13 Gorgeous Ways to Add Baby's Breath to Your Wedding Flowers

This affordable flower is back, baby.
by Maggie Seaver

Baby's breath is a tried-and-true wedding bloom that seems to have gotten a bad rep over the last few years. Maybe it's due to the rise in popularity of large statement stems, like peonies and calla lilies, or exotic picks like palm leaves and proteas. We're all for splashy and sculptural botanicals—but we'll always hold a place in our hearts for dainty, ethereal baby's breath.

And with that, we're excited to announce that this year marks the baby's breath revival, according to our 2018 wedding trend report. Time to text your florist, because this inexpensive, yet beloved white bud works anywhere and with anything, making it pretty much the perfect wedding flower. We’ve even seen baby's breath grace the Bridal Fashion Week runways (Reem Acra brought them to the forefront of the Fall 2018 collection). Steal inspiration from these gorgeous real weddings below.

  1. Nestled Under an Escort Card Display

  2. In a Neutral Bouquet

  3. With a Splash of Color

  4. In a Bundle of Its Own

  5. Around Your Furry Friend

  6. On the Groom's Lapel

  7. Woven Into an Updo

  8. As a Dreamy Flower Crown

  9. As a Flower Girl Headpiece

  10. Climbing the Ceremony Arch

  11. Draped Over Sweetheart Chairs

  12. Suspended From the Ceiling

    baby's breath chandelier reception decor
  13. Perched on the Cake

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