If you are trying to save money but want large bouquets using baby's breath is a great option. You can get a lot of volume for your dollar. These delicate white flowers give your wedding a lacy look and are perfect especially for weddings in cooler venues or during cooler seasons.
See the huge bouquets above for your aisle for your ceremony--an inexpensive way to look like you've gone all out on your flowers. Just sprinkle some rose petals on the floor between the tall standing bouquets to keep your guests from knocking over the tall vases.
If you're looking for other ways to use baby's breath for your wedding day, check out my posts: Lacy Look For Weddings Isn't Expensive; Fall Wedding Finery; Romantic Pumpkin Carvings For Weddings; and Easy Wedding Ceremony Backdrop.
If you like the wreath look for your pews, baby's breath can make inexpensive and easy DIY (do it yourself) wreaths. Add some pastel ribbons to hold them on the pews and they are easy to set up and take down. Use them later on the wall of your reception venue.
Look for future posts on using baby's breath for bouquets on WDW(Wedding Day Weekly).