These baby's breath centerpieces are a simple DIY for those budget conscious brides. If you like the look but don't want to make your own centerpieces then your florist can create them, as all of these examples were not DIY but were created by people other than the bride or by a florist. We think they look wintery when submerged and included different ideas from the size of container that is used (but not the shape as all of these are cylinder) to whether glass marbles, bear grass or fabric flowers are incorporated. Take a look and get some underwater baby's breath inspiration! Lead photograph ~ Your Event Florist; Centerpieces with glass marbles, baby's breath, water and floating candles
CR Fotography; Centerpieces with baby's breath, water, mini fabric flowers with pearl centers and floating candles: directions @ Melissa Ellen's Loft
Marshall Photography; Beautiful Blooms by Jen; Centerpiece with glass marbles, baby's breath, water & floating candle
Falls Flowers; Tall glass cylinders used as aisle decor and reused as centerpieces with baby's breath, water & floating candles
Shannon Mathis; Daisimer Atlas Floral & Event Decorators; Centerpiece of submerged baby's breath and bouquet of baby's breath on top
Photo Elan; Elements In Bloom; Centerpiece of glass marbles, bear grass, baby's breath only partly submerged, surrounded by votives
Isha Foss Events; Centerpiece with gold baby's breath, water & floating candle
Photo via Getting Some Fun Out of Life; Centerpiece is actually not baby's breath but is so pretty we thought we'd share. It's Queen Anne's Lace!