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.
My venue ❤️ love the gypsophila down the isle and the Rose petals - may be better with tea lights
Gypsophila Bouquets - M&J Photography | Elegant London Wedding | White & Greenery Florals
Gypsophilia and white roses wedding bouquet. I Got You Babe Wedding Photography
White 4 Tier Wedding Cake decorated with Gypsophila | Destination Wedding In Portugal | Pastel Colour Scheme | Stylish Bride And Groom | Wedding Tattoos Instead Of Rings | Photography By Adriana Morais Fotografia | http://www.rockmywedding.co.uk/rita-joao/
Homemade Pink Green Wedding Baby Breath Chair Flowers http://www.jordannamarston.com/
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
You&YourWedding | How to make your wedding aisle look pretty | Pots of gypsophila are the perfect touch for a country wedding.
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.
The trailing ribbons would be lovely - perhaps a mixture of satin and lace and perhaps a little thinner than these. What do you think?