Gypsophila, also known as Baby’s Breath, is a tiny delicate ‘fluffy’ looking white flower with a thin stem that is extremely long lasting. It has for many years been part of people’s wedding flowers but recently has become increasingly popular as the only flower in a bridal bouquet.
It makes for a very simple and understated bouquet.
It is also being used more and more for the bridesmaid’s bouquet. This is even when the bride has something different, one reason is that it is inexpensive yet effective allowing the bride to splash out on her bouquet. No one wants to upstage the bride after all!
We think the Roses set off the Gypsophila beautifully in the attached image.
Pew Ends and Centrepiece
Gyp is also good to be used as pew ends giving a very pretty finish to the seating down the aisle, it can be used on its own or with other flowers to compliment and it also makes a lovely centrepiece for your guests tables.
Gypsophila is a very versatile flower, it is used to beautifully compliment other flowers but is significant enough to also stand alone and be the only flower, not a claim a lot of flowers can make.
If you would like a quote for your Gypsophila bouquet contact us.