… To Have, To Hold, to Toss …
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.
This list helps you identify the scents and aromas from various types of flowers.
Slightly spicy, light scent
Spicy, sometimes strong
Sweet, light scent
First scent of spring; strong
Sharp and woody; fresh coastal air
Citrus, spicy or peppery scent
Intoxicating, extremely fragrant; warm, tropical nights
Sweet perfume scent, reminiscent of springtime
Early spring; exotic; Persian
Fragrance lasts forever; South of France
Heady; old-fashioned garden scent
Sweet, new grass
Fresh; men welcome this scent
First flower of spring; overwhelming to some, heavenly to others
Springtime, lightly, rosy fragrance
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.
Strong, aromatic; herb garden
Leaves add fragrance to any bouquet. Varieties range from chocolate and mint to lemon and rose.
Sugary, candy scent; very light
Big, heavy, ripe, evening
Tropical, gardenia-like scent
Sweet, innocent, heavenly
Strong, tropical, sensual
Sweet and delicate
Highly perfumed ♥