Baby’s Breath sometimes gets a bum rap. You usually see it packaged in bouquets with some unnaturally colored carnations in your local grocer’s less-than-stellar floral section. But, have you ever seen it quite like this?

Using Baby’s Breath is not only a simple, elegant way to make an impact but an inexpensive one, especially when purchased in bulk from warehouse club stores. It really seems to work year-round too, looking light and airy in the summer and snow-like and delicate in the winter. Dress it up in a formal silver vase, or style it casually in a charming mason jar. The secret is to display Baby’s Breath on its own in the arrangement and not in combination with other blooms.

This wedding uses Baby’s Breath for both the bride’s and bridesmaids’ bouquets along with small bunches wonderfully arranged throughout both the ceremony and reception.

{Mason jars make for a fitting vase on aisle ends and gingham-covered tables. White Hydrangea and Baby’s Breath dress up a wrought iron railing. Baby’s Breath wreaths greet guests. Stunning centerpiece in silver vase.}