Simple wedding bouquets can be more interesting with fillers like baby's breath. A constant favorite for years, this snowy white puffs are still a delightful addition to a bridal bouquet.
Cut them into small laterals and insert in under the salal leaves.
I clustered several stems tightly together for an accent in the bottom right corner.
Naked seeded eucalyptus comes stripped of it's eucalyptus leaves, leaving only the seeds.
I tucked them under the lily grass loops, in order to conceal the bouquet mechanics of florist foam.
I emphasized the top corner of the bouquet with a few sprigs of italian ruscus.
Then moved on down to the bottom to mirror the effect with another sprig of italian ruscus.
So far you can see the finished portion of the bouquet ready to insert the flowers.
When I finish adding all my grass and leaves, I'll give them a light spray with Ultra Leaf Shine by Design Master. This product cleans all types of greenery (as well as living plants!). It gives them a shiny gloss finish, free of ugly white residue left by hard water and any pollen dust from the plants themselves.