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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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 Blush Rose

Anemone – expectation.

Daisy – share your feelings


Talia Events

Lily – truth & honour

Lily of the Valley – happiness



French Wedding Style

Freesia – innocence

Magnolia – love of nature

Peony – ambition & determination


Petal Productions

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!




The Real Cut Flower Company

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





Florist in the Forest

Keep following – more ideas to come!

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