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20 Ways To Incorporate Baby's Breath Into Your Wedding

  |   By Mackenzie Patterson

If you’re looking for an elegant yet inexpensive accent flower to tie together your wedding decor, baby’s breath is the way to go. With its subtle colour and romantic texture, baby's breath is the perfect flower to complement your centrepieces, signage, aisle runners or any other part of your wedding you need to embellish.

You can incorporate baby's breath into any aspect of your decor, from your cake to your bridal hairdo, to add a touch of whimsy, and the best part is that the price is right! Baby’s breath is far less expensive than most flowers, so take advantage of the price and make it a big part of your wedding theme. Use it as the main component of your floral arrangements along with pops of colour to tie together your colour scheme or to personalize your wedding decor. Your ceremony arbor, bridal party bouquets and even your escort cards can all be decorated with baby's breath---the possibilities are endless!

Not only is baby’s breath easy to incorporate into your wedding, but it can also complement any theme. Whether your wedding is a lavish city affair or a rustic barn wedding, baby’s breath is sure to do the trick. Below are 20 easy ways to incorporate this dreamy flower into your wedding.

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This article was originally published on Jul 25, 2013
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