With a little help from my flower-savvy aunt, I think we’ve decided to DIY our flowers… so I’m on a mission to gather as much information and as many ideas as I can, and one thing I’m really loving is baby’s breath.
DIYing our flowers makes a lot of sense. Mark and I spend a lot of time outdoors and I tend to be a little crunchy as it is, so it really wouldn’t be right for us to have anything that looks too manufactured… we want a natural look, and I think that’s something we can get on our own.
Of course, there are a million amazing florists who could also get that look for us. What we’re really talking about here is money, and in my opinion, flowers are a great place to find savings. If you’re like us and want a really natural look, not only can you probably get that look on your own, your flowers will be that much more personal because you did them yourself. DIY projects can be really rewarding that way.
(… and speaking of money, baby’s breath is super cheap.)
Ultimately, I’d like to add some color in as well. Mark would like to incorporate snapdragons and I love sweet peas. I would also like for our flowers to be as local and in season as possible (and I have no idea if that applies to either snapdragons or sweet peas… or baby’s breath ack!).
Lots to learn! But I really do like those big masses of baby’s breath.