Gypsophila is most commonly known as baby’s breath. And believe it or not it comes from the carnation family. This poor little flower gets a bad rap. People have come to hate baby’s breath because of the “old fashioned” stigma attached to it. Yes, if you go to a grocery store flower shop, you will most certainly see a few pieces of this delicate flower unfairly stuffed in a bouquet of red roses. Or even worse, a corsage or boutonniere with accents of baby’s breath. This poor little flower deserves a comeback! It is completely beautiful when used properly. Properly, in our professional opinion, means that it is featured “en masse”. No dotting clumps of this little white blossom throughout a piece, but rather a design entirely of baby’s breath. It is stunning! And wow, what a delicate fragrance when it is presented like this.