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Winchester Cathedral, Hampshire, UK built in 1093 and is one of the largest cathedrals in England, with the longest nave and greatest overall length of any Gothic cathedral in Europe
BRIDE'S BOUQUET IN THE WEDDING SYMBOLIZES HAPPINESS - Page 31 of 57 - Sciliy
The bride threw the bouquet back and forced the flowers to draw a beautiful arc in the air. Those unmarried ladies jumped up and hoped to grab the bouquet. The winner was the next lucky bride. Therefore, the flower has always been a small climax at the wedding, representing the bride and groom and guests to share their joy. This form of ribbon raffle is now common in weddings. Generally, the bride prepares a number of ribbons to hold in the hands. Only one of them is attached to the bouquet…
Hope you all had a lovely weekend? I planned to spend a few hours in the garden, but unfortunately the Weather God's did not smile on Easter. I was really happy I already did some work on Friday, which was bright and sunny. I always cherish these early spring days, when there are not that many people around on the allotment complex and I can enjoy the peace and quiet. The garden is full of flowers. Grape hyacinths, forget-me-nots and primula's cover large part of the front area. Some…
Wedding Flowers - The Symbolism Hiding in Your Bouquet
The flowers you hold when you walk down the aisle are more than just a pretty bunch of blooms. The symbolism of flowers dates back centuries, and each holds it's own special meaning. In fact, many brides will pay close attention to this when they are designing their bouquets and floral arrangements.