Before Mandy Moore’s first on-screen wedding she told hunky Landon Carter, “You have to promise you won’t fall in love with me.” **Cue tears.** Of course, we ALL fell in love with Mandy. And here we are 17 years later, having become completely smitten with her real-life nuptials! From Mandy’s pink dress to the aisle lined with vintage rugs, the day totally blew us away. But it was the ceremony arch by the oh-so-talented Of the Flowers that we simply cannot get over!!
Which brings us to today’s topic: the reasons we’re falling head over heels for gypsophila…otherwise known as baby’s breath! What was simply a filler flower back in the day has now taken its rightful place center stage. Baby’s breath is a resilient, affordable bloom that is simple enough on its own but takes on an entirely new ethereal, cloud-like quality when arranged together. And Mandy’s pink ceremony arch is just the beginning! Here are 10 unique + fresh ways to use babies breath in your wedding or event!
1. First Dance Under a Cloud of Baby’s Breath
2. Surrounded by Color and Whimsy
photo: Avistoria // florals: State & Arrow //design + styling: Maddox & Rose // hmu: The Fenley Studio // models: Hannah Black + Aaron Medley// calligraphy: White Ink Calligraphy // rentals: 12th Table // venue: The Cordelle
3. Wed Below and Among the Clouds
4. Baby’s Breath Weaved into a Boho Braid
(We found these pretty photos on Pinterest! If you know who to credit then please let us know!)
5. An Ethereal Photo Backdrop
6. The Pink Baby’s Breath Arch that Started it All
7. A Wintry White Display
8. A Luxe Staircase to Remember
photo + design: Empty Vase Florist
9. Suspended in a Breath of Air
10. Under a Cloud of Pink Blooms