Baby’s Breath has been around the block. It was fashionable many generations ago when the variety of cut flowers available was limited. It fell out of fashion during the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s when it became the victim of many a floral crime. But in the last several years, we’ve gotten nostalgic; all things vintage are “in”. Baby’s Breath fits well with vintage, as well as shabby chic and rustic style weddings.
Rather than pairing it with a rose or a Carnation and fern, Brides are looking for a new look for Baby’s Breath. Popular and beautiful is a singular expression, either as a centerpiece or as a bridal or bridesmaid’s bouquet. Another way it is lovely is submerged, with a floating candle on top.
Lace is really hot for 2013, and I think the two are good partners. I predict this trend will continue!