The Nuptial Bouquet by Atkinsons Perfume. The Nuptial Bouquet is an aqueous woody-floral, distinctly feminine perfume.
As its name suggest, the fragrance was directly inspired by the flowers that Queen Victoria chose to carry down the aisle during her wedding to Prince Albert. The top notes are brisk with violet leaves and sweet myrtle, while the warm heart is a powdery, soothing blend of lily of the valley and clean white musk. The base notes are a smooth accord of white sandalwood and light
amber, producing a clean finish that lingers without being overpowering. Sophisticated, graceful and understated yet compelling, this fragrance is perfect for the woman of taste and subtle whimsy.
This venerable London perfume house was established by James Atkinson in 1799. The company eventually became the official perfumer for the English Royal court as well as international aristocracy. Today Atkinsons creates exquisite modern colognes inspired by a fine British tradition. Fragrances are designed and created in collaboration with perfumers Violaine Collas, Maurice Roucel, Christine Nagel, Fabrice Pellegrin, Francis Deleamont, Benoist Lapousa and Amandine Clerc-Marie.