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
You&YourWedding | How to make your wedding aisle look pretty | Pots of gypsophila are the perfect touch for a country wedding.
Boutonniere: For a chic accent for the groom, look no further than a baby’s breath boutonniere.
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/
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Wedding lantern with candle and a base wreath of gypsophila, by Exclusively Weddings. Photo by Martin bell
Love these Vintage style hurricane lamp with rings of gypsophila wedding flower centrepieces that we created for one of our brides in April 2014 they looked stunning.
Pew bows Gypsophila pew end with tulle bow and trails. These tied designs are gorgeous for a church wedding.