Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Baby's Breath

I have long been a fan of using baby's breath as the primary florals of a wedding day. And after seeing these pictures, why wouldn't you want to!?
The bridesmaids bouquets were beautiful heaps of baby's breath. Baby's breath also adorned each of the pews at the ceremony. What a soft flower that has an undoubtedly beautiful effect.

See the whole post here via the blog of southern weddings magazine.

9 comments:

Sunshinemeg said...

Beautifyl idea = )

sarah said...

I love this idea!

hil said...

Have they created non-smelly baby's breath? When you bunch it together it has a strong odor. Anyone found a way to combat it? Maybe use dried flowers?

Nicole said...

left you something on my blog :)

landlocked bride said...

I think Baby's Breath gets a bad rap, but I think when used like the pictures you posted, it is absolutely beautiful!

Abbie said...

I'm loving it, too. We used bunches of it at the "altar" in urns. Loved it.

Hil- I think there are different types of baby's breath (although that's not it technical name) that don't smell.

Amanda B. Young said...

That's funny... I used to hate baby's breath until the first time I saw it clustered by itself like this. These are lovely.

Wendy said...

Abbie, Do you have pictures of the baby's breath in urns at the alter? I want to do this for a party but want to show my co party planner pictures to see if she likes it.

Thanks!
Wendy

Zane Wooder said...

What a beautiful soft flower.

zane