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This post is part of a recurring series here on BSB – we share a wedding budget tip every Tuesday to help you save money on your wedding! You can also see past posts (and a sneak peek at what’s ahead) on this wedding budget tips page for your convenience and future reference.

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Wedding Budget Tip #30:

Use inexpensive filler flowers like baby’s breath for a chic look on the cheap!

We’ve talked over and over again about how much we love baby’s breath for weddings. Not only does it create a super chic and airy look, but it’s also super inexpensive.

Baby’s breath can be used in a variety of ways for wedding decor: from centerpieces to aisle markers — this inexpensive filler flower packs a powerful punch at a penny pincher’s price. 🙂

You can easily place baby’s breath into simple vessels like Mason Jars, beer bottles, pickle jars, etc — just consider any glass item in your recycling bin! You could do the same with soup cans, too. Remove the label and voila — a centerpiece vessel on the cheap! Fill with some baby’s breath stems and you’ve got yourself a simple and super affordable centerpiece on a shoestring.

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Baby’s Breath Wedding Flowers / photo by Mikkel Paige

You could even make your own baby’s breath bouquets or baby’s breath boutonnieres for a super savvy bridal party look. Check out our previously posted baby’s breath tutorials for more info on how to make these simple and chic arrangements yourself.

 

 

So tell us:

do you plan to use baby’s breath in your wedding florals?

Leave a comment below and let us know!

 

 

 

Want more wedding budget tips? Come back next Tuesday for the next post in this series.

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Jessica is the creator of The Budget Savvy Bride; she launched the site in May of 2008, shortly after becoming engaged. Jessica has been recognized as a budget wedding expert by various media outlets and continues to share realistic inspiration and actionable tips to help brides save money on their weddings. Google

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