Also known as baby’s breath, Gypsophila was a big trendy flower in the 1990s that has come back in style. Its name comes from the word gypsum, a mineral present in the soil that makes a very heavy and thick ground. Gypsophila symbolizes long lasting or eternal love, and is present in many love binding ceremonies such as weddings and baptisms. The meaning comes from the pure white color of the flower because it can be an eternal flower when used dry. The white tiny flowers also show the purity of emotions that people should have for each other. Following this line, Gypsophila reminds us to stay dedicated to your cause and to remember the power of innocence and purity.