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THE MOST FAMOUS WEDDING FRAGRANCES OF ALL TIME

THE MOST FAMOUS WEDDING FRAGRANCES OF ALL TIME

Choosing a perfume for your big day may be the last thing on your mind about your wedding. 

So how does one truly find fragrance inspiration in a pinch? Allow us to turn your attention to the stars (and the royals, of course).

Hopefully, it's just the inspiration you need to make a scent memory on your special day. 

Here’s a list of fragrances worn by all our favorites. Below, see the famous perfume that left an unforgettable scent down the wedding chapel aisle.

 

Audrey Hepburn

For her second turn as a bride, Hepburn wore a pale pink funnel-neck minidress made by her friend Hubert de Givenchy. She paired the stunning look with a bespoke Givenchy fragrance that the star's favorite designer and collaborator created for her in 1957.

GIVENCHY L'Interdit Eau de Parfum Spray

Initially launched in 1957, L'Interdit was a floral-powder scent. The 2018 reboot contains a floral woody composition. However, both the bottle and the fragrance stay true to the origin.

The scent features top notes of pear and bergamot. Middle notes of tuberose, Orange Blossom, and Jasmine Sambac and base notes of patchouli, vanilla, ambroxan, and vetiver round out the fragrance.

 

Princess Diana

Diana's make-up artist, Barbara Daly, recounted in Rosalind Coward's book, Diana: The Portrait, that the soon-to-be princess spilled some of her Quelques Fleurs perfume on her Emanuel bridal gown on the morning of the wedding. To hide the stain, the bride tucked the front of the dress. Smart move!

Houbigant Quelques Fleurs Eau de Parfum

Originally launched in 1912, Quelques Fleurs by Houbigant Paris is a vivid scene with a rich history. It was relaunched by request in 1988 for a new generation of appreciative wearers.

The fragrance features top notes of greens, bergamot, and orange blossom with middle notes of rose, jasmine, tuberose, and lily-of-the-valley. Finally, base notes include sandalwood, oakmoss, amber, and musk to complete the scent.

 

Kate Middleton

What Kate Wore Founder Susan Kelley says is that the Duchess of Cambridge wore White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum floral fragrance by the boutique British perfumier.

White Gardenia Petals by Illuminum

The scent features top notes of pear and bergamot. Middle notes of tuberose, Orange Blossom, and Jasmine Sambac—plus base notes of patchouli, vanilla, ambroxan, and vetiver—round off the scent.

 

Kate Moss

While Kate Moss never revealed the fragrance she wore at her wedding, she did once divulge in an interview that Serge Lutens fruity-floral was one of her favorite perfumes.

Serge Lutens Fleur d'Oranger Eau de Parfum Spray

Launched in 2003, Fleurs d'Oranger is a sweet unisex fragrance that boasts orange blossom, white jasmine, and Tuberose notes. With an ultra-complex nature, the ever-changing perfume is highlighted with a hint of citrus and enhanced with wisps of warm spice.

 

Meghan Markle 

According to Hello Magazine, Meghan wore a bespoke fragrance by the Queen's perfumer Floris London.

Bergamotto di Positano Eau de Parfum by Floris London

Created in 2015, this genderless aroma is for everyone. The fragrance consists of top notes like bergamot, sea notes, and mandarin orange. The middle notes are vanilla, green tea, orange blossom, and ginger, and the base notes include vanilla, amber, spices, woodsy notes, and ambrette (musk mallow). 

 

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