12 brilliant ways to incorporate the babies breath wedding trend into your day

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babies breath wedding trend

When babies breath came back in style, boy did it REALLY come back in style. It might actually be the most versatile flower ever nowadays—considering it has mesmerizing effects when dyed, dried, piled high, hung over a table, and shaped into clouds. We’re even totally on board with the idea of one big ol’ bunch as a dramatic bridal bouquet like in this photo Alison Conklin captured of Belovely Design‘s flowers. And this is only the beginning…

babies breath wedding trend

One of our favorite recent weddings was all about that pink babies breath.

babies breath wedding trend

Probably one of the more difficult color combos to pull off, and Texture Florals made it happen.

babies breath moon

Swooning over Santara McGlynn‘s babies breath moon, as captured by Kaytelyn Hice.

babies breath wedding trend

Fluffy colorful clouds of babies breath, yes please! Florals and design by Winston & Main, photographed by Julie Shuford Photography.

babies breath wedding trend

Blush, white, and green give off that secret garden vibe. Photo by + florals by Blue Jasmine Floral.

babies breath wedding trend

Pair it with other wispy foliage for a romantic entry install like Love Sparrows did. Photo by Briawna Meier.

babies breath wedding trend

There are many way-too-cheesy ways to do babies breath. This backdrop from The Rosehip and Berry is not one of them. Photo by Kat Mervyn.

babies breath wedding trend

It adds texture to monochromatic arrangements, as CANDY MT Melbourne proves. Photo by Sean Fennessy.

babies breath wedding trend

Rather than a full runner, this appears to grow from the leaves right onto the table’s edge. Florals by Mabel M Florals, event planning by Precious the Planner and photo by Samantha Clifton Photo.

babies breath wedding trend

A ridiculously swoonworthy Valentine’s Day scene by The Bloemist and Wisteria Photography.

babies breath wedding ceremony

Then there is, of course, the ceremony arch. And Trille Floral knows just how to execute the perfect fluffy, flirty arch to make a statement. What’s your favorite way to see babies breath? Wishing you all a wonderful Valentine’s Day!

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