At its inception, the bouquet formed part of the wreaths and garlands worn by both the bride and groom. It was considered a symbol of happiness. لعبة قمار اون لاين Originally bridal wreaths and bouquets were made of herbs, which had magical and meaningful definitions for the couple’s future life. في اي نادي يلعب كريستيانو رونالدو Traditional Celtic bouquets included ivy, thistle and heather.
Ancient uses included herbs, not flowers, in bouquets because they felt herbs — especially garlic — had the power to cast off evil spirits (can you imagine walking up the aisle holding a clump of garlic!?). If a bride carried sage (the herb of wisdom) she became wise; if she carried dill (the herb of lust) she became lusty. Flower girls carried sheaves of wheat, a symbol of growth, fertility, and renewal. Later, flowers replaced herbs and took on meanings all their own. Orange blossoms, for example, mean happiness and fertility. الفرق المتاهله في اليورو 2023 Ivy means fidelity; lilies mean purity.