There are certain rituals that take place just imagine that, as the launch of bouquet, but where did they all come from? It’s fun to scrutinize the history of certain symbols and actions that we tend to take for granted, so let’s take a quick journey back in time to investigate the beginning of one of the most common tradition of the wedding “bridal bouquet”. Actually, bridal bouquets in history might have been far from enough; I may not have been composed of flowers, but of herbs and garlic even intended to ward off evil feelings.
They also contained dill and calendula, which then eat at the wedding reception to promote lust. Talk about a bunch doing double duty when they were assembled from the blooms, which was representative of the state of the bride as a maid in bloom, its fragrance was also used as a welcome break at a time when people bathed much more rarely. After all, the bride wants to smell pretty on her wedding day, but that is difficult when only bath once a year. In the 15th century, most marriages in June, mainly because most people take their yearly bath in May, so chances were lower than the bride and groom would come across them holding their noses.
Of course, a very fragrant bouquet always sweetens the deal. So there were many reasons to carry a bouquet, but the point is the start tossing tradition in the 14th century, at a time that greatly lucky brides were measured, and a sample of it was also seen as good luck. So start throwing flowers as a means of warding would rippers dress …!