Fresh and dried herbs can give a nice twist to a flower arrangement or bouquet. Herbs look and smell amazing and symbolize your needs for every single occasion. In the Victorian era, herbs a bride carried held serious meaning. Make your own meaningful herb bouquets by adding herbs to a couple of flowers for your own special occasion.
Herb Garden bouquet with roses
Large open ivory roses are combined with rosemary for remembrance and sage for a long life. This beautiful bouquet is tied together with a white big charming ribbon.
Photo: Cluney Photography
Mint and floral bouquet
Mint is known for its calming effect and represents virtue. This type of herb fits perfectly in a robust bouquet. In addition, the mint and floral bouquet can make a nervous bride calm.
Photo: w. Scott Chester
Lavender bridal bouquet
A bunch of tall lavender looks pretty, stylish and smells awesome. You can even dry your bouquet and put it somewhere in your house as a wonderful memory of your special day.
Photo: Elizabeth Messina
Hand-picked seasonal herb bouquet
The bridesmaids in this wedding carried seasonal hand-tied bouquets of cosmos, autumn ferns, French lavender, solidago, dill seed heads and pampas grass.
Photo: Mary Mack
Hydrangea and herb bouquet
The bride carried a lush bouquet of hydrangeas, silver leaf and lamb’s ears accented with herbs like mint representing virtue, sage for a long life and thyme representing courage.
Photo: Allyson Magda Photography