Baby Breaths / Gypsophila Name and Meanings
Baby’s breath flowers are native to Eastern Europe. They are generally called Gypsophila.
The reason why it is widely known as Baby’s Breath is that it’s charming and innocence look which resembles a little baby.
In Singapore, the common Baby’s Breath flowers are million stars, Xlence and Mirabella.
Million Stars have the smallest flower size among the three, followed by Mirabella and Xlence as the biggest.
They are commonly used on most occasions, due to their miniature
size it is easily put together in a bouquet. Apart from that, it is widely available and it is available all year round.
As choosing specific flowers can be quite a daunting task, we have come out with a Flower Meaning guide to make the process fun and easy.
We hope to unravel a whole new language and meanings of flowers.
Baby’s breath quotes and symbolizes purity, sincerity, love, compassion, trust, everlasting love, innocence, and romance.
A beautifully decorated Baby’s breaths flower bouquet commonly displays an affection, exquisite beauty of a person and devotion in a relationship which lives an eternity.
A bouquet of baby’s breath also shows adoration and a wish to live a million days with a fulfilling life with the person you are tremendously in love.
The fresh scent of baby’s breath is light and gentle towards the nose, it devours and mesmerizes a heart that’s in love.
With the right location and ambiance, it will create a dreamy look.
Baby’s breath flower speaks to your loved ones by showing them the love
they deserve. This beautiful flower present in most wedding ceremonies and
Here are some Baby’ Breaths colors and their meaning:
White: A positive color, is affiliated with purity, virginity, innocence, light, goodness, heaven, understanding, cleanliness, faith, beginnings, possibility, sincerity, protection, softness, and perfection.
Pink: Showcasing a relationship which is romantic, charming, feminine, and tenderness.
Blue: An abiding trust, loyalty, sincerity, wisdom, confidence, stability, faith.
Making Baby’s Breaths last longer
Baby’s breath flowers usually have a lifespan of five to ten days. Placing these flowers away from the air-conditioned room will help prevent
dryness. Do not forget to trim the stems daily for preserve freshness.
Click here for tips on making your flower bouquet last longer.
Click here for other flower’s meanings.
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