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CEREMONY & RECEPTIONS
theScented language of
Flowers
ASHLEY ESCOLA PHOTOGRAPHY
...TO HAVE, TO HOLD, TO TOSS...
BOUVARDIA
Slightly spicy, light scent
CARNATIONS/DIANTHUS
Spicy, sometimes strong
DAFFODILS
Sweet, light scent
DAPHNE ODORA
First scent of spring; strong
EUCALYPTUS
Sharp and woody; fresh coastal air
FREESIA
Citrus, spicy or peppery scent
GARDENIA
Intoxicating, extremely fragrant; warm, tropical nights
GENISTA
Sweet perfume scent, reminiscent of springtime
JASMINE
Early spring; exotic; Persian
LAVENDER
Fragrance lasts forever; South of France
LILAC
Heady; old-fashioned garden scent
LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY
Sweet, new grass
MINT
Fresh; men welcome this scent
PAPERWHITE NARCISSUS
First flower of spring; overwhelming to some, heavenly to others
PEONY
Springtime, lightly, rosy fragrance
ROSES
Range from light and sweet to heavy and floral. Sterling roses are lavender-colored and have a light citrus smell. Charlotte roses are red, with a long-lasting sweeter fragrance.
ROSEMARY
Strong, aromatic; herb garden
SCENTED GERANIUM
Leaves add fragrance to any bouquet. Varieties range from chocolate and mint to lemon and rose.
SNAPDRAGONS
Sugary, candy scent; very light
STARGAZER LILY
Big, heavy, ripe, evening
STEPHANOTIS
Tropical, gardenia-like scent
SWEET PEA
Sweet, innocent, heavenly
TUBEROSE
Strong, tropical, sensual
VIOLET
Sweet and delicate
WISTERIA
Highly perfumed
A bridal bouquet is a beautiful symbol of the wedding ceremony. It can enhance a simple dress, complement the flowers in your hair or those pinned to the back of the train.
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