The Empowering Message of Flowers
The Victorian era offered many different aspects of expression.
One of these has to do with flower messages. A Posy or a Nosegay (also known a bouquet) was often given. The message they held made these a special gift.
Every British royal bride since 1858 has carried a sprig of myrtle — the “herb of love” — in her wedding bouquet. The tradition started when Queen Victoria was gifted a posy of myrtle flowers by Prince Albert’s grandmother in 1845.
The question is, “What is the meaning behind the Myrtle flower being in a posy?”
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