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Best Wedding Flower Ideas Using Baby’s Breath

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Best Wedding Flower Ideas Using Baby's Breath

Baby’s breath is a stunningly gorgeous white bloom that can make even the simplest of arrangements look absolutely mesmerizing. Their small white flowers are unique and eccentric, making them perfect for traditional as well as non-conventional weddings. Baby’s breath is loved and adored around the globe as one of the vital members in some of the most beautiful bridal bouquets, mainly because of its versatility to go along with almost any other bloom.

If you are looking to have a baby’s breath bridal bouquet in your wedding, here are some of its characteristics that you need to utilize for better results.

Add a pop of color to its purity– Baby’s breath has a pure and unforgivably white color that looks stunning in bouquets. While using them alone will look beautiful, it will not be able to showcase the full extent of its beauty.

You need to add a pop of color to bring out its true beauty and make your bouquet shine. The color you choose totally depends on your wedding colors. If you have chosen white and blue as your wedding colors, you can add a couple blooms of delphiniums to make your baby’s breath bulk bouquet shine.

If you have gone a subtler route with pinks and purples, you can always add a couple pink or purple rose or even dahlia to finish your bridal bouquet.

Choose a different color– While white baby’s breath is the most common, popular, and known bloom, they do come in a couple other rare shades. You can find them in pink and faded yellow. When everyone is using white baby’s breath in bulk in their wedding décor, try something different and unique and go for pink or yellow baby’s breath blooms.

Not only will you get your unique and eccentric wedding but will also leave all your guests in admiration and awe. If you have chosen the pink blooms, add some pale pink roses, a couple fuchsia calla lilies, and freesia, and lots of filler greens to get a stunning bridal bouquet.

Use it as filler– Do not think that just because you are using them as filler, their beauty will be compromised. On the contrary, they look their best when mixed with a number of colorful blooms.

Get some pink garden roses, a couple peach ranunculus, sky blue hydrangeas, white anemones, and white baby’s breath to make a stunningly gorgeous bouquet.

Don’t limit your choice of wedding blooms to just white baby’ breath! Visit www.wholeblossoms.com to get them in some unique and rare colors.

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