DIY wedding projects. Read on for some gorgeous Baby’s breath wedding design ideas.
Credits (from top left): Clary Photo / Clary Photo / The Nickersons / Leo Patrone Photography / Yolandé Marx Photography / Caroline Tran Photography / Kellie Kano / Tanja Lippert Photography / Rachel Moore Photography / Loft Photographie / The Nickersons4
Credits (from top left): Natalie Spencer Photography / Emily Steffen Photography / Half Orange Photography / Cluney Photo / Craig & Eva Sanders / Elizabeth Messina / Babb Photo / Brett Heidebrecht / Chudleigh Weddings / Yazy Jo
Credits (from top left): The Nichols / Leslee Mitchell / Polly Alexandre / Glass Jar Photography / This Love of Yours… Photography / Erin Jean Photography / Beaux Arts Photographie
Credits (from top left): Canary Grey Photography / Steven Bruce Design / Libelle Photography / Vow to Remember / Emily Steffen Photography / Glass Jar Photography / Brooke Beasley Photography