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Monday’s Finding: Baby’s Breath…not just a filler anymore

Welcome to a new week! On this week’s Monday’s Finding, I have two inspiration boards based on ye ol’ baby’s breath aka gypsophila (use this name to impress your florist) aka soap wort. Baby’s breath comes in several varieties and colors and is typically used as a filler for bouquets and floral arrangements.

Within the past couple of years, baby’s breath has begun to go from filler to focus. Brides are carrying bouquets that are solely made out of this flower and couples are using it in great abundance in their wedding decor. My personal favorite use of baby’s breath is in winter themed weddings as it resembles snow. It’s also great for couples who want fresh florals, but are on a tight budget.

Here are two boards that I hope will inspire you and perhaps move you to consider the possibilities of this humble flower. Enjoy.

Baby's Breath

Baby's Breath Two