We have heard rumors that Gypsophila arrangements (Baby’s Breath) tend to get old pretty fast. While some may agree, we certainly don’t! There is a certain rustic charm to Gypsophila, it is budget-friendly, versatile, and has just the right amount of Pinterest vibes. We are sure you must have come across Baby’s breath bouquets, gypsophila crown, etc. on the internet. But here we have compiled a list of ideas that will make you fall in love with our money-saving friend.
4 Creative Uses of Dried Gypsophila
Baby’s Breath Gift Wrapping
A very simple trick that can add a unique and personal touch to your gifts. Pick the Gypsophila Flower in the color of your choice. You can either opt only for Dried Baby's Breath or combine it with other flowers like Dried Roses or Dried Peonies. Just create a tiny flower bunch and secure it with a piece of ribbon. Now stick your DIY Dried Flower Bunch on the gift with clear tape and see its magic come to life!
Baby’s Breath Rings
A very cute and eye-catching welcome gift for guests, make these beautiful and fun Dried Gypsophila rings for a wedding, birthday, anniversary or gender reveal party. All you need is some good quality twine and White Dried Baby’s Breath Flowers.
Roughly measure the twine around your ring finger and create loops out of it. Then add a tiny bunch of Dried Gypsophila to each loop in a way that the flowers stay on the top. Not only will your guests be welcomed by a gift but they can also carry this Dried Gypsophila ring as a souvenir of your celebration with themselves.
Baby’s Breath Wall Backdrop
A multicolor Dried Gypsophila Wall Backdrop is a great option to introduce the beauty of preserved nature in your Interiors. You can play around and experiment with a lot of Dried Baby’s Breaths in various textures, colors, and sizes.
For starters White Gypsophila, Rainbow Gypsophila, Pink Gypsophila, Bleached Gypsophila, etc can be a good choice because of their bright and unique appearance. Once you have selected the flowers for your wall, tie them in small bunches with a ribbon and stick them to your wall with some clear tape. You can go only for Baby’s breath or mix them with other Dried Flowers for a more varied look.
Baby’s Breath Glass Bottle Decoration
The classic way of displaying flowers that you can never go wrong with. Dried Gypsophila Flowers arranged in vases, mason jars, jam pots, in the center of the wedding table is a must-have these days.
For this DIY, choose the Dried Flowers or Preserved Flowers that go with Baby’s Breath flower. Insert your flowers in the bottle in a way to achieve a fuller look. You can also trim the stems to your desired length. Such center vases can be used to hold the name cards or to assign table numbers in weddings, corporate events, meetings, etc.