Your signature wedding fragrance probably isn't the first thing you thought of when planning your venue, food, drink, and flowers, but you should approach it with the same relevance. Why? Because you will create a memory that will remind you of even the smallest details of your big day. Pick something special to you. Perhaps having a wedding fragrance isn't at the top of your to-do list, so instead choose an aroma that's one-of-a-kind but still goes with your theme and decor. Much goes into consideration when selecting one, so it's worth mentioning your theme and other decorations when consulting with our scenting experts. Keep scrolling to see ten scents to fragrance your wedding!
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Depending on which part of the year your wedding takes place, you might have a preference between these two versatile aromas. Some might place Champagne Cheers as a Spring and Summer fragrance because of the sweet, citrus, and musk appeal, typically used in warmer weather. On the other hand, some prefer Pomegranate and Sage during Fall and Winter since it has a tart, herbal, and gourmand persona, typically used in cooler weather. Although those are correct statements, they're only partially true.
When it comes to aromatic versatility, look for a fragrance that's well-balanced. This means that the scent profile doesn't lean one way more than any another. For Champagne Cheers, the beauty lies in its combination of sweet, citrus, and musk notes. Since there isn't one of those groups that noticeably overpowers the other, it can be defined as balanced. The same reason applies to Pom and Sage, where the secret is found in the synergy between tart, herbal, and gourmand notes. Not one of them overwhelmingly dominates the others.
In Champagne Cheers:
In Pom and Sage:
Growth, freshness, and rejuvenation. That's the season of Spring summed up in three words. When you book your wedding for this time of the year, that's exactly the vibe you'll get. Rising temperatures and more sun mean flowers will be blooming and hopefully time at the beach. The scent profile of White Tea and Bamboo Leaves is herbal and green, fitting for this time of the year. If you like more fruity and fresh aromas, Blue Ice will be better suited for your wedding. It has more of an an aquatic feel of the two, so if you prefer the oceanic sweetness from the grapefruit and melon, this will be the highlight of your grand entrance.
In White Tea and Bamboo Leaves:
In Blue Ice:
The sun is beating down the heaviest during this part of the year. That is where the aromatic synergy between citrus and sweet green notes is best experienced. The reason for that is simple: the duo is reminiscent of feeling refreshed, much like drinking lemon iced tea on a hot day (imagine 93-degrees Fahrenheit or 34-degrees Celsius). Asian Lily has much of the sweet green component that brings a calming aquatic feel. Conversely, Farina Fragrance Museum retains more of the citrus aspect with a soft sandalwood appeal to make you feel more relaxed. Choosing either one of these for your Summer wedding is a huge win and your guests will be talking about it long after you say "I do."
In Asian Lily:
The cooler weather has started to return as the heat subsides. For this season, we start to layer our clothing and build outfits around pea coats, blazers, jackets, and trench coats. With temperatures dropping, it's time to plan which scents can be used for your wedding without worrying about outerwear. Speakeasy is sophisticated and elegant, both in composition and aromatic appeal. If warm, gourmand fragrances are to your liking, this will be right up your alley. On the other side of that alley lies a fruity and floral hub called Bright Sunshine. It has elements of citrus and flowers with a moderate sandalwood to tame the sweetness.
In Bright Sunshine:
The best thing about having your big day in the Winter is the styling options available to you in attire and decoration. Don't let rain, wind, and snow scare you from having your wedding, they make for beautiful photos! In the frigid weather that this season brings, focus your signature scent on fragrances that have potential to cut through the cold without being too sharp. Allure Noire has a warm and inviting opening that keeps a slight leafy sweetness throughout the dry down. Comfort is almost the opposite, having a creamy vanilla and fruity sweetness from beginning to end. Both are outstanding in Winter and will be the added details in your wedding. We have clients that combined both Allure Noire and Comfort together for their own March wedding in San Diego!
In Allure Noire: