Move over peonies, the new ‘it’ flower is baby’s breath. Are you surprised?
Baby’s breath has long been known as the filler flower, simply placed amongst roses to add some contrast or colour. However, the sweet little flower creates the most delicate bouquet when it is bundled together in a posy and its lush dark green stems will contrast playfully against any wedding dress.
Bath’s breath was spotted as the feature flower at Victoria Swarovski’s lavish wedding.
Not to mention it was over the Rodarte Spring 2018 collection release in Paris. So we aren’t too surprised to see that more and more brides are opting for this classically beautiful flower for their weddings.
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Besides its obvious aesthetic beauty, baby’s breath in the language of flowers has often symbolised purity and everlasting love. So it seems only appropriate for it to be the flower of choice for a bride.
If you’re not yet convinced take a look at these gorgeous real brides and their baby’s breath bouquets.
Photographs by Hamed Kamel El-Sayed
Images via: A Picturesque Queenstown Wedding
Images via: Roof-top Ceremony in Florida
And let’s not forget this exquisite installation at a Beverly Hills Estate by Becker and the Co…inspired yet Fairies?
Image via: Becker and the Co.