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Love this idea for a rustic centerpiece...can use any kind of flower and even paint the wood to make it look distressed. Another great example of Baby's Breath in a chic wedding. Simple wooden boxes with bouquets of Baby's Breath make for elegant and eye-catching arrangements - not to mention affordable and easy to assemble!
Babys breath centerpiece
diy wooden box centerpiece , order boxes on koyal, paint with stencil, fill wth baby's breath, sage and lavender, and surround with mirror glass votive candles. chalkboard table number sticking out of flowers. burlap and lace table runners. sage napkins or lavender with white place settings. Other decor: possibly window sills, paint chip garland and burlap drapery. hang christmas lights
I like the box idea, without the word love though DIY wooden box centerpieces with baby's breath. Captured By: Aimee McAuley ---> http://www.weddingchicks.com/2014/05/20/italian-infused-rustic-chic-wedding/
mason jar arrangement from nick & laura's wedding #marenkathleenphotography #wedding
If you're keen on having real flowers, try using baby's breath. | 11 Ways To Make Your Wedding More Beautiful On A Budget
#TOMSforProm Pro Tip: Baby's Breath and twine are cost-efficient DIY ingredients for the perfect boutonniere or corsage.
Babies breath wedding bouquet - beautiful for bridesmaids and for your budget! #budgetwedding
baby's breath bouquet.
babys-breath-buttonholes... i'm not a bb fan , but i actually like these because they are well executed.
diy wooden boxes with spray painted table numbers #centerpiece #tablenumbers #weddingchicks www.weddingchicks...
Beautiful and Elegant. Would you chose black dresses for your bridesmaids? We think this picture convinces us!
babys breath bouquets for bridesmaids with purple ribbon or ivory? I would have a purple bouquet. Groom wears ivory flowers and groomsmen wear purple or baby's breath?
Babys Breath Arrangements
So many clever ways to use Baby's Breath. Come see them all. www.weddingchicks...
I love the yarn and baby's breath together.