You bring the thought....we'll bring the scent.
Saying your vows surrounded by scent-filled blooms will add the magic to your day....
Choose from the list of fragrances below to create lasting floral memories, from Aromatic, Citrus, Spicy/Peppery, Heavy/Oriental and Sweet/Floral.
Aroma is food for the soul and for the nose and nothing will bring a smile to the face more than the whiff of the first bloom on a fragrant Freesia or Rose. The first smell of these gorgeous fragrances is the confirmation spring is upon us and gives us a link to the goddess of earth, not to mention a dance for the senses.
Flowers, herbs and various plants have always given much pleasure to people all around the world, flowers are beautiful and odorous for a reason: to spread pollen and enhance their kind. Perhaps flowers remind us of our own species?
Flowers have had specific meanings since Victorian times, the flower selection during Victorian times was limited and people used more symbols and gestures to communciate than words. Nowadays the meanings of flowers has no rules, people choose flowers because of a sentimental value, a nice perfume or a nice colour.
In Victorian times there was a lot more to a flower than just the botanical meaning. A red rose implied "love", a white rose pronounced "I am worthy" and a yellow rose indicated "jealousy".
Over the years we have worn flowers in our hair, spoken of flowers in our myths and stories and given them meanings. We have found beauty in their blooms and taken flowers as emblems and composed of them a language of our own.
All around the world the meaning of flowers has become a tradition for many, Asia honoured flowers with its own profound tradition. The daylily, which in England was said to indicate flirtation, in China symbolised fertility. Many of today's flowers such as chrysanthemums, wisteria and peonies have Asian origins!
Is a very popular colour. It is seen as trustworthy, dependable and committed. The colour of the sky and ocean, blue is perceived as a constant in our lives
Is the colour of nature, fertility and life. Grass-green is the most restful shade. Green symbolises self-respect, well-being and balance and is a safe colour that works in most settings and venues
Shines with optimism, enlightenment and happiness. Shades of golden yellow carry the promise of a positive future
Projects purity, cleanliness and neutrality. It also indicates a fresh start, innocence and simplicity
Is fun and flamboyant and radiates warmth and energy. Terracotta, peach and rust have a very broad appeal
Is the colour of passion and commands attention. Using this shade as an accent colour will immeditaely draw everyone's gaze to a particular decorative element
Is youthful, fun and exciting, while vibrant pinks have the same high energy as red. Pink is the colour of happiness and is often regarded as lighthearted
Balances the stimulation of red with the calm of blue. With mystical and royal connotations, purple is a colour flavoured by creative types