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Baby’s Breath

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Baby’s Breath

Take everything you used to know about baby’s breath and forget it. Last week at Catersource, the emperor, Preston Bailey, gave his two cents on the event industry. Included in his sermon was a new floral trend many weddings have adopted – mass arrangements of baby’s breath! Because of its affordability, neutral color and cloud-like texture, baby’s breath has regained its congeniality in the bud department! Take a look at some beautiful ways to incorporate this once shunned flower into your big day!

A stunning winter wedding here felt warmer because of the immense baby’s breath centerpieces. This bride was able to reach a greater altitude by arranging heaps of baby’s breath on a simple pedestal. By adding a few strands of crystals, this wedding made everyone gasp as they entered the room. Including me!

I covet this dessert table and for once it’s not because of the confectionary indulgences! The flowers and candles take this table to another level of amazement. Using baby’s breath as a filler exudes a whimsical and romantic emotion. More so, it will compliment weddings throughout all seasons. Why are we just figuring this out now!

If you already established your centerpieces and dessert tablescape, you could incorporate baby’s breath into your ceremony! Nothing makes for a more grand entrance (or fabulous pictures) than adding some décor to your ceremony aisle. Take some pressure off of your flower girls and try these short pedestal arrangements down the aisle. If these pedestals aren’t your taste, you could use pastel painted buckets or antique glass vases. For such a small price to pay, you can transform your ceremony from aw to wow!


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