Why Brides Carry a Bouquet?
We all know that every woman loves flowers, not only to receive them as a gift, or to decorate her home, but even more so, as a bouquet to carry and compliment her wedding gown on one of the most special day of her life.
The bridal bouquet is an essential part of a modern bride's outfit, whether it be a lavish opulent affair or a simple garden wedding at the family home.
Plus, that flowers add visual beauty and a touch of romance to a wedding, but there are deeper reasons for their presence. Do you want to know? Stay here with us.
In Ancient, way back in Rome, brides carried flower, believing that flowers signify new beginnings, fidelity and hope of fertility.
And in the Middle Ages, Women believed that a strong-smelling herbs were thought to ward off and drive away evil spirits, bad luck, ill health and help mask the smell of body odour.
To finish our story, during the Victorian era that flowers became part of the wedding bouquet and that has continued until today.