Babies breath boutonnieres are popular - but usually with the gypsolia
as an accent flower. Look how beautiful they can be when you use this
delicate flower as the main attraction!
Filling a small fashioned cone, a single braid of gold tassle is the only ornament.
A few sprigs tied with a ribbon is a simple, yet lovely lapel flower. It is easy to tint the tiny blossoms if you desire. Either add a dye to the water, cut the bunch and put them down in the bucket. Tinted water will give a light tint to the flowers. You can also mist lightly with a aerosol flower tint.
Here, a few unused stems of flowers were cut short, and woven in among
the babies breath, creating an unusual design with decorative silver
wire by Oasis. Using parts of flowers that used to be discarded is becoming a trendy concept in floral design.