Wedding Fact or Fiction? – Bridal Bouquet

The bridal bouquet dates back to ancient times when, rather than flowers, women carried aromatic bunches of garlic, herbs and spices with strong smells thought to have mystical powers that would ward off evil spirits.

Bridal Bouquet

Stories of the past indicate that the dill from the bride’s bouquet, also known as the herb of lust, was consumed by the bride, the groom, and their wedding guests during the reception, as the herb was meant to increase sexual desire.

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