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Wedding Etiquette 2

The Bouquet..

So you’ve probably found ‘The Dress’ & decided upon a theme & colours for the day but now you’ve got to combine it all in a bouquet, buttonholes and flowers.

You may have a favourite flower but traditionally flowers were chosen for their symbolic meaning. Here’s just a few, it’s sweet to know what they symbolise!

Hydrangea – understanding

Lilac – first love

Gypsophila / Babies Breath – innocence

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Anemone – expectation.

Daisy – share your feelings

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Lily – truth & honour

Lily of the Valley – happiness

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Freesia – innocence

Magnolia – love of nature

Peony – ambition & determination

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Rose – love, joy, beauty

Stephanotis – marital happiness

Stock – lasting beauty

Sweet Pea – pleasure

Purple Violet – faithfulness

Sunflower – adoration

Or why not mix all your favourites to create your own precious mix of meanings!

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Fresh herbs have been essential to the language of love for centuries so if you’re having a Garden Party wedding, love all things Boho or simply love a little tradition then here are some perfect herbs to include in your bouquet and wedding flowers.

Lavender – devotion, undying love, married bliss

Rosemary – remembrance, fidelity & luck

Sage – long life

Parsley – festivity

Mint – warmth of feeling

Thyme – courage & strength

Oregano – joy & happiness

Clover – good luck

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