When it comes to your wedding day perfume you have to decide whether you are going to wear your usual fragrance, or a new one.
|Jo Malone Peony And Blush Suede|
Your usual fragrance may just be something you wear everyday, and that you like, or it may be your trademark fragrance, a scent that identifies you, a scent that inhaled anywhere in the world by your people will make them think immediately of you.
He knows you in that perfume. He fell in love with you in that perfume, and maybe you reason that he should marry you in that perfume.
And that is totally perfect.
Or maybe you want something new for your big day. Something new and special. Something that will powerfully link you, your husband and that beautiful dress forever, making an olfactory memory that snaps you both back to that magical day for the rest of your lives with just the faintest whiff.
Tips For Choosing A Wedding Perfume.
Choosing a new perfume for a really big occasion can be daunting. Especially for something as huge as your wedding day.
Here are 4 tips to help you choose
1. How Do You See Yourself?
What words do you associate with seeing yourself walking down the aisle? Do you think of words like serene and pretty? Or romantic and sensual? What about sexy and alluring? Every perfume has a mood, a feel, an emotion to go with it and if you can find the words to describe your feeling, emotion or mood finding your fragrance becomes easier.
2. Match Your Theme
If you have a beach wedding think about a fragrance with florals and marine notes. Getting married in the great outdoors? Think about woodsy notes, chypres, vetivers. Is your wedding going to be candlelit and sensual with deep dark red roses? Try a sexy, spicy, musky fragrance.
3. Don’t Fight Your Bouquet
Don’t let your perfume fight your bouquet, especially if your flowers are fragrant. Either choose something complimentary, or wait til the reception to apply your perfume.
4. No Surprises
You don’t want to be wearing and new perfume on your wedding day and find out later that he didn’t like the way you smelled. If you have a new fragrance in mind consider giving him a secret sneek preview by wearing a sample and gauge his reaction. If he leans in for another breath of it its a winner. If he has no reaction or clearly doesn’t like it, you may want to try another one.
|6 Amazing Wedding Perfumes|
Narciso Rodriguez For Her
Sexy, sensual, musky, for a modern, confident sophisticate.
Jo Malone Peony and Blush Suede
Charming and beautiful, flirtatious yet sensual.
Giorgio Armani Si
A tribute to modern femininity, a combination of grace, strength and independent spirit.
Sexy, fresh, oriental, utterly feminine, refined and luxurious.
Modern, chic, fresh oriental for a fashion forward, uptown girl
Tom Ford Neroli Portofino
A heady, sexy mix of sparkling water, cool breeze and the lush foliage of the Italian Riviera. Everything Ford does oozes sex appeal, decadence and luxury. Portofino is magnificent, so is this fragrance.