Have you noticed how smells bring back mem­o­ries in an instant? There is a smart sci­en­tif­ic expla­na­tion for this, but we are talk­ing about some­thing else now. Your spe­cial fra­grance, cho­sen specif­i­cal­ly for your wed­ding day, will become a kind of time machine that will take you back to the sta­tus of a bride even after 10 years. So that you can enjoy the bright and hap­py moments of that day again and again! BUT Chan­fash­ion will tell you which per­fumes are con­sid­ered clas­sics for brides.

Per­fumers from dif­fer­ent coun­tries and gen­er­a­tions are unit­ed in one in his opin­ion that it is best for the bride to pay atten­tion to flo­ral fra­grances. You are, of course, enti­tled to your own opin­ion. We know sto­ries when girls choose their moth­er’s per­fume, strength­en­ing fam­i­ly tra­di­tions. And we know the sto­ries when girls choose the fra­grance of their man, which was on him on their first date. Your day your rules!

In Amer­i­ca and Europe, there is even a prac­tice of cre­at­ing your own, exclu­sive wed­ding fra­grance. Future new­ly­weds, under the guid­ance of a per­fumer, them­selves devel­op a scent that will serve as a mem­o­ry cat­a­lyst for them. The process is painstak­ing and expen­sive.

Before you go to inhale dozens of beau­ti­ful per­fumesto choose the only one your bridal fra­grance, we want to give you some tips.

1 If flow­ers with a pro­nounced aro­ma are used to cre­ate your bridal bou­quet, the smell of your per­fume should be in har­mo­ny with it.

2 When choos­ing per­fumes, con­sid­er the loca­tion of the wed­ding cer­e­mo­ny. Aro­mas with notes of wild flow­ers are ide­al for a wed­ding in the gar­den, at a cer­e­mo­ny by the sea fresh, aquat­ic scents, for a win­ter wed­ding — more com­plex com­po­si­tions, with cin­na­mon and musk.

3 If your fiancé is also not against his wed­ding per­fume, choose paired fra­grances that will be in tune, and when mixed, they will make the aura around you even more sweet­er.”

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4 You hard­ly need a whole bot­tle of per­fume. Unless you plan to use it as a dec­o­ra­tive ele­ment in your bed­room. For a wed­ding day, 6–7 puffs are enough! And the beau­ty of the bride’s fra­grance is not to use it again, leav­ing in mem­o­ry only one most won­der­ful asso­ci­a­tion.

5 Be care­ful with per­fumes dark in col­or, they can leave stains on a snow-white dress.

Our Top 10 Bridal Perfume List

Scent of a Dream, Charlotte Tilbury

By com­bin­ing top notes such as lemon, peach and black pep­per with the heart of the fra­grance jas­mine, incense, tuberose, the fra­grance sounds like a hymn to love, light, joy and sex­u­al­i­ty! An explo­sive mix­ture for a bride, isn’t it?

Fleurissimo, Creed

The famous fra­grance cre­at­ed espe­cial­ly for the Amer­i­can actress Grace Kel­ly, who mar­ried the Prince of Mona­co. A sophis­ti­cat­ed mix­ture of glam­or and ele­gant aris­toc­ra­cy, the fra­grance is based on tuberose, vio­let, Bul­gar­i­an rose. Fleuris­si­mo empha­sizes and com­ple­ments the beau­ty of the image of the bride, and all eyes are riv­et­ed only to her.

White Jasmine & Mint, Jo Malone

Jo Mal­one one of the top fra­grance brands when it comes to sophis­ti­cat­ed bridal per­fumes. Due to the many unique smells, almost any of them would be per­fect for a spe­cial occa­sion. Nonethe­less we chose White Jas­mine and Mint clas­sic flo­ral fra­grance with unusu­al mint notes. You will smell as irre­sistible as you look.

Poison, Dior

Poi­son Girl is the fra­grance of the mod­ern girl, free and sex­u­al. Tasty trap, who is very easy to please and who caus­es addic­tion. Poi­son Girl is a state­ment, adorable and excit­ing.

Velvet Orchid, Tom Ford

Tom Ford trans­formed the splen­dor and seduc­tive pow­er of the sym­bol­ic black orchid into uber-fem­i­nine A fra­grance embell­ished with notes of fresh cit­rus and sweet vanil­la. A rich, spicy and intense flo­ral fra­grance, it is like a warm exot­ic gar­den.

Velvet Rose, Dolce & Gabbana

“Vel­vet Rose” Dolce & Gab­bana’s trib­ute to the Mediter­ranean rose. A del­i­cate flo­ral per­fume rem­i­nis­cent of a fra­grant sun-drenched sea breeze. Three ros­es merge togeth­er to cre­ate a pure fem­i­nine flo­ral mas­ter­piece.

Life is Beautiful, Lancome

Bright com­po­si­tion of juicy fruit and gourmet flo­ral note. Аромат Life Is Beau­ti­ful beau­ti­ful, noble, fem­i­nine, it was cre­at­ed for women who are in love with life and bring joy.

Flowerhead, Byredo

per­fumes Byre­do over­rule to expen­sive ones, but they are absolute­ly valu­able, espe­cial­ly for a spe­cial occa­sion like a wed­ding. Each fra­grance has its own unique scent and sto­ry, and Flow­er­head is one of our favorites. Check out Sev­en Veils it’s a fra­grance for two: you and your fiancé.

Essences Insensees Rose De Mai, Diptyque

The per­fume is suit­able for a win­ter bride, as pink notes are inter­twined with fra­grant ones. hon­ey. Insane Essences del­i­cate, frag­ile, but juicy fra­grance based on rose cen­tifo­lia, which has become an elu­sive rar­i­ty on the French Riv­iera.

Bottega Veneta eau de parfum

The first fra­grance from Bot­te­ga Vene­ta for women. A com­plex fra­grance har­mo­nious­ly inter­twin­ing notes of berg­amot, jas­mine, plum, patchouli and oak­moss for an intrigu­ing and sen­su­al girl.

We wish you to find the per­fect per­fume for your wed­ding day and let it be love from the first, max­i­mum from the fifth, puff. We hope our selec­tion will help you nav­i­gate the sea of ​​​​fla­vors!

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