There are several rituals that seal the deal for a wedding such as having a Priest or Rabbi bless the union, exchanging two rings that symbolize commitment through the circle of infinity, and reciting your vows in front of a group of witnesses before the most high. But a few details that add the cherry on top are flowers and candles.
When extending gratitude to all your wedding guests, why not mix the two into one? With an elegant floral scented candle, allow guests to remember the romantic nostalgia of your day with real jasmine petals amidst the top layer of a beautiful white candle. Exclusively handmade, these candles will include an inscribed Mr & Mrs along with your wedding date. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Jasmine Petal Candle
A natural aphrodisiac, their powerful aroma has been scientifically proven to relieve stress, ignite feelings of romance and improve sexual stimulation. Although there are various degrees in which fragrance factories dilute the scent from the flower for perfumery purposes, the scent is always pleasant to the senses. In fact, Jasmine flowers are such a mood enhancer that they help cure insomnia, anxiety, and sharpen mental alertness.
Throughout the internet, one can google the fact that Jasmine Flowers symbolize royalty for several reasons: Not only are they the national flower of THREE different places around the world including Pakistan, Indonesia, and The Philippines, but these white petal beauties are placed at the front of wedding chapels to bless newly wedded couples in marriage.
Jasmine Scented Souvenirs
It’s no wonder that brides adorn jasmine flowers throughout their hair or hold a bouquet of them when walking down the aisle. Jasmine flowers represent love, sensuality, and vitality, giving an extra zest of life to a blooming relationship. Hence, for weddings, anniversary parties and/or romantic dinners, having jasmine flowers or jasmine scented candles add the perfect touch for an impressive evening.
White Dress, White Flowers, And White Candles
The white flower, Jasmine, is most popular amongst weddings because of its rich history associated with love and romance.