Baby’s Breath Revival |Hamilton Niagara Wedding Florist

So what’s taken so long for Baby’s Breath to come back into fashion? Its played second fiddle to other gorgeous blossoms for so long. It’s about time that we enjoy this airy and delicate blossom.

We here at Sue Gallo Designs love Baby’s Breath’s clean and minimalist look that is both chic and edgy as well as dreamy and romantic. As we love this tiny little blossom so much, we thought we’d share just a few gorgeous ways to incorporate Baby’s Breath into your wedding.blog1Perfectly fluffy choice for romantic floral wreaths to grace your venue’s entrance. blog2Love the boxed bed of Baby’s Breath to display escort cards. How utterly romantic! blog3Dreamy garlands to adorn signs, tables and banisters. blog5blog4blog4Clouds of Baby’s Breath make the most perfect ceremony setting. Even over a dance floor would be spectacular! blog5So Romantic is this mantle setting. A perfect spot to exchange vows and display some pretty amazing baby’s breath garlands and florals. blog1Gorgeous aisle decor. blog1Towering vases of baby’s breath clouds to adorn your escort table. What about as beautiful dreamy pieces to complete your table scapes. blog1blog1

Baby’s Breath can be affordable. But don’t be fooled! Those lush and over flowing pieces you find on Pinterest and wedding blogs do contain a tremendous amount of baby’s breath and are extremely labour intensive so they are more expensive than you the phrase “Baby’s Breath is affordable” would lead you to think. So plan well, and with a little help from the SGD Event Team, together we  can make your wedding budget go just that little bit further and create a pretty remarkable wedding.

Happy planning xo


Wreath ~ Elizabeth Grace | Boxed Baby’s Breath Escort Card Holder ~ Style Me Pretty |Table Garland ~ Weddingomania | Chair Garlands ~ Stone Blossom | Baby’s Breath Cloud ~ Botanical Brouhaha |Mantle Setting ~ Colin Cowie | Aisle Decor ~ Style Me Pretty |Escort Table ~ Hello Darling |Tall Centerpiece ~ The Bridal Detective | Wreath with Candles |

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