Baby's breath is a delicate and beautiful flower used in many years of bridal bouquets and other floral arrangements. It is a species of the genus Gypsophila, and its scientific name is Gypsophila Paniculata.
Baby's Breath is grown in many parts of the world, such as North America, Australia, Europe, and South Africa. Its flowers are tiny and only grow up to a few centimeters in height.
The flowers have many tiny little blossoms, which often have a white or off-white hue. They are very light, delicate, and petite.
Baby's Breath is typically available year-round and is relatively low-maintenance compared to most other flower varieties.
It is often featured as a filler flower due to its abundant and lush greenery and ability to support and show off the more dramatic centerpiece flowers.
Baby's Breath is typically used in wedding arrangements and is believed to symbolize pure innocence.
The flower is extremely versatile and can easily be incorporated into many arrangements, such as wreaths, garlands, and crowns.
It is useful as a filler and is often combined with larger, more eye-catching blooms to soften and accentuate the look of the bouquet or arrangement.
Baby breath also releases a pleasant aroma, making it popular among floral arrangers and brides.
It almost dries perfectly for preservation and use in future arrangements and crafts.
A few Baby's Breath tendrils are also used in dried flower corsages for other special occasions.