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The Hidden Meanings in Princess Beatrice’s Wedding Flowers – Royal Central

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It was a secret wedding that ended before we even knew it was happening. Princess Beatrice and Edoardo Mapelli Mozzi surprised us all by getting married discreetly in Windsor on July 17th, 2020. The bride and groom emerged from their ceremony under a huge arch of flowers and reflected the shadows in Beatrice’s bouquet. And the flowers the princess wore for her wedding in the Royal Chapel of All Saints in Windsor are full of meaning and beauty.

Beatrice’s bouquet was a medium-sized hand-tied bouquet in pink and cream designed by Patrice Van Helden of RVH Floral Design. It’s very modern and very summery and, according to the language of flowers, so loved by Beatrice’s favorite ancestor, Queen Victoria, very romantic.

The white jasmine in the bouquet means “kindness,” which is always a good start to a marriage, while the wax flower is an increasingly popular choice for bridal bouquets as it symbolizes “lasting success” and a happy wedding. The pink astilbe between the striking flowers means “devotion to a loved one”.

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The sweet peas in this pretty bouquet have many meanings, including “blissful love,” while the traditional myrtle, derived from a plant that dates back to Queen Victoria, means love and has long been a symbol of marriage.

Roses are among the most romantic flowers, but their meaning changes depending on the colors used. Beatrice’s bouquet included O’Hara garden roses, known for their fabulous fragrance and large flowers. The princess chose a pale pink version of this flower for her bridal bouquet, which gives the rose the meaning of “perfect happiness” as well as “grace” and joy ”.

But it is the white roses in Beatrice’s bouquet that are perhaps most symbolic. The porcelain ivory spray roses mean “innocence,” but can also mean “secrecy,” ideal for a wedding that the outside world had no idea would take place until it was over. But above all, for a bride who came to her wedding as Princess Beatrice of York, the white rose is the famous symbol of her family name.

The wedding bouquet became even more important when, according to royal tradition, it was placed on the grave of the Unknown Soldier at Westminster Abbey after the ceremony.

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