Bridal Bouquet

comodo_315_480In the centuries to the bridal bouquet is has given importance charged with meaning, in some cases represented fertility, virginity and hope and others contain secret codes only shared by the bride and groom.

In parallel with the ritual of marriage, bride bouquets are countless cultures.

In Egypt, the ancient and the Nordic regions Rome women wore branches of thyme, bay leaf and garlic to protect themselves, in the belief that through this evil spirits interfere with the happiness of the spouses.

In Polynesia bride adorned with intricate leis. Hindu women are them bloomery petals of roses in its path, regardless of their status. Princesses and ordinary women wore the time with this delicate flower.

In Greece, brides chose use branches of Ivy, attributing this plant resistance the symbolism of a strong and lasting Union.

Also, in the Mediterranean, it was common to see them made with branches of orange blossom, as a symbol of purity.

The azahar is the flower that has most used for bride bouquets. Until the beginning of the 20th century, them it was wax, giving way to the use of natural flower, near present day habit.

The bouquet of the bride summarizes, not only an ancient expression of good wishes, but it now becomes the accessory main of the settlement of the bride, showing your style and personality.

Among Catholics, the bride must take three bouquet.

This method currently often reduces two classes, one which is designed according to his attire and other simpler, which shall comply with the tradition to unmarried women.

This accessory is one of the most representative details at your wedding and deserves a correct choice.

Beyond tastes, the indicated option emerges considering the station of the year, clothing style, physical build, height, skin color and fundamentally, personality.

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