Did you know gypsophila (aka baby's breath) is an Australian native? It looks fabulous used on its own, especially with rustic accessories like jute twine, as in these buttonholes.
Lavender Twist Baby's Breath Buttonholes Set of 4
Lavender & Thistle Buttonholes | Outdoor Ceremony | Destination Wedding in Provence France | Bridesmaids in Coast Baby Blue Dresses | Lavender pastel flowers | Images by Sebastien Boudot Photographé | http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/emily-will/
A Rustic Wedding At Hyde Barn With Bride In bespoke Jessica Charleston Gown and bridesmaid dresses by Ted Baker with Wedding Photography by Sam Gibson - Image By Sam Gibson
Gypsophila buttonholes - could do with olive?
corsages for weddings calla lilies | LADIES CALA LILY CORSAGE, WEDDING FLOWERS, BOUQUETS - 200592026429
Wedding Gypsophila Lavender Bouquet http://www.benjaminstuart.co.uk/
A Grooms handmade artificial buttonhole with ivory gypsophila also know as gyp and babies breath with an ivy leaf at the back. The stem is ribboned in 9mm white orgnaza ribbon with a handmade bow. Measurements Width:- 3 inches Length:- 4 inches
Groomsmen button holes
The Beautifully Mum's Corsage of Bubbles Roses