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Royal Wedding Flowers: the Kent Brides

Royal wedding bouquets are often overlooked but they are often filled with significance. As well as the myrtle that’s been a tradition since the time of Queen Victoria, these posies are filled with blooms that nod to history and highlight the romance that has brought a bride and groom together. Here’s a look back at the floral choices made by some of the House of Kent’s royal…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: Queen Letizia of Spain

Soft, striking and above all, symbolic. The wedding bouquet carried by the future Queen of Spain, Letizia Ortiz, at her royal wedding on May 22nd 2004 was filled with significance. From personal touches to nods to one of the oldest ruling dynasties in Europe, Letizia filled her posy with meaning. At the heart of her cascading bouquet were the iris and the lily, closely associated with the House…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: Queen Máxima of the Netherlands

While a royal wedding dress might grab all the headlines with the almost obligatory tiara coming a close second, no set of regal nuptials would be complete without a bridal bouquet. We might not get round to admiring it until after our fourth discussion about the wedding gown itself but the flowers have their own part in every big royal wedding. That was no different on February 2nd 2002 when…
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Princess Eugenie's Wedding Bouquet

Princess Eugenie has chosen traditional bridal flowers for the bouquet she carried into St. George’s Chapel, Windsor for her wedding to Jack Brooksbank. The Princess, ninth in line to the throne, mostly stuck with nuptial shades of cream but, as with the rest of her…
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Royal Wedding Flowers: Princess Eugenie's Choices

With just days to go until the second royal wedding of 2018, it’s time to get very excited indeed about all things bridal. All eyes will be on Princess Eugenie of York on October 12th as she walks into St George’s Chapel, Windsor for her marriage to Jack Brooksbank, and while the gown and tiara will be getting plenty of glances, there’s one thing that really seals a royal nuptial…
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