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The Best Wedding Perfumes for Every Bride

To have, hold and spritz from this day forth

 
 
When you’re imagining your bridal look, you may have thought of everything from the dress to how your hair will sit under your veil, but have you factored in fragrance? You may not think it but scent is a huge part of your look, and will help you remember the day years from now - especially if you choose one that’s different to your usual spritz. One sniff will transport you back, like magic. This is something luxury fragrance house Jo Malone London knows so well, it offers a Scented Wedding Service to betrothed couples, available online as well as virtually. It starts with an expert asking all sorts of questions about your day, from the venue to the styling, before suggesting some of the fragrances in the range which spans candles and body products as well as its famous colognes. As each of Jo Malone’s scents can be layered, you can choose a combination that fits your wedding perfectly.

Whether you want something for your bridal trousseau or a fresh fragrance for the reception, we’ve rounded up some of the nicest, timeless fragrances for your special occasion below. We’ve grouped our favourite options, new and old, to make finding The One easier than ever.

 

 

Creed, Wind Flowers, £60

 

It's not often Creed launch a new scent, so when they do, we know it's going to be a good one. This ultra feminme scent is made for weddings - it's light, floral and a little sweet. Made up of notes such as Peach, Orange Blossom, Jasmine, Rose and Sandalwood. The staying power? Well, it will see you from the aisle to the dancefloor without needing any top ups. It's subtle but has brilliant longestivity.

Estee Lauder, Beautiful Magnolia Intense, £103

 

 

 

A lively green floral fragrance made up of Mandarin Oil, crisp Violet Leaf Absolute and lively Cardamom Oil. This trio combines with the fresh scent of a Magnolia flower blooming in the early morning. Perfect for a spring or summer wedding

 

 

 

 

Parfams De Marly, Delina, £210

 

 

 

If you could bottle your wedding bouquet scent, it would smell like this fragrance. A light, fruity floral with hints of peach, apricot and lychee. It's ultra feminine with a hint of spice - we love it!

 

 

 

 

Escentric Molecules, £72

 

 

Famously containing one single molecule, this fragrance moulds to your own, creating a unique scent. Reacting to your natural pheromones, don’t be surprised if your first kiss goes on for a little. Too. Long.

 

Chanel Coco Mademoiselle Intense, £124
 

Warm and sexy meets fresh and floral in this best-selling perfume from Chanel. The notes of spicy patchouli, zesty orange, and rose smell delightfully fresh and modern, without being too ~girly~.

 

Tom Ford, Costa Azzura, £117

 

We've found the ultiamte fragrance for you. Smells like all the best bits of Summer, it’s as simple as that. Wear it if you met on holiday and want to remember those magic times, if you’re having a destination wedding, or if you want to bring a little exotic sunshine to a rain-sodden marquee in the English countryside.

 

 

 

 

Chloé Nomade Eau de Parfum Naturelle, £55

 

Floral, as the name suggests, but not at all blousy. It’s vibrant and fresh instead. If your wedding is free-spirited or field-based, this might be your jam. This fagrance is pretty and girly but still powerful, perfect for a bride who wants to stand out but not divide the crowd.

 

 

Penhaligon's, Empressa, £189

 

 

Rose, neroli and amber make up the heart of this fragrance. This gorgeous scent is a complex combination of sweet, citrus and wood. Perfect for a romantic wedding in a French chateaux.

 

 

 

 

Le Labo Santal 33, from £127

 

Smoky, leathery and musky this is NOT a feminine fragrance. Which makes it perfect for a bride who wants to break the mould. A unisex fragrance leaning to the masculine side, your groom may be drawn to it for its familiar notes. Expect a nuzzled neck all day long.

 

 
 
 
Aerin Hibiscus Palm, £99

 

If you prefer to catch flights, not feelings, this exotic, tropical perfume with notes of lotus and hibiscus palm will have you at first spray. Now, just imagine yourself sipping cocktails while watching the sun set instead of sipping bad coffee while sitting on your laptop

 

Floral Street Wonderland Peony Eau De Parfum, £64

 

 

Selfishly, peonies are my all-time favorite flower, so naturally I have no issue smelling like one. Still, even if florals aren’t your thing, don’t be intimidated—this isn’t your typical stuffy, overpowering, floral perfume. It’s incredibly light and pretty, so you’ll only smell like a whisper of peony rather than a scream.

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