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WILD ABOUT: Gypsophila

Updated: Sep 13, 2022

We see wedding trends come and go, however one which seems to be lasting the test of time is the ever popular Gypsophila.

Once known as a cheap flower that was often seen paired with red roses, creating that uncomfortable clash of a combination; gypsophila has now been transformed by the wedding world into an elegant and appealing focal flower to use.

Whether it's used in the masses or in touches throughout floral designs, there are so many ways you can incorporate this versatile and slightly more budget friendly flower into your wedding day.

Bridal bouquet It offers the perfect finishing touch to complete your bridal bouquet. Without taking the shine away from your focal flower, adding a touch of gypsophila to your bridal bouquet softens the look and can break up the selection of flowers if you're not keen to have a bouquet of just one bloom of choice. Frequently paired with pinks, gyp can offer versatility when it comes to the colours to combine with. Whilst it offers a gentle joining with soft creams and ivory's it creates a contrast when paired with deeper tones on the colour spectrum such as rich purples.


With its soft and delicate appearance, it can be a perfect compliment to your Bridesmaids. Couple with roses for a touch of something more special or keep as a simple statement on its own. Tied with ribbon or twine to complete the look.


A simple but effective statement for button holes is grouped gypsophila. Tied with twine can offer a more rustic look if this is more aligned with your wedding theme. Airy and lightweight it also provides a more comfortable wear for grooms and wedding guests.

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