The practice of carrying bridal bouquets can be traced back to the ancient times, and people then carried herbs instead of flowers. When Queen Victoria got married, she carried a floral bouquet, and that signaled the start of a time-honored tradition. While wedding trends have come and gone, toting bridal bouquets still has not gone out of style. Brides still walk down the aisle with a bundle of blooms, which are usually meant to stand for happiness and love.
These days, brides have more options for their bridal bouquets. You can even request your florist to bring in special blooms if they're not available in the country. This is just one way to make your bridal bouquet unique, but there are many other ways to personalize your bouquet for the wedding. Check out our gallery below for ideas.
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