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.
An Elegant Summer Time and Vintage Inspired Gaynes Park Wedding
I love rustic and I love gypsophila. This is a beautiful combination. Kirsty | Hitch and Moon x
My venue ❤️ love the gypsophila down the isle and the Rose petals - may be better with tea lights
How to style your wedding ceremony
You&YourWedding | How to make your wedding aisle look pretty | Pots of gypsophila are the perfect touch for a country wedding.
Nashville TN Wedding by Jessie Holloway
dainty pomander // photo by Jessie Holloway Photography
Caroline & Andrew's Real Wedding - carolines-embellished-wedding-dress
This is really lovely, not too big but with the added interest of smaller flowers and green leaves around it
A Maggie Sottero Wedding Gown with gypsophila baby's breath flower crown for a wedding at Cripps Barn including Coast forest green bridesmaid dresses.
Gypsophila baby breath buttonhole wrapped in twine - Image by Josh Tollafield Photography - A Maggie Sottero Wedding Gown with gypsophila baby's breath flower crown for a wedding at Cripps Barn including Coast forest green bridesmaid gowns.
Elegant Chiswick House & Gardens Wedding by M&J Photography
Simple and timeless Gypsophila Bouquets - M&J Photography | Elegant London Wedding | White & Greenery Florals
Romantic Table Arrangement; Wedding Table Idea (BridesMagazine.co.uk)
A romantic, white #wedding table #centerpiece.
Baby breath and roses?! Sign us up! Photo by Kelly T. #MinneapolisWeddingFlorists