Baby’s breath wedding flowers are no longer just for filler. That’s right: Baby’s breath is stealing the spotlight at weddings across the country.
Wedding arch, centerpiece, bar area — you name it. Baby’s breath can elevate every element of your wedding décor. Keep reading to discover how some of PartySlate’s favorite wedding planners and florists use baby’s breath to create unique, wow-worthy celebrations.
Wedding Ceremony Décor
Clusters of baby’s breath (along with floating candles) beautifully frames a polished-white wedding aisle. Click to see how YSD Events and The Special Event Resource and Design Group also positioned floral-forward arches before and after the aisle for classic (yet lavish) monochromatic symmetry.
A white filigree wedding arbor wound with a garland of baby’s breath adds a unique touch to this romantic lakeside ceremony. Click to see how event planner Sara Landon Events and designer L’Atelier Rouge brought baby’s breath to the wedding reception — but this time, with a pop of color.
Add splash of color (and modernity) to a baby’s breath-laden arch with a lucite frame and pops of pink blooms. See how event planner Pejy Kash Events and florist Ivie Joy Floral Arts continued to mix classic style with one-of-a-kind details throughout this wedding reception with fresh color combinations. Moreover, make sure to see the paisley-print linen by Nuage Designs.
Who wouldn’t want to stop and linger beneath this stunning baby’s breath arch that transitioned guests from lobby to wedding reception? Florist Konstantinos Floral Design & Décor continued to bring new twists to this age-old flower with baby’s breath centerpieces laden with cascading orchids. Click to see other beautiful tablescape details from this glamorous wedding planned by Elle Audrey. We especially love the globed candlelight.
A canopy frame covered in baby’s breath — like this one by Gro Designs — will have everyone smiling (including staff). Discover how wedding planner Kiran + Leigh Bespoke Planning made for one photo op after another at this floral-forward wedding. We especially love how a fireplace decked in baby’s breath replaced the more traditional wedding arch.
Why hold flowers when you can wear them? We could not be more obsessed with these baby’s breath boas by florist Matriarchla. Other unique details from this romantic wedding at Flying Diamond Ranch included conical tenting, lucite seating (in a mountain setting), and baby’s breath centerpieces evoking dreamy clouds. Sigh.
Baby’s breath wedding bouquets by Devers Design Group prove the beauty in simplicity. We adore the laidback (yet elegant) vibe at this rustic country wedding planned by Magnolia Bluebird design & events. After all, who needs a tiered wedding cake when you can cut into your favorite berry pie?
Place Cards & Table Numbers
Mirrored seated charts not only give the illusion of extra event space — they offer guests the perfect opportunity to take a selfie or two. We especially love how floral designer Blooming Gallery adds towering columns of baby’s breath on each side. See how Kiran + Leigh Bespoke Planning concludes this perfect evening with a cold fireworks send off.
Event planner Melissa Davis Designs knows how to wow with unique wedding details such as place cards floating on a cloud of a baby’s breath. We are also just as obsessed with the creative lighting that transformed the wedding aisle into a lavish tropical forest — as well as the sweetheart table covered in a cascade of greenery (thanks to Avant Gardens).
Positano, Campania, Italy
A wedding in Positano comes with its own ready-made décor (hello, lush Mediterranean mountains). Of course, that didn’t stop planner Wedding Amalfi from perfecting every little detail at this romantic celebration. We especially love the delicate orbs of baby’s breath wedding flowers by Antonia Flowers that serve as table numbers.
Wedding Bar Areas
We love how Pejy Kash Events reimagined the classic “white tent wedding” with a whimsical pink and blue color scheme. Additionally, Design House Decor took baby’s breath to new heights with a pink and blue floral installation — with the bar area becoming the main focal point of the celebration. Cheers, indeed.
Wedding Ceiling Installations
This eclectic and colorful wedding, set at Middleton Place, proves that baby’s breath is the ultimate blank canvas for an extraordinary vision. We love how these one-of-a-kind “hanging plants” by Out Of The Garden complement the colorful tablescapes and lounge area — while taking whimsy to new heights .
Dublin, County Dublin
A glass orangery-style wedding tent offers perpetual sunset views with these pink clouds of baby’s breath designed by Appassionata. Click to see other breathtaking details from this ultra-romantic wedding planned by Tara Fay Events. We especially love how this garden-style tent was transformed into a dynamic nightclub after sunset.
Royal Luxury Events gives a twist to the modern wedding tablescape with this crescent-shaped baby’s breath garland centerpiece. Of course, that’s not all. Discover how the ceremony also incorporated baby’s breath for a romantic and totally-original backdrop that has us dreaming of fluffy clouds on a serene summer day.
This “rustic meets boho-chic” wedding at Ebell of Santa Ana wins us over with so many original details — especially this cascading pink baby’s breath centerpiece by Urban Gardener. Make sure to see other unique décor elements such as a boho-wicker lounge area and pink baby’s breath wedding arch.
Event planner JOWY Productions and floral designer Marks Garden take us to cloud nine with these tall baby’s breath centerpieces and backdrop of twinkling amber lights. Make sure to check out how an uplit canopy with glimmering chandeliers made for epic staging come dance time.
Everything about this modern wedding at Faena Hotel Miami Beach is pure perfection. We are especially obsessed with these corkscrew baby’s breath centerpieces in shades of pink. See how event planner and designer Guerdy Design brought her unique vision to the wedding ceremony as well with a mirrored wedding chuppah and crown of bright pink blooms and delicate green tendrils.
Show off baby’s breath with vases in various styles and heights to create a simple (but romantic) aesthetic for your wedding reception dinner. Moreover, discover how event planner Elegant Aura Events LLC. and floral designer Flou(‑e)r Specialty Floral Events teamed up to create unique moments and photo ops. You especially have to see the Champagne wall where vibrant uplighting turned accents of baby’s breath into dramatic blue and violet hues.
Event planner Forever Events and floral designer Ovando Design and Production prove that anything is possible (including fusing two different styles) with these boho centerpieces on modern tablescapes. Also, trust us, you don’t want to miss the unique ceremony at Pérez Art Museum Miami with a backdrop of shimmering chandeliers set on polished black pedestals.
Rye Workshop elevates these rustic greenery centerpieces with sweeping tendrils of baby’s breath. We also adore other rustic details from this barn wedding such as a s’more station, flannel blanket party favors, and bench ceremony seating. Make sure to check it out here.
Geller Events planned this exquisite white wedding that mixed and matched all different kinds of blooms — from roses and calla lilies to hydrangea and baby’s breath. These elevated baby’s breath centerpieces by Jeff Leatham delight with a crown of baby’s breath complemented by clusters of sleek calla lilies. Also, discover the dazzling ceremonial canopy. It’s true what they say: There’s no such thing as too many flowers.
People Also Ask…
How Should a Couple Narrow Down Flower Choices for Their Wedding?
There’s an art and science to choosing your wedding flowers. Keep in mind, the florals will be one of the most noticeable (and photographed) décor elements. So you’ll want to choose a bloom that reflects your personal style — and ties your entire celebration together. For example, your wedding color palette and flowers will go hand-in-hand.
Now comes the science: Flowers, like everything in nature, have a time and a season. Your wedding date will heavily determine the availability and price of your preferred flowers. Ask your florist and wedding planner for help determining which flower is best for you.
Where Can I Find a Top Florist for My Wedding?
You’ve searched PartySlate for inspiration, created an Idea Slate, and have a general idea of your wedding style and color palette. Now it’s time to begin assembling your talented team of wedding vendors to bring your vision to life.
Choosing a florist doesn’t have to feel overwhelming. PartySlate can connect you with a top florist near you. Head to our curated directory to discover talented floral designers in your metro area. Make sure to click on the profiles to see more photos of their events.