Post # 1
So, I love this picture of this Baby’s breath boutique. However, alot of people are telling me its a filler flower. What do you think? Should I go with what I think is perfect, elegant and simple or should I buy a differet boutique? Tell me what you think.
Post # 3
Baby’s breath used to be thought of only as a filler flower, but things have changed. It is now being used on its’ own in weddings from rustic to elegant.
If you like the look, have the look you like.
Post # 4
Baby’s breath is out of favor as a filler (think of a vase with red roses and baby’s breath). On its own I think it looks delicate, ethereal and sweet. The bouquet you posted is lovely!
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2011 - Bent Creek Winery (Livermore, California); Reception: Family Residence (San Ramon, California)
That bouquet is gorgeous! I personally love baby’s breath and think it looks totally beautiful as a bouquet.
Post # 6
babys breath looks nice by itself but i really dislike it with flowers. the pictures that are posted look really nice!
Post # 7
Thanks for all of the comments. Im more confident now that my idea of a whole baby breath flowers would be good.
Post # 8
I love the look of babys breath as a bouquet by itsself, but not so much as a filler with other bouquets. And actually I was thinking of doing the BMs bouquets as babys breath as a way to cut down costs, but also becuase I think it would go great with my early spring wedding
Post # 9
Oh and just how cute is this babys breath bout for the guys?!
Post # 10
I don’t think it looks bad on its own. But just so you know the downside, I personally cannot stand the smell of it :-/
Post # 11
Thank you or your honesty @loving life. I never realized the smell but I think that would be good thing for me to to know before I decide on using them. My nose is highly sensitive so that would suck if the smell was offensive to my nose.
Post # 12
After reading about babys breath as bouquet, I honestywished I used it instead of silk flowers… I love the simple look
Post # 13
I think it’s pretty, and as a filler flower it’s still a “flower” and could stand on its own like any other flower. I wonder since they are free as filler, would the whole bouquet be inexpensive?
Post # 14
Baby’s breath bouquets are featured in Martha Stewart Weddings magazine right now. I’d say it doesn’t matter what others say if you like the look, but actually they are very fashionable right now so your taste is on trend.
Post # 15
I love baby’s breath for centrepieces and bouquets – its really feminine and delicate. If it goes well with your aesthetic then go for it!
Post # 16
I had a baby’s breath bouquet & DIY centrepeices. will post some pics here tomorrow