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25 Heavenly Ways to Use Baby’s Breath

Ever since I stumbled across a wedding that was heavy on the pretty and featured clusters upon clusters of baby’s breath, I have been obsessed. This budget-friendly, long-lasting option which goes by the name gypsophila is as gorgeous as it gets. If you are looking for a heavenly, cloud-like atmosphere to your wedding ceremony or reception space, then this flower grouped in large clusters is just the antidote for lack-luster celebrations everywhere.

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THE PARTICULARS

Ceremony: Church Doors via Eight Trees Street // Garland via Martha Stewart Weddings // Pink Aisle at Pelican Hill via Nisies Enchanted //Roman Church with Baby’s Breath via Junebug Weddings, Image byJerry Ghionis

Reception:  Reception at Haiku Mill via SMP // White Tablescape via Calligraphy by Jennifer // Lanterns & Baby’s Breath via SMP // Suspended Baby’s Breath Balls in White Tent via SMP

Details: Chairs with Garland via Mcqueens // Burlap Details with Baby’s Breath via ValdiRose //  Heart-shaped Wreath via Coombe Farm Woods  // Baby’s Breath Wreath: Dust Jacket Attic // Wedding Signage via Snippet & Ink // Jars filled with Baby’s Breath on Ladder via Masa Kathryn // Initials via ValdiRose // Baby’s Breath on Chairs via United with Love // Hanging Decor via  Bella Baxter Events

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