In case you hadn’t noticed, baby’s breath has made a big comeback in fresh new uses for weddings. Many of us used to think that baby’s breath was a trend of the past but I’ll be the first to say that I just love the ways I’ve seen it used in the past year. Our brides have used it in mason jars (of course!), large ballroom centerpieces, and as wreaths on church doors. Just last weekend I added it to vintage silver tea pots to accent an escort card table. Here are more ideas on how to incorporate baby’s breath into your wedding decor.
Baby’s breath chandelier and chair monograms from Elizabeth Anne Designs
Baby’s breath escort cards display in a vintage suitcase by Intimate Weddings
Adorable boutonniere made with a velvet stem wrap, yard and a button as featured on Wedding Chicks
How incredible is this baby’s breath altar!? Featured first on Style Me Pretty