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20 Herbs (And Their Meanings) To Add To Your Wedding Bouquet

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20 Herbs (And Their Meanings) To Add To Your Wedding Bouquet

Thinking of including herbs in your wedding bouquet? Consider any one of these, each of which has a special meaning and can add a special touch of natural beauty.

  1. Bee Balm: Compassion, Sweet Virtues
  2. Calendula: Health, Joy
  3. Chives: Usefulness
  4. Dill: Good Spirits
  5. Fennel: Strength
  6. Lamb’s Ear: Support
  7. Lavender: Love, Protection, Happiness
  8. Lemon Verbena: Unity, Purification
  9. Marjoram: Protection, Love, Health
  10. Mint: Strength, Protection
  11. Myrtle: Healing
  12. Oregano: Joy
  13. Parsley: Festivity
  14. Peppermint: Warmth
  15. Rosemary: Remembrance, Fidelity
  16. Sage: Wisdom, Long Life
  17. Thyme: Energy, Thriftiness
  18. Verbena: Pure, Trusted
  19. Wormwood: Affection & Protection
  20. Yarrow: Courage

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