Queen Anne’s lace is the new baby’s breath
The expert: Ashley Plainos of Ashton Creative
Why she loves it: “Since it replicates the look of delicate lace, it works well for romantic and vintage-style weddings. Additionally, it’s available in a few colours (primarily white, green and dark brown and plum tones), allowing it to work with more colour schemes than all-white baby’s breath can.”
How she uses it: In an all-greenery bouquet, or to add subtle texture and shape to a loosely styled bouquet.