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Baby's breath flowers

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Baby's Breath Flowers by the Bunch

  • Stem Count:  10 stems, growers bunch
  • Color: White
  • Season:  All Year
  • Flower Design Type: Volume Flower
  • Pros/Cons
  • Flower Care
  • Quantity Help

Pros and cons of baby’s breath for weddings:

  • Pros: Baby’s breath is an inexpensive and affordable option for bridesmaids’ bouquets or centerpieces. It's extremely hardy and has a long lifetime. This flower also offers a light, alluring and sweet look.

  • Cons: Baby's Breath has an interesting smell that doesn’t appeal to everyone. If you're sensitive to certain scents, it may be best to go with another bloom. You can also pair baby’s breath with more fragrant flowers like roses to offset their aroma. This plant also tends to shed slightly.

Care Instructions for Baby's Breath

Hint: They're pretty simple

  • Cut and place in cool water.

Baby's Breath is considered an 'Volume Flower'. Based on our design ratios, here's our recommended quantity suggestion:

  • Bridal Bouquet: 1-2 bunches
  • Maids:  1/2-1 bunch
  • Bouts:  sprigs
  • Corsages: sprigs
  • Centerpieces: 1/3- 1 full bunch
  • Large Arrangements: 1-3 bunches

Baby's Breath a DIY bride's favorite due its volume, hardiness, and sweet wild-flower nature.

Baby’s breath is a delicate and beautiful blossom. Its small white blooms and light green stems create an airy floral look perfect for any kind of wedding display.

You can define the baby’s breath effect you’re going for by bunching a high volume of stems together or simply adding in a few for a white accent flower.

Baby’s breath can be used as standalone flower or as accent blossom for larger bouquets. These flowers pair well with roses, lilies, hydrangeas and the flowers with bigger blooms. They also pair well with green leaves and other white flowers.