Post # 1
Trying to decide between these two:
I think the baby’s breath/rose bouquet might be more affordable, but the second one is also lovely!
The inspiration for the baby’s breath came from a wedding where they incorporated it beautifully throughout the wedding:
Post # 3
They’re both lovely! I would normally say the first one, but then I saw your date is in December. The second one does strike me as very soft and winterish, and would be my favorite for a winter wedding 🙂
And those little honey jars are the cutest thing ever, are you doing that as favors?
Post # 4
Ooh definitely the second one. I LOVE that bouquet!
Post # 5
Love the second bouquet, and I’m sure you can incorporate some baby’s breath into it if you want to!
Post # 6
Definitely the #2nd one its soft & romantic. Not a big fan of babys breathe.
Post # 7
- Wedding: November 2012 - Oak Tree Manor
@MiraJo: +1. I love the second bouquet for a winter wedding!
@vanessa7: Baby’s breath stinks, so you may not want it in your bouquet. I don’t think it would bother anyone if you used it for decorations, though – I would just stick with sweet-smelling flowers for you bouquet, and that second photo is to die for!
Post # 8
Thanks everyone! 🙂 I like the second one, too!
Post # 9
I must prefer the 2nd one….gorgeous!!
Post # 10
I really don’t like baby’s breath, and that second bouquet is gorgeous. Ranunculus are awesome, but they’re also out of season in December, so prices will go way up.