Traditionally used in hair wreaths the orange blossom inspires my 'white baked' silver and gold creations.
Arriving to England in the early 1800's, the orange blossom came to symbolise purity and everlasting love. Popularised by Queen Victoria in 1840 when she wore a blossom wreath for her wedding day. For my new bridal range I have paired the blossom with a trailing Ivy, this represents growth and companionship. This collection is a contemporary take on an age old tradition of entwining fresh orange blossoms into a bridal wreath or pinning them to the hair.