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Kate Middleton's hypothetical bouquet

by webdev

March 17, 2011

As the royal wedding between Prince Williams and Kate Middleton inches closer to its April date, many are beginning to speculate about what kind of spring flowers the couple will choose to incorporate during their big day. This especially goes for the bouquet that is sure to be carried by Middleton down the aisle.

One of the top flower types that may be included in the ceremony is white lilies, according to ABC News. The pure and modest color of these beautiful buds carry a certain grace and elegance, but also communicate an understated majesty and energy.

White daffodils may be another popular blossom featured at the wedding, due to the fact that it is the national symbol of Wales and could be considered to be symbolic to Prince Williams' right to the English throne.

"Every traditional royal wedding bouquet will have a sprig of myrtle," industry expert Robert McLaughlin told the news provider. "[This is] a tradition that dates back to Queen Victoria's wedding in 1840."

Middleton and Williams have been dating on and off for years, but Williams popped the question last fall. The wedding is set to take place at the impressive and historical Westminster Abbey.


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