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Easy to use vase, babys breath is cheaper then flowers. Makes a nice center piece or use wire to hang from a shepards hook or twine and hang from a tree. Add a dab of food color to the water to tie in the color theme of your wedding. Add twine or bows to decorate.

Another DIY wedding decor idea that is cheap and so pretty just fill mason jars with baby's breath or inexpensive flowers and line the aisle with them hanging off the chairs. I love the burlap and twine on the jar too.

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90 Rustic Budget-friendly Gypsophila Baby’s Breath Wedding Ideas

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This is for a 6 pack of white tulle spools. Each spool is 6 inches wide by 25 yards! This is a great package to have to decorate the seating for your ceremony, makes excellent bows or even tulle poms to hang from ceiling of your reception. Bought them for $79.99 but will sell the pack of 6 for only $19.99

150 Yards Of White Tulle Spools

Pretty and inexpensive way to dress up for wedding ceremony aisle decor in a church: pew bows with baby's breath & silk ribbon

Baby's breath was in my hair and simple bouquet in my wedding day. Love this! Baby's Breath Wedding Flowers - Photography by The Bird

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23 Stunning Rustic Wedding Centrepieces

TWINE ON CENTREPIECE VASES Today we're all about the most beautiful rustic wedding centrepieces and top ideas and inspiration for your fab DIY decor.

shepards hook with west elm vase. baby's breath? aisle and then moved elsewhere...

Simple aisle marker idea - perfect for a rustic wedding - mason jar aisle markers {Amy Prikazsky Photography}

Love the sequins floating in the jar! Taking crafty to a whole new level.

DIY sequin flower vase :) All you have to do to is sprinkle some sequins into the bottom of the vase before you fill it with water. And after you arrange the flowers, the stems will disperse the sequins to give your vase just the right amount of glitz

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