Fragrant Wedding Memories
A sensual fragrance will not only help you feel fantastic on your wedding day, but thanks to your olfactory senses, it could also help you to recall memories from your special day for years to come.
It is a well-known fact that above all other senses, smell is the most powerful trigger for the memory. This is one reason why picking out the perfect wedding scent for your big day should be high on the priority list.
An increasing number of brides are selecting specific perfumes to wear on their wedding day, and also for their honeymoon, so that fragrance will forevermore remind them of those happy memories.
Whether you are a bride searching for the perfect fragrance entice your groom, or a groom hoping to adorn your bride-to-be with a scent to remember; below are a few exquisite perfumes to consider spraying on.
Signature Thai Scent
If you didn’t have a chance to pick out your wedding day eau de parfum before you travelled to the Thailand for the destination wedding of a lifetime, fear not – the Kingdom is home to plenty of home grown luxury cosmetic brands. One of the stars of the aroma show is Thann, with its Signature Solid Perfume. Designed to be massaged into your body’s pulse points – the neck, wrist, chest and behind the ears – this signature scent offers a delicious fragrance with notes of zesty orange and spearmint oils. What's more, thanks to its handy size, Thann’s solid perfume is the perfect accessory to keep with you throughout the day for touch ups.
Perfume for a Princess
For many brides, when it comes to wedding gowns, the only way to go is Wang. With an irresistible array of perfumes available, an increasing number of brides are also opting for a Vera Wang scent to complete their wedding day ensemble. Vera Wang’s Pink Princess is one of the top choices, thanks to its playful aroma and sweet notes of pink grapefruit, dewberry and raspberry sorbet. Unexpected sparks of marshmallow and honeysuckle also come into the mix to create the perfect scent for a princess bride.
Smell of the Sun
The guarantee of superb sunshine is just one of the reasons why many couples jet off to Thailand to say their vows. If you want to find a fragrance to match the Kingdom’s golden sunshine, Marc Jacobs’s Daisy Eau So Fresh Sunshine Edition is a vibrant and appealing perfume that your husband to be will be unable to resist. This fragrance packs in delightful hints of strawberry, apple blossom and pink grapefruit, with undertones of jasmine, lily and rose, making it the ideal choice for the floral bride. The striking design of Marc Jacobs’s signature daisy bottle is also one of this perfume’s major draws.
Brides looking for a natural feel on their wedding day may prefer to steer away from branded perfumes in favour of an organic essential oils. These potions package all of nature’s best aromas into one, tiny bottle, so you can select something that truly matches your personality. When in Thailand, why not make the most of the natural scents around you and go for a scent with a distinctly Thai slant? Orchid, Frangipani, Lily and Jasmine all grow in abundance so you can mirror the tropical surroundings by selecting to waer one of these crisp floral aromas on your special day.
For more traditional brides, a choice of perfume can actually be integrated into the old saying: “Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue”. To fulfil the “something blue” part, Dolce and Gabbana’s crisp Light Blue eau de parfum is a fabulous choice. Notes of bluebell, apple, bamboo, jasmine and white rose all combine to create a light, floral fragrance that is perfect for daytime or evening. The crisp citrusy scents that fuse together to forge Light Blue’s distinctive aroma are also timeless, which means this is the ideal perfume to spritz on for years to come when you and your husband want to be transported back to the happy days of your wedding and honeymoon.
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